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Okay - so here we go.....if I waste one more disk on this program not finishing or having some kind of unknown error in writing to the disk after it's been at 97% for over an hour....I'm going to scream!

 

I have Roxio Easy VHS to DVD 3 Plus

Build: 301B37A ENU

 

System: Win 7 Ultimate 32-bit

INtel Core 2 Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40GHz 2.39GHz

RAM: 3GB

 

Is there a patch, update/upgrade (FOR FREE, ROXIO) that will end this additional stress?!?!?! A different build that can be loaded? Some type of suggestion (other than screaming at this thing)?

 

Thanks!

K

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I ABSOLUTELY JUST DON'T BELIEVE IT - even the "Repair" feature hangs and refuses to move !! Give me a break - this is ridiculous! Uninstall - here we come.

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Okay - so here we go.....if I waste one more disk on this program not finishing or having some kind of unknown error in writing to the disk after it's been at 97% for over an hour....I'm going to scream!

 

I have Roxio Easy VHS to DVD 3 Plus

Build: 301B37A ENU

 

System: Win 7 Ultimate 32-bit

INtel Core 2 Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40GHz 2.39GHz

RAM: 3GB

 

Is there a patch, update/upgrade (FOR FREE, ROXIO) that will end this additional stress?!?!?! A different build that can be loaded? Some type of suggestion (other than screaming at this thing)?

 

Thanks!

K

 

You have supplied no useful information whatsoever so how do you expect anybody to help you? " Hangs at 97%" is not informative.

 

Are capturing direct to DVD,to your hard drive? How long is your "capture" in time?

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You have supplied no useful information whatsoever so how do you expect anybody to help you? " Hangs at 97%" is not informative.

 

Are capturing direct to DVD,to your hard drive? How long is your "capture" in time?

 

Have tried BOTH ways - direct to disc and "recording" first then trying to burn to disk. Tried DVD-R, DVD+R and even DVD+R DL. There's nothing more to say than it hangs for over an hour at 97% complete then indicates there was a problem with writing the to the disk. How about ASKING me what you need to know to help - if I knew the exact issue or what information was needed to get someone to help, I wouldn't be here talking about it.

 

It will sit at 97% STUCK NOT MOVING for over an hour - this has been repeated several times because the error message indicates a problem writing to the disk. Moves along fairly quickly until it gets to 97% then nothing.

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I can appreciate your frustration but you need to dial it down a notch or two ;)

 

The hang at 97% is normally seen in the Creator Suite and I don't recall seeing it before in the EVD's???

 

Your processor tells us little about your PC and Video Card/Chip... All the suites rely on the Video Card/Chip for processing ~ key things to check on your end is that you have not strayed from the factory settings on either your CPU or your GPU!!! (NO tinkering allowed :lol:)

 

Still like to know your full specs as the majority of users grossly overestimate their machine when looking at the minimums required...

 

It is also possible that your file is corrupt. Not likely if you captured it but possible is you got it any place else <_<

 

Lastly you WILL have to do a proper repair and I am going to give you the steps for a more extensive one:

 

Unplug your Roxio Video Capture Device and put it aside until you are completely finished.

 

Download and install the
Uninstaller. Then run it in
Moderate Mode
to remove any traces of Roxio.

 

Then turn off your Anti Virus, Firewalls, Registry Cleaners, etc.

 

Now insert your Roxio Disc.

 

Be sure you accept the offer to Check for Updates (this is for Roxio, not Windows)

 

When the Install competes, turn your AV & Firewall back on and reboot.

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Which disc menu template are you using if you are using one? Have you tried not using a menu?

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