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When I go to burn to a DVD, I keep getting an error message - one is you should defrag your disk and then burn to an disc image file or a folder set. I did the defrag and tried the burn to the disc image file and to the folder set. Didn't help. Still won't finish the encoding. Any ideas?

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When I go to burn to a DVD, I keep getting an error message - one is you should defrag your disk and then burn to an disc image file or a folder set. I did the defrag and tried the burn to the disc image file and to the folder set. Didn't help. Still won't finish the encoding. Any ideas?

 

How large is your disk and how much free space is on that disk?

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The disc size is 8.5GB and the file shows 45+ minutes remaining on the disc.

 

 

I keep getting an error message - one is you should defrag your disk and then burn to an disc image file or a folder set.

 

Disk = the one your operating system is on in your PC.

 

Disc = media your burning to in a DVD/CD/RW Drive

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I did defrag the disk and tried to burn to a disc image file and a folder set at different times. Each time would receive the error message. 8004520c. The instructions were to defrag and burn to these files/folders instead of the disc.

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I did defrag the disk and tried to burn to a disc image file and a folder set at different times. Each time would receive the error message. 8004520c. The instructions were to defrag and burn to these files/folders instead of the disc.

 

How much free space on your disk (hard drive)? How long in time is your project?

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And the question about the full message? You computer does not meet the minimum requirements for this program. You will find it very slow and will probably crash often. Here are the minimum requirements :For data burning and copy, audio capture and editing: Intel® 1.6GHz Pentium 4 Processor or AMD equivalent, 1GB RAM. For video or photo editing, conversion and playback, Intel Pentium 4 2GHz processor or AMD equivalent and 2GB RAM. Multi-core processor highly recommended. Your is 1.8 GHz dual core. Combine that with a video chip that is woefully out of date and you will have many issues. Go here (link) and let the site detect and upgrade you video diver. That might help. Sorry about the format of this message. I'm at someone else's computer and the return (paragraph) key doesn't seem to work ! Let us know what happens AFTER you update the video chip driver.

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