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How To Burn Windows Setup Disc Into DVD Disc?

Q: How To Burn Windows Setup Disc Into DVD Disc?

May some1 tell me how to burn windows setup disc into dvd disc?

Cauz everytime i try it doesnt work and it keep asking a blank dvd disc when is blank. And when i insert my dvd disc. It freezes at "My Computer" when i try to check D: which is where the blank dvd is located

And when i try to burn it into a dvd disc

It says asking to erase data in the disc. but is a completely brand new and blank dvd disc. It says " Error Erasing Media"

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A: How To Burn Windows Setup Disc Into DVD Disc?

Setup disk? I'm not sure I understand. What, exactly, are you trying to burn to DVD?

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So, I haven't had any problems before, but now I just don't know what's happening. Let's say I take a few songs and try to burn them onto a blank Memorex CD-R disc. Once all files were burned to the disc, I could listen to it anywhere. But now, I can't unless the radio/CD player has the MP3 capability. On my old boombox, it skips the songs, until it just stops. But when I put the CD onto a computer or my dad's CD player, it works fine. How can I make it work everywhere else?

By the way, didn't know where exactly to post this, which is why I posted it here.

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Is it safe to burn a W7 installation ISO image using the 'exact copy' option, meaning making an exact duplicate from an already existing CD. Or is it safer to burn a CD from the original ISO file? Wouldn't the 'exact copy' option have higher chances for data corruption, especially since it is a boot/installation CD?

A:Is it safe to Burn an exact copy of Windows 7 Installation Disc

I'm not sure of your questions. The official .iso file is an exact copy of the disc in file form. Whether you copy the original disc or make a disc from the original .iso file, you should end up with the same thing. I'd probably opt for the .iso file, because the burn would go faster, but that's the only difference.

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I'm not sure if this is the right section but here's the problem:

Yesterday I tried to burn a folder containing pictures (about 650 MB worth) and a few WordPad files onto a brand new blank CD-RW disc (with 700 MB of space). using the Mastered format. When I tried burning the files to disc, I got a message saying "There was an error burning this disc. It might no longer be usable". I tried using another blank disc and got the same error. I also tried using an older CD-R disc that still had plenty of room on it and I still got the same error.

I also tried burning just the pictures and not the files and got the same error.

I then tried to burn just the files and not the pictures. This time it worked. I was able to burn the WordPad files to the disc but not the pictures.

Any ideas why this is happening? I was able to burn pictures onto a blank disc just 2 weeks ago without any problems, but now it won't work.

I'm using a Toshiba Satellite laptop with Windows Vista Basic
 

A:Solved: I can't burn pictures to disc but I can burn files

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How do I make a Window 7 x64 Ultimate Install Disk using my Windows x64 Pro Disk? I read somewhere that the four versions of Windows 7 x64 (Starter, Home, Pro and Ultimate) are all on the Setup DVD you buy, the difference is only in the Setup.ins and boot pictures?

I want to make a Slip-streamed Setup DVD for Ultimate. How? Thanks, Donald

A:Make Window 7 x64 Ultimate Install Disc using Windows x64 Pro Disc

Windows 7 Universal Installation Disc - Create

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im stuck on what to do. i have been without an os for 3 days now. i am currently using my playstation 3 which is no good i want my vista back. so when i go to install it gives me the error " windows cannot be installed to this disc. the selected disc is of the gpt partition style". i have followed some instructions to diskpart. but after ive seletced my disk and i press enter then type clean and press enter, i dont actually know if it has done anything or doing anything. i cant type anything else after that as it says to type exit in the instructions after typing clean, but it simply wont let my type it. so im hoping someone can shed some light on to this problem for me as ive been stuck for 3 days now and i really am at my last teather with this machine its about to be thrown out the window.

