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DVD burn fail!

Discussion in 'DVD / Blu-ray drives' started by CFDWizard, Dec 16, 2012.

  1. CFDWizard

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    it never really give me any problem, I have 7GB free space on main harddrive, and 4G on the secondary drive, where the file I am burning are located,
    and I always restart my computer before burning, and wait for it to fully "warmed up" and proceed to burning without doing any other task.
    has my DVD burner reached it's end of life?



    1A20-8217-0002-2525-5688-3907*

    Windows XP 5.1
    IA32
    WinAspi: -
    ahead WinASPI: File 'D:\Program Files\Ahead\nero\Wnaspi32.dll': Ver=2.0.1.74, size=164112 bytes, created 2004/10/26 上午 08:35:32
    Nero Version: 6.6.0.15
    Internal Version: 6, 6, 0, 15h
    (Nero Express)
    Recorder: <HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GMA-4082N>Version: HJ02 - HA 0 TA 1 - 6.6.0.15
    Adapter driver: <atapi> HA 0
    Drive buffer : 2048kB
    Bus Type : default (0) -> ATAPI, detected: ATAPI
    CD-ROM: <HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GMA-4082N>Version: HJ02 - HA 0 TA 1 - 6.6.0.15
    Adapter driver: <atapi> HA 0

    === Scsi-Device-Map ===
    DiskPeripheral : ST9100824A atapi Port 0 ID 0 DMA: On
    CdRomPeripheral : HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GMA-4082N atapi Port 0 ID 1 DMA: On
    CdRomPeripheral : TKNANE 9IZSXIR4P 1.03 a6hbou6r Port 1 ID 0 DMA: Off

    === CDRom-Device-Map ===
    HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GMA-4082N E: CDRom0
    TKNANE 9IZSXIR4P F: CDRom1
    SAC Virtual Cdrom G: CDRom2
    =======================

    AutoRun : 1
    Excluded drive IDs:
    WriteBufferSize: 83886080 (0) Byte
    ShowDrvBufStat : 0
    BUFE : 0
    Physical memory : 1023MB (1047916kB)
    Free physical memory: 379MB (389096kB)
    Memory in use : 62 %
    Uncached PFiles: 0x0
    Use Inquiry : 1
    Global Bus Type: default (0)
    Check supported media : Disabled (0)

    11.12.2012
    ISO&#32232;&#35069;
    &#19979;&#21320; 08:43:56 #1 Text 0 File Isodoc.cpp, Line 6314
    Iso document burn settings
    ------------------------------------------
    Determine maximum speed : FALSE
    Simulate : FALSE
    Write : TRUE
    Finalize CD : FALSE
    Multisession : TRUE
    Multisession type: : Start multisession
    Burning mode : DAO
    Mode : 1
    ISO Level : 1 (Max. of 11 = 8 + 3 char)
    Character set : ISO 9660
    Joliet : TRUE
    Allow pathdepth more than 8 directories : TRUE
    Allow more than 255 characters in path : TRUE
    Write ISO9660 ;1 file extensions : TRUE

    &#19979;&#21320; 08:43:59 #2 Text 0 File Reader.cpp, Line 127
    Reader running

    &#19979;&#21320; 08:43:59 #3 Text 0 File Writer.cpp, Line 122
    Writer HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GMA-4082N running

    &#19979;&#21320; 08:43:59 #4 ISO9660GEN -11 File geniso.cpp, Line 3309
    First writeable address = 0 (0x00000000)

    &#19979;&#21320; 08:44:08 #5 Text 0 File Burncd.cpp, Line 3231
    Turn on Disc-At-Once, using DVD media

    &#19979;&#21320; 08:44:10 #6 Text 0 File DlgWaitCD.cpp, Line 269
    Last possible write address on media: 2298495 (510:46.45, 4489MB)
    Last address to be written: 1826079 (405:47.54, 3566MB)

    &#19979;&#21320; 08:44:10 #7 Text 0 File DlgWaitCD.cpp, Line 281
    Write in overburning mode: NO (enabled: CD)

    &#19979;&#21320; 08:44:10 #8 Text 0 File DlgWaitCD.cpp, Line 2477
    Recorder: HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GMA-4082N, Media type: DVD-R
    Disc Manufacturer: RITEKF - 1
    Disc Application Code: 64, Disc Physical Code: 193

    &#19979;&#21320; 08:44:10 #9 Text 0 File DlgWaitCD.cpp, Line 447
    >>> Protocol of DlgWaitCD activities: <<<
    =========================================

    &#19979;&#21320; 08:44:10 #10 Text 0 File ThreadedTransferInterface.cpp, Line 830
    Setup items (after recorder preparation)
    0: TRM_DATA_MODE1 ()
    2 indices, index0 (150) not provided
    original disc pos #0 + 1826080 (1826080) = #1826080/405:47.55
    relocatable, disc pos for caching/writing not required/ required, no patch infos
    -> TRM_DATA_MODE1, 2048, config 0, wanted index0 0 blocks, length 1826080 blocks [HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GMA-4082N]
    --------------------------------------------------------------

