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When Trying To Copy Cd, Dvd, Or Data...roxio Will Not Accept Blank Dvds


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I'm using a Dell Studio 1735 and Vista. I've copied music CDs using Roxio Creator DE without any problems; but if I go to make a data disc or DVD, when it comes time to put in the blank disc (usually DVD+R...and I've tried different brands) I get an error message that I must use compatible disc. On the list is the DVD+Rs and I've checked that I did have too much data exceding the available space. Not really sure what to try next or why this is happening? Any help/information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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You posted in the Roxio Creator NXT forum but state you are using something you call Roxio Creator DE. Can you post exactly what program you have so that you post can be moved to the correct forum.

 

Please explain exactly what you are trying to copy to a DVD. Data, video, audio? What is the source? You can of course not copy a CD to a DVD or a DVD to a CD.

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I'm using a Dell Studio 1735 and Vista. I've copied music CDs using Roxio Creator DE without any problems; but if I go to make a data disc or DVD, when it comes time to put in the blank disc (usually DVD+R...and I've tried different brands) I get an error message that I must use compatible disc. On the list is the DVD+Rs and I've checked that I did have too much data exceding the available space. Not really sure what to try next or why this is happening? Any help/information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

 

Are you burning new or copying a disc?

 

If your copying a disc is it a DVD -R?

 

If so that could be the message about compatible media.

 

If copying use the same type of disc, if the source disc is a -R use a -R as the destination..

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