A:windows cannot install to disc the selected disc is gpt partition style

download gparted and then format your disc. or download linux and format your disc

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Working on a spiffy e-machine with Windows Vista Home Basic that runs pretty well.
After reading multiple posts where the advice usually begins with suggesting a 'boot disc' or a 'recovery disc', I guess what I'm looking to find out is:
1) what is the difference between a boot disc and a recovery disc?
2) How do I go about making one on this machine (or if I even can)? << I did read through Grinler's tutorials regarding System Restore points and all that seems to in good order. But I guess I'm not sure on the relationship between that and my post (or if there even is one).
3) a best practice regarding these type of discs
I don't have any pressing issues at this time, but I also don't want to wait until I do.
Everything I've learned here at BC has been so great & helpful, I would like to stay on that path, so any links/apps/ideas/suggestions and/or insights would be greatly appreciated.
Winterland

A:Boot Disc, Recovery Disc, Frisbee Disc

1) what is the difference between a boot disc and a recovery disc?

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Working on a spiffy e-machine with Windows Vista Home Basic that runs pretty well.

After reading multiple posts where the advice usually begins with suggesting a 'boot disc' or a 'recovery disc', I guess what I'm looking to find out is:
1) what is the difference between a boot disc and a recovery disc?
2) How do I go about making one on this machine (or if I even can)? << I did read through Grinler's tutorials regarding System Restore points and all that seems to in good order. But I guess I'm not sure on the relationship between that and my post (or if there even is one).
3) a best practice regarding these type of discs
I don't have any pressing issues at this time, but I also don't want to wait until I do.

Everything I've learned here at BC has been so great & helpful, I would like to stay on that path, so any links/apps/ideas/suggestions and/or insights would be greatly appreciated.
Winterland

A:Boot Disc, Recovery Disc, Frisbee Disc

1) what is the difference between a boot disc and a recovery disc?Boot disk vs recovery disk. Let me see if I can phrase that in a way that makes some sense.A recovery disc is a generic term for the disk or media containing a backup of the original factory condition or a specified condition of a computer as configured by the original equipment manufacturer or an end-user. OEM supplied recovery media is sometimes shipped with some computers to allow the user to reformat the hard drive and reinstall the operating system and pre-loaded software as it was when it was shipped. This is not as common a practice today as it was in the past. I won't confuse the issue, but google recovery partition for more information.A boot disk is a removable data storage medium, i.e. DVD or flash drive from which a computer can load and run 'boot' an operating system or utility program. The computer must have an installed program or application which will load and execute a program or application from the boot disk. This will enable you to boot an otherwise unusable machine to be able to troubleshoot the OS or non-working application as necessary.Hope that gives you a better idea of the difference.As to how to create a boot disk? I will let more knowledgeable staff or members assist you.

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Alrighty, so let's just say I dont know TOO much about computers, let alone fixing them.
But I do know for a fact that I CANNOT afford to take it anywhere! So please help!!
It starts out like this: Turn on my laptop, and I hear 3 loud beeps, then it goes directly to a black screen that says "Could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt: \windows\system 32\config\system You can attempt to repair by starting windows setup using the original setup cd and select "R" at first screen to begin repair.

Okay first things first: Where can i download the disc? And can i download it to a external flash drive because my desktop computer I want to download it from doesnt burn cd's and the laptop im repairing doesnt have a floppy drive.

Second: what do i do from there, and what steps do i take?

THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!

oh and if it matters, my laptop is a HP Pavillion dv5000

A:Getting and installing windows setup disc for laptop...HELP!

Take a read: How to recover from a corrupted registry that prevents Windows XP from starting - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/307545.<>For users who don't have a MX XP CD, the following allows creation of a bootable CD which contains the XP Recovery Console: How to Create a Bootable XP Recovery Console CD - http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/276527/how-to-create-a-bootable-xp-recovery-console-cd/ Additional info that may be useful: How to successfully burn or write an ISO-image to cd or dvd - http://iso.snoekonline.com/iso.htm.You might also check the documentation for your system...and see if there are other repair options available.LouisThe bootable CD can be burned on any working system, the download is available from any system with Internet access.

