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Depending on your system specs, it might take several hours to create a DVD. How did you halt the process, and was anything burned on the disc when you look at the burn side?

 

Have you tried 'burning' to either a disc image file or a DVD file set on the hard drive, rather than to a DVD disc?

Doing it this way separates the process of building and rendering the movie, from the process of burning it to plastic. That makes it easier to see what might be going wrong.

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I have burned DVD's in the past ... took about an hour.

 

A few days ago, I re-installed everything on a new hard disk. Now does not burn at all ... never starts burning. I tried this a second time after re-booting ... same result.

 

How does one burn to a DVD file?

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To answer a lot of your questions, we need more information on your computer.

 

Please do a Windows dxdiag.exe test of your computer, save the results (option at bottom of the dxdiag windows) and then attach the txt file generated. Do not post the entire txt file. It is very long.

 

When you reply, select "more reply options" and below where you enter your text, there is an attach file option

 

Don't you think the new hard drive was an important thing to mention in all your recent posts? Did you clone your old hard drive or did you reinstall everything including your drivers and needed firmware (for your optical devices)?

 

In other posts, your were asking about selective install. If you tried that, you probably screwed up your registry. I am surprised that anything works.

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I discovered the problem ... I did not see the "Attach this file" button.

 

Finally !

 

You video card/chip is crap ! Update the drivers for it here.

 

Does Windows see your burner if you go to Device Manager? If it does, look at CDANTEEK's signature item #7 and reinstall/update the pxengine.

 

Please follow the direction exactly, you haven't instilled much confidence with us.

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A different DVD burner is correct. My previous one died ... used one from an older computer when I re-installed the operating system.

 

I updated as you recommended ... no difference ... the DVD never starts burning. The newest DxDiag is attached.

 

 

Download this file and load it in Roxio just like the files that fail to burn.

 

Download Clip: dayaftertomorrow_trailer.zip

 

Click here to start the download ...

 

Does it burn to a DVD disc?

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