    &#19979;&#21320; 08:44:12 #11 Text 0 File ThreadedTransferInterface.cpp, Line 1043
    Prepare recorder [HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GMA-4082N] for write in CUE-sheet-DAO
    DAO infos:
    ==========
    MCN: ""
    TOCType: 0x00; Session Closed, disc not fixated
    Tracks 1 to 1:
    1: TRM_DATA_MODE1, 2048/0x00, FilePos 0 0 3739811840, ISRC ""
    DAO layout:
    ===========
    __Start_|____Track_|_Idx_|_CtrlAdr_|_RecDep__________
    0 | lead-in | 0 | 0x41 | 0x00
    0 | 1 | 0 | 0x41 | 0x00
    0 | 1 | 1 | 0x41 | 0x00
    1826080 | lead-out | 1 | 0x41 | 0x00

    &#19979;&#21320; 08:44:12 #12 Phase 24 File dlgbrnst.cpp, Line 1832
    Caching of files started

    &#19979;&#21320; 08:44:20 #13 Text 0 File Burncd.cpp, Line 4116
    Cache writing successful.

    &#19979;&#21320; 08:44:20 #14 Phase 25 File dlgbrnst.cpp, Line 1832
    Caching of files completed

    &#19979;&#21320; 08:44:20 #15 Phase 36 File dlgbrnst.cpp, Line 1832
    Burn process started at 4x (5,540 KB/s)

    &#19979;&#21320; 08:44:20 #16 Text 0 File ThreadedTransferInterface.cpp, Line 2643
    Verifying disc position of item 0 (relocatable, disc pos, no patch infos, orig at #0): write at #0

    &#19979;&#21320; 08:44:20 #17 Text 0 File DVDR.cpp, Line 2357
    Recording mode: Sequential Recording Mode for Multisession

    &#19979;&#21320; 08:44:20 #18 Text 0 File Mmc.cpp, Line 21663
    Set BUFE: Buffer underrun protection -> ON

    &#19979;&#21320; 08:44:20 #19 Text 0 File DVDR.cpp, Line 2511
    Start write address at LBA 0
    DVD high compatibility mode: Yes

    &#19979;&#21320; 08:44:20 #20 Text 0 File Cdrdrv.cpp, Line 8821
    ---- DVD Structure: Physical Format Information (00h) ----
    Layer: 0, Address: 0 (0 h), AGID: 0; Length: 2050
    Book Type: DVD-R (2), Part Version: 5
    Disc Size: 120 mm, Maximum Rate: <not specified> (F h)
    Number of Layers: 1, Track Path: Parallel Track Path (PTP), Layer Type: recordable
    Linear Density: 0,267 um/bit, Track Density: 0,74 um/track
    Starting Physical Sector Number of Data Area: 30000 h (DVD-ROM, DVD-R/-RW, DVD+R/+RW)
    End Physical Sector Number of Data Area: 26127F h
    End Sector Number in Layer 0: 0 h (LBN: FFFD0000 h, 4193920 MB)
    Data in Burst Cutting Area (BCA) does not exist
    Start sector number of the current Border-Out: 2FE10 h
    Start sector number of the next Border-In: 2FFA0 h
    Media Specific [16..63]:
    00 60 00 10 20 30 40 50 - 00 00 00 21 00 00 00 00 .`...0@P...!....
    00 02 FE 10 00 02 FF A0 - 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................
    00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 - 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................

    &#19979;&#21320; 08:44:57 #21 SCSI -1061 File Cdrdrv.cpp, Line 1436
    SCSI Exec, HA 0, TA 1, LUN 0, buffer 0x03AF0000
    Status: 0x04 (0x01, SCSI_ERR)
    HA-Status 0x00 (0x00, OK)
    TA-Status 0x02 (0x01, SCSI_TASTATUS_CHKCOND)
    Sense Key: 0x04 (KEY_HARDWARE_ERROR)
    Sense Code: 0x44
    Sense Qual: 0x86
    CDB Data: 0x2A 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x13 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x20 0x00 0x00 0x00
    Sense Data: 0x70 0x00 0x04 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x10
    0x32 0x24 0x04 0x0C 0x44 0x86

    &#19979;&#21320; 08:44:57 #22 CDR -1061 File Writer.cpp, Line 311
    Internal target failure

    &#19979;&#21320; 08:44:57 #23 Text 0 File ThreadedTransfer.cpp, Line 228
    all writers idle, stopping conversion

    &#19979;&#21320; 08:44:57 #24 Text 0 File ThreadedTransfer.cpp, Line 222
    conversion idle, stopping reader

    &#19979;&#21320; 08:44:57 #25 Text 0 File DVDR.cpp, Line 2749
    EndDAO: Last written address was 4863

    &#19979;&#21320; 08:44:57 #26 Phase 133 File dlgbrnst.cpp, Line 1832
    Writing short lead-out

    &#19979;&#21320; 09:01:04 #27 CDR -1061 File WriterStatus.cpp, Line 167
    Internal target failure
    HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GMA-4082N\H0 T1

    &#19979;&#21320; 09:01:04 #28 TRANSFER -24 File WriterStatus.cpp, Line 167
    Could not perform end of Disc-at-once

    &#19979;&#21320; 09:01:04 #29 Phase 39 File dlgbrnst.cpp, Line 1832
    Burn process aborted


    Existing drivers:
    File 'Drivers\CDRALW2K.SYS': Ver=8.0.0.212 , size=2560 bytes, created 2007/4/22 &#19979;&#21320; 04:15:25
    File 'Drivers\PXHELP20.SYS': Ver=