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I just purchased Creator NXT Pro2 to be used with Windows 8. When I attempted to burn on "MYDVD" the burn button is grayed out. How can I solve this problem?

 

You will have to add a bit more information then "the burn button is grayed out". Perhaps explain exactly what you are trying to do and how you are doing it.

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Hello,

 

Please tell us if you're working under 32-bit or 64-bit Windows 8, and what the "disk ID" of your drive is. [Well, tell us what your drive make/model is].

 

When the burn to disc button is greyed out, are you getting some sort of message from the software claiming the drive is empty?

 

In MyDVD you can burn to a disc image or ISO instead of a plastic disc [uncheck and check the appropriate boxes in the burn dialog]. Later you can "Burn Disc Image" to burn that ISO to plastic disc. While the action of burning straight to disc in MyDVD doesn't work, does the two-step workaround of making an ISO and then later burning it work for you?

 

Regards,

Brendon

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I must confess a real goof on my part which is the reason the burn to disc button was grayed out. In my stack of new "BLANK" disks a used disk had somehow made its way into the stack. So.....the disk I was using was not blank.....thus the error. I inserted a blank disk.........and guess what....it works! Thank-you very much for responding to help. By the way....I'm working under a 64-bit windows 8.

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