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Hi,

First of all I'll start with system;

Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-G31M-ES2L iG31 Socket 775
HDD: WD 500GB SATAII 16mb cache
RAM: Crucial 2 x 2GB DDR2 800MHz/PC2-6400
CPU: Dual Core E2200 2.2ghz
Graphics: Nvidia 9500gt
OS: XP SP3

I'm trying to upgrade from XP to 7 but the screen freezes just after it says "Starting Windows" on the green/blue screen. I can still move the mouse around but nothing happens, I've waited for up to 30 minutes now! I know it's not the disc as I formatted my laptop with this yesterday.

Does anyone have any ideas?

Thanks in advance.

A:[SOLVED] Windows 7 Disc Freeze During Setup

Hi is this a upgrade disc or full version if the former then this may help you
Upgrading from Windows XP to Windows 7 - Help & How-to - Microsoft Windows

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Hi there, I have two laptops - a new one with Win 7 HP 32bit and an old one with Win 7 HP 64 bit

The new one with Win 7 HP 32bit came with 4gb of ram which is a bit silly since 32bit Win 7 HP can only use 3gb of that, but from what I understand, the serial on the underside can also be used to activate the 64bit version, which would recognise all the ram

Now, even though I've paid for two Win 7 HP licenses, I don't actually have a Win 7 disc, only the factory reset discs (which I had to burn myself when I first turned on the computer - which is pretty shocking really!!!)

But I digress. Is there any way Win 7 HP 64bit on my new laptop WITHOUT paying for it (again) I know XP let you make custom (slipstreamed) XP discs from installations but I can't find a way to do it in Win 7

A:Creating a Windows 7 HP disc from a pre-installed setup

Welcome to SevenForums.

Since your 32bit HP laptop is a brand new one, I would suggest that you contact HP and query whether they will be kind enough to send you a 64bit Recovery Disk for your model. If they oblige, there is nothing like that and your problem will be solved in one nice stroke. ( I have read atleast one post, where HP had done that.)

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Sony VAIO VPCEA1S1E, Intel Core i3 330M 2.13GHz, 4GB, 500GB, DVD?RW, WLAN, BT, Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit (I think)

Got a call from a friend about her laptop not starting up anymore after she downloaded a movie from tpb. She was able to watch the movie without problems and then shut the laptop down. When she tried to start it up again, the screen kept hanging infinitely in the blue windows screen with the background where your account and password should be entered.

Tried booting it in safe mode, with networking options or cmd, to no avail. Made a repair disc and burned an image to a DVD to try and repair windows, doesn't work either. However, with this one I got it to setup is starting (left it on all night, still stayed there). I'm perfectly able to get in to the BIOS and can also get into advanced startup options. Tried almost every one of 'em, all with the same result.

These include: Repair Your Computer, Safe Mode, Safe Mode with Networking, Safe Mode with Command Prompt, Enable Boot Logging, Last Known Good Configuration (advanced), Directory Services Restore Mode, Debugging Mode...
I would want to recover her files since her thesis and other work related stuff is on that HDD, but since it keeps hanging in the blue windows screen I can't get any further with this.
Suggestions anyone? Thanks in advance!

A:Windows 7 stuck in setup after repair with disc

  
Quote: Originally Posted by Unl1m1teD



I would want to recover her files since her thesis and other work related stuff is on that HDD, but since it keeps hanging in the blue windows screen I can't get any further with this.




Recovering files appears to be your highest priority.
1) Using another PC you can download a light weight linux distro such as Puppy linux and burn the ISO to a CD
http://puppylinux.org/main/Long-Term...ed%20Puppy.htm
2) boot the laptop to the Puppy linux CD from your BIOS options
3) see if you can browse for files/folders
4) if you can then connect a usb external HDD or flash drive and copy files/folders to it

Note you will need to click on the drives shown at the bottom of the linux window to mount them. Also the drive names won't refer to their Windows letter. To burn the ISO use the Windows inbuilt or a free program like ImgBurn.

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Hello all....I am trying to fix my brother-n-laws laptop and I do not have the setup disc to reinstall windows xp home .

This is the message when you start the laptop:
"windows could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt: \WINDOWS\SYSTEM\vgaoem.fon"

It's a Dell Inspiron 8200

Any help would be great.

