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Will Not Burn Dvd


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I am using infinity discs, writable DVD+R DL and having no problem with the discs elsewhere but this program. I am on a Dell with plenty of storage 240 gigs, 1 meg of ram and the dell is a 2.2 mhz, so no probs there.....my difficulty is after copying a movie, usually 2 + hours, I get a file ok, but then in trying to burn to the DVD I either get a error message not able to burn to media, or after a couple of hours I end up with another coffee platter. I have noticed the file shows up as a windows player file, should that be the case? I need help, lotsa movies to copy and I am running out of discs. Incidentally I have never had problems with these discs with other programs.... Thanks, WD

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Who makes discs for this Infinity? (there is NO manufacture of that name)

 

I would really suspect your media as the issue followed by your Burner or even the 2 combined <_<

 

The fact that they have worked in the past is not too relevant for they do deteriorate over time.

 

Of course the pain of DL Discs is that no one ever made an RW so you have to burn one to test it :huh:

 

About all you can try is to get a different brand - hint: Verbatim (Singapore) or and Taiyo Yuden (JVC) are the only thing you should ever let into your house ;)

 

Make absolutely sure that the burning is the only thing going on with that PC during a burn.

 

Windows file associations have no meaning! Any user can set them to anything you want them be.

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