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Burning process stops around 90%

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by glitch00, Jan 29, 2007.

  1. glitch00

    glitch00 Member

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    Hello! I've been experiencing strange problems burning DVD's lately. Everytime I burn a DVD+R, burning goes smooth and at around 90-95%, it suddenly stops - both the DVD drive and hard disk drive stop blinking and my PC hangs, and in some occasions restart. I thought it would be Nero, but the same occurs in Roxio as well.

    Around 3 out of 7 discs burned fine. But before my drive (Sony DRU-820A) has never failed on me.

    I also want to point out that the problem first spawned with an "Could Not Perform End Of Disc-At-Once Error". After burning succeeding discs, it usually gets stuck at around 90-95%. What could be the cause of this? I doubt its the discs because I can burn the Imation discs on my laptop. Also I tried burning a BenQ and it stopped at around 90-95% as well. So 2 different brands of DVD+R failed. Before things used to be ok. Here's a log of the latest burn. Since my PC hanged around 90%, I had to take out the disc manually just to save the log file.

    On a side note, before when I used to burn DVD's - PowerBurn activates. Now I don't see it.

    Hope someone can help me out. Thanks!
     
  2. 300bowler

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    Not very good disks at all, although it looks like ur burner read them, but the media could be the problem.

    Here is a firmware update for ur burner that might help with the disks u r using and burning a such a high speed.
    http://forum.rpc1.org/dl_firmware.php?download_id=2237

    WAY too fast for those type of blank media, better to burn at half of the top rated speed

    this is what i would do to see whats the problem.
    1. try burning at a lower speed, 4x,6x,8x i wouldn't go higher than this.
    2. Try updating ur firmware.
    3. if all that fails, then its the blank media,
    best media u can use is Verbatims, or Taiyo Yudens.
    4. also i saw u burning an ISO file with nero, IMO, ImgBurn is way better at burning ISO's than nero, i only would burn Video_ts folders with Nero.
    http://www.imgburn.com/index.php?act=download
     
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  3. glitch00

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    Thats very scary. I'll do that as a last resort. :)

    Thanks! I'll definately try that. Thank you so much!

    I'll also try that ImgBurn if I have trouble. Your post was very very informative. Thank you so much again! :)
     

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