Thanks,
Stacy
 

A:Help! Lost Setup disc\Windows\System\vgaoem.fon

You'll need the CD to recover the file. If the machine didn't come with one, you may need to restore the machine to factory condition using your recovery partition.
 

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Windows ME Computer has a CD-ROM in it, which shoud be able to read data from a disc. If I put in a data disc and go to my computer, it shows the D drive with the little disc and music notes by the disc. When you doubleclick it to open the CD it takes you right to windows media player. No matter what you do it always opens windows media player. I am helping a co worker of my wife with this computer. They must have had it working at one time cause they have games in the computer that probabaly came from discs. anyway, why does it bring up windows media all the time, why does it show the musical notes beside the disc in my computer? how can I get it to read a data disc? I removed her CD-ROM and hooked up an old burner I had and it installed and worked right away. I went to mycomputer and it showed the D drive with the disc but this time without the musical notes, I doubleclicked it and it brought up the data on the disc I had in right away with no problem. So, my question is, I will have to take my CD-Burner out of her computer and put hers back in. How can I get hers to see a data disc and not just a music disc? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
 

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Hi everyone, I have been struggling with trying to burn an ISO image to a CD-R disc, but I actually have a few questions about backing up audio CDs in general. It would be great if you could help with one or all of them.
 
I recently created a playable DVD by burning an ISO image onto a blank DVD using iSkysoft DVD creator, and that worked fine when I played it in a DVD player. So I thought the quickest way to create a playable CD (without losing any sound quality) would be to burn an ISO image to a CD-R. So I tried to do this using MagicISO, following the steps in the following tutorial:
http://www.magiciso.com/tutorials/miso-burnwin.htm
I made sure I finalized the disc, but it still would not play in a CD player.
 
Then I tried to see if I could burn the ISO to the CD-R without any additional software (I have Windows 10), so I went to Windows File Explorer and pasted the ISO image to the CD/DVD drive. I was then told I had files waiting to be burned, but I could not see how to burn them (I’m sure I saw a “burn” option somewhere, but now I cannot find it - right clicking on the file in the CD/DVD drive didn't seem to help).
 
Now I used to create playable CDs from mp3s using Windows Media Player about ten years ago (I’m sure things were simpler back then!) so I tried to do this instead (except I used wav files so as to preserve the sound quality), but Windows Media Player told me it could not burn the files, presumably because one of my... Read more

A:How do I burn an ISO to a CD-R disc?

I thought the quickest way to create a playable CD (without losing any sound quality) would be to burn an ISO image to a CD-R.An ISO image of what?https://support.microsoft.com/en-au/help/15062/windows-burn-rip-cds

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OK, well I have a movie that I need to burn onto a disc. Two movies actually, but the thing is, I burned one movie onto a TDK DVD+R disc, and it worked fine. But the second movie I need to burn, I used a disc called memorex DVD+RDL. And the problem is that the burning process doesn't work on this disc.

I tried to burn a movie, and when it got to 99.9 %, it gave me an error(yes, it was very frustrating, I was about to go punch the wall). The error just said that there is an error. I tried to burn the first movie I burned on a new memorex blank disc but the same thing happened.

So, did I buy a bad disc or something? Or is there a certain program I need to use with this type of disc. I used the Windows DVD maker by the way.
 

A:Won't burn onto disc

Have you had this issue before with Memorex on this burner? For some reason certain burners don't do well with certain brands of disks.

I had a burner that loved Imation but did not burn with Memorex. But now I have burners that do excellent with Memorex.

I have a Sony CD player that plays burned Memorex without a hitch but will not play of all things a Sony burned CD. Talk about your irony.

It is like anything concerning PC tech, et.al: There are quirks everywhere including burners and CD/DVD blank disks.
 

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I have tried a few applications to burn MP3's onto CD's to play in my DVD player (which supports MP3 discs), but I have very bad luck with the process. I'm able to jam a hundred songs on a disc and it burns it fine but I can't get it to play in any DVD players that say they support MP3 CD's.
I got it to work once and it was pretty cool, allowed me to browse through the folders I had the different songs in, but that disc rarely works and now I can't get one to work.
Any suggestions on disc maker, program, or process?
Thanks,
JTN

I'm running a Vaio, 3Ghz, DVD+-RW/CD-RW, using Memorex 52x CD-R
 

A:burn an mp3 disc?

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I was asked to do the video for a local workshop; my job was to record, edit, burn, and distribute to the participants. The woman running it sent me the DVDs she wanted the video to be put on.

I'm pretty sure the DVDs came with a physical DRM already on them; I can see a stripe burned on each one. None of my programs even recognize them as writable discs. Is there a special program I can use to write to these (preferably one that doesn't cost a fortune)?

A:Trying to burn to a disc with DRM already on it

Not sure I understand you exactly but ..

Blank Discs do not have any form of DRM. DRM will only be found on commercial DVD videos.

If they are re-writeable, you may need to erase the disc first if it already contains content. But, again, there should be no DRM.


It could be a issue that your DVD/Bluray burner doesnt like the particular brand of media.

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Since a while ago, my burning device stop working. The only thing that it can do is read CD's and DVD's but I can't burn anything. I did a diag test. This is the results:Failure ID: RLPB3T-74087MFPV61-6HPV03Product ID: F4G87LA#ABM

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Edited vacation video with Movie Maker,have wmvfile on PC.Try to burn it to CD or DVD,I get"There is no disc in the drive".Have used 2different prgms to burn,same response.D drive plays any other CD.Ideas pls??Thx,Doug (Moderator edit: added explanatory topic description. jgweed)

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Ive got a vid ... made in photostage.... a slide show 400 meg AVI

ONLY 27 mins long,

why am I having so much grief just trying to put it onto disc

I ve tried... mainly with dvd flick and others .....

I complete the disc, take it to my lite dvd player and get.... we do not support this format etc

Im using a laptop windows 7
 

A:burn avi vid to disc

Have you tried Windows DVD Maker ????
 

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I want to burn a ubuntu ISO disc. what would be good software to use to to that.?

I have windows XP
 

A:burn an ISO disc

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Hello, I burned a successful ISO with windows and it verified but I often read that Image burn is the way to go with ISO burns, should I burn one with that software as well and is there any difference?

Thank you

A:Disc image with windows or should i burn with with image burn.

ImgBurn is a high quality program, but the larger point is whether or not the ISO burned with Windows will do what you want it to do. If yes, I'd probably just go with it, although there's no reason not to have a duplicate copy if it's really important stuff.

I wouldn't rely on "verification". If you want to know if it works, try using it for its intended purpose, whatever that is.

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Hello!
I have a new Dell Inspiron 620MT with Windows 7 and have just run the Setup procedures. This included the creation of 3 DVD's for Recovery Disks. My hard drive has 33 GB of content as delivered, including Microsoft Office Home and Business and several "freebies" Dell includes. The setup told me my 3 DVD's include 10.88GB, I "think" but am not sure Setup told me it was using compression to load the DVD's.
What is the content of these 3 DVD's, please? I've called Dell multiple times and get conflicting, contradictory and changing answers to my question? I am wondering if it is ONLY Windows 7 or is it some partial or complete set of everything on my hard drive?
Unrelated, Dell support sent me a flash drive of Windows 7 restore software that is "bootable." I looked at it and it contains only 4GB. That is why I am thinking there may be more content on the 3 DVD's 10.88 GB.
I simply want to know what I have as a base in the way of backup BEFORE I migrate everything from my 7 year very old Dell Dimension 3000.
Thank you to whoever can help me move forward.

Askquestions59
 

A:Solved: Windows 7: Recovery Disc Content when created by Dell Inspiron setup

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Hi,
I am having a problem with my DVD hardware. Every time I put a disc in and open it in Explorer I get I a popup asking me to burn a disc (image file attached). I've tried going through all kinds of settings but nothing works. I am running Windows 8.1. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Verity
 

A:Burn Disc Error

That's autoplay setting for blank disk media.
 

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I have been trying to burn a CD using either NERO and Windows Media Player. Both softwares will tell me that the CD completed the burn process. When I check the CD there is nothing on it.

I think the software is working but the driver is not really burning the information onto the cd. I am using a Sony DVD RW DW-Q120A driver and Windows XP.

When I check the properties of the drive the pie chart is all blue and says it is full, however there is nothing in the temporary folder waiting to be burned.

I looked for and was unable to find an update for the Sony driver.

Does anyone have any suggestions for me? I am at my wits end and do not know where else to turn.
 

A:Not able to burn CD on Sony DVD RW Disc

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I can't burn some files to a disc. It's a brand new CD-R disc. I burn some files just 2 weeks ago? I don't know why it says"insert CD-R disc in drive" and I have one in?

Help please!

Windows XP with an HP 9500 series.

I attached a picture of the error.


Thanks
 

A:Wont burn to disc?

Quite often it helps if you just open and close the CD-ROM tray.
Have you tried another brand of CD-R and/or another burning program?
 

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I've got a Lite-On DVD burner, it's been very reliable until now. It appears to read discs fine, but when I burn it tends to fail at a random point in the burn. I can burn the same project and it'll fail at different points although there is no actual fail message, it just does not progress even though the drive is spinning constantly and doesn't stop spinning when I cancel the burn. I've used the CDBurnerXP and Nero and gotten the same results. It appears to be a hardware problem, but I'm in denial. The only other thing I can think of is the SATA cable, but it should be fine. Any thoughts?

A:Disc Burn Failures

Everything I can think of seems fairly obvious, but I'll give them a shot. Are you writing at the lowest possible burn speed? Have you tired reseating the drive (disconnecting both cable from it and reconnecting them)? When did the problem begin?

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Hi all...

I am facing problem with my DVD Burner. I use a LG GSA-4081B drive & Nero 6.3.1.17.
The burn process worked until it came to the end. Then it says the burn process failed.
The error usually I get is "Could not perform end of Disc-at-once". This always happens with
DVD-R & DVD+R.

But yesterday I successfully write data to a DVD-RW disc after trying 2-3 times...But the same drive refused to
read the disc after that. But the other DVD rom successfully read the disc.

The problem started 2-3 weeks back and I am not sure if this is a hardware problem or not. Hope some one out
there will able to help me out....

Many thanks,

Here is the error log nero created.....

Windows 2000 5.0
IA32
WinAspi: -
ahead WinASPI: File 'C:\Program Files\Ahead\Nero\Wnaspi32.dll': Ver=2.0.1.59, size=160016 bytes, created 12/16/2003 8:18:06 PM
Nero version: 6.3.1.17 (Nero Express)
Recorder: <HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GSA-4081B>Version: A100 - HA 1 TA 1 - 6.3.1.17
Adapter driver: <atapi> HA 1
Drive buffer : 2048kB
Bus Type : default (0) -> ATAPI, detected: ATAPI
CD-ROM: <LITE-ON COMBO LTC-48161H>Version: KH0F - HA 1 TA 0 - 6.3.1.17
Adapter driver: <atapi> HA 1

=== Scsi-Device-Map ===
DiskPeripheral : QUANTUM FIREBALL CR4.3A atapi Port 0 ID 0 DMA: On
DiskPeripheral : ST3120026A atapi Port 0 ID 1 DMA: On
CdRomPeripheral : LITE-ON COMBO LTC-48161H atapi Port 1 ID 0 DMA: On
CdRomPeripheral : HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GSA-4081B atapi Port 1 ID 1 DMA: On ... Read more

A:DVD Burn error...end of Disc-at-once

DVD burners are very picky about which specific brand of media they will write and read. Google around for your drive and see if people have had similar issues or success with whatever brand of media you are using.
 

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I do video work on 1 year old AMD quad 9850 (2.5 mhz) with 4 gb ram and nvida 9400 gt (512) video card - It has an LG burner model HL-DT-ST DVD RAM GH22NP20 - it burns 4.7 gb discs beautifully but when I render video lareger than 5.0 gb using Pinnacle Studio 11 Ultimate, I take the disc image to either nero 9 or DVD FAB to burn 8.5 gb disc - after burning ( window says burning & verifiation completed successfully) I put disc into a DVD play and it reads "No File" - I have used 3-4 different manufactured discs including Tyio Uden - same thing - If i take the disc image to DVD Fab and use reduction to 4.7 gb disc, it gives me a good disc - problem with this is some of my disc images get close to 8gb which means the compression on DVD Fab degrades the image quality - has anyone out there any ideas of what is wrong - is it software errors or hardware errors - I'm tapped out - I tried Pinnacle forum and finally gave up as their tecs couldn't fix problem. Any help would be much appreciated.
 

A:Can't burn 8.5 gb disc on DL burner

Have you tried burning that image with a different burner / computer. If it doesn't work on a different computer, it may be the file that has issues?
 

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I have been trying to burn a bunch of videos to a DVD so I can play on my TV. Ive downloaded Nero, CDBurnerXP, and I have even attempted to do it on a Vista, it wont work either.

Can you help?

A:Cannot Burn Videos To a Disc

are you getting any error messages?

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Hey
I know this is in the wrong forum, but i couldnt find one dedicated to it, and for that i apologise; but i have been trying for some time to burn a 2007 powerpoint document onto disc. I cannot get the music to work when i burn it with ppt2dvd. Any help appreciated :)
Thanks

A:How to burn powerpoint to disc

anybody?

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I have a hp dvd writer 530i, and a off-brand cd-burner, i got as bare bones, dont know name or model of the cd burner....i can read cd's...and dvd's....but i cant burn anything.

its like theres no cd/dvd in the drive...all i want to do is copy some files to disc for back up. just in stalled latest driver for the dvd burner.
 

A:Solved: Cant burn anything to disc

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Hi,

How can I burn a file on a disc in ISO mode (not joliet) with Nero?

Thanks
 

A:burn the disc in ISO mode

Launch Nero SmartStart, Select your disc type - cd or dvd . Click on the Copy & Backup button . Select Burn Image To Disc . Should be plain sailing from there ....

You can also use Nero BurningRom . I dont recall exactly what you need to click on but am pretty sure it's reasonably straightforward .....
 

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Whenever I try to burn things to a disc (like Debian GNU Linux), it always gives me and error and will fail to burn. For example, EVERYTHING that I try to burn with PowerISO stops at 66%. With other burners, it goes for like 10 seconds and then fails to burn. With another one, it doesn't start at all. I have literally tried 10 different burners, all of which don't work. My CD-ROM is CD-R/CD-RW and I am putting a blank CD that i got for christmas (got a bunch of those) that is 700mb. I also checked to see if the CD-ROM wasn't connected properly, and it was. The lens wasn't damage either (at all). What is the problem? I really want to burn Debian GNU Linux, because I'm reformatting my comp anyways to put that on (with windows 2000 sp4, which i already have anyways)

A:Cannot burn things to a disc.

try this one
http://www.imgburn.com/index.php?act=download
check your power and tempretures while burning
http://www.softpedia.com/progDownloa...oad-29890.html

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How do I burn files over to my DVD Disc?
With windows 8 there's no "Burn" button when it says "Files ready to be written on the disc".
Windows 7 was so much simpler, what do I do now?

A:How do I burn files over to a DVD Disc?

This tutorial will help you:Burn Disc Image - ISO or IMG file - Windows 7 Forums

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How can i burn an 8gb .iso file onto a 4gb dvd disc?
 

A:Burn 8GB ISO file to 4GB disc?

jalba said:





How can i burn an 8gb .iso file onto a 4gb dvd disc?Click to expand...

Even with over-burn you still won't get it to work right. You need to buy the DL (dual layer DVD disc which handles 8.5GB. Regular DVD holds 4.7GB. Does your DVD player support DL?
 

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can i use my cd burner to make dvd's, or do i have to buy a dvd burner?
 

A:how to burn movies on to a disc

A DVD burner can burn CD's, but a CD burner can't burn DVD's, so yes you need to get a DVD burner.

A CD/DVD-ROM combo drive won't work either because they can read DVD's but they can't burn them.
 

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I'm trying to burn a music disc on my computer. I just purchased my computer not even a week ago. I have memorex CD-R type cds. I am using the windows media player to do so. I put in a brand new cd and hit burn but it ejects my cd and tells me to insert a blank disc. They are brand new. No idea what to do.

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Hello, I need some help on this one. What I want to do is take a signal from an actual sound board (analogue wave i would guess), and record it to a disc. What would be the best method and programs for this. Should I save as a wave file? Then convert to mp3? Not sure how to tackle this one. Any suggestions on the best method would be appreciated. Looking for the quickest, and most economical way of doing it. If there is a digital output on the sound board would that make things easier? All i have is a line input on a computer to work with and a USB port. Hard drive space is limited. ???
 

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I have just upgraded my laptop to an HP Envy with Win 8.1. My problem starts when I insert a Photo DVD, open the image folders on it via file explorer and start selecting images to copy to an internal or external drive. Whilst I am doing so (and I could be selecting up to thirty plus images at a time) Windows captures the selected images and places them in a temporary burn folder before advising me I haven't got enough room on the Photo DVD for the files to be burned to it (all very logical). Why, though, is Windows capturing the selected images and placing them in a burn folder in the first place? As this happens virtually every time I try to copy any files from DVD to an internal/external drive the whole thing is becoming a right pain in the backside -especially as when I try to eject the Photo DVD, the whole system crashes .

I would be extremely grateful if anyone could enlighten me as to what the problem is here and if there is a way to overcome it. I should add that I have been using win 8.1 for over a year on a more modest HP Pavilion without a hint of a problem.

Thanks for reading.

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I downloaded a program called Hirens. Just a tool for diagnosing and fixing problems. I downloaded it to a USB drive and this is what I want to do. I want to burn the program to a disc so the program will execute when the disc is inserted into the drive. Can someone walk me through how to do this? I have burning software and I managed to burn the Hirens file to a disc, but when I insert the disc, it just displays the file...I want it to actually run the program when the disc is inserted. Thanks.
 

A:How do I burn a program to a disc?

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Hi
I have not very critical problem but very keen to resolve it. When using Vista write do disc option and successfully writing data on the disc system popup with window asking if I wish to write another disc with the same data. When checking the option to make another copy I put new clean disc (the same make like the previous one). After verification cd-drive open and asking for another disc. I have checked with another clean CD-Rom disc and effect is exactly the same. But when cancel this operation and just open cd-drive and use Burn to disc icon on the Explorer toolbar it works fine.
I would appreciate any suggestions or explanations why I can't perform burn to disc another copy.
 

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I have a few sets of mp3 files I want to burn to disc. I highlight them in Windows 7 Explorer window and click Burn at the top. Now, "you have files waiting to be burned to disc", without a clue as how to proceed.
Somehow I got to Windows Media player and it started burning - but it was the wrong files. I couldn't stop it, couldn't cancel it, couldn't open the cd drawer. The two files that were burned to disc do in fact play in my car cd player, which is what I want them for.
Later, I  dragged these files to the Burn list in Media Player...I don't know what happened...files got renamed, it somehow created a jumbled list that I don't know where it came from...
How to get the right files to burn?

A:Burn mp3 files to disc

Here's a simplified article on using Windows Media Player to burn a music CD:  http://www.techsupportalert.com/content/how-create-audio-cd-mp3-files-using-free-software.htm

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Running W/7 on a HP Compaq dc5700 SSF base desktop PC. When I try to burn anything to a DVD (tried various types "R" "RW" "DLR") the door opens and I get a message to insert a disc. The machine was bought as an "Off lease". Any suggestions?
Thanks.
 

A:Solved: Can't burn to DVD disc

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is there any way to burn discs that have been finalized?
for instance custom mp3 CDs which have been burnt with images(iso) of size less than the full capacity of CD or finalized by some other method.

A:burn finalized disc?

How to Erase & Reuse a CD-R Disc | eHow.com

Once the CD-R/DVD-R has been finalized, it can't be written to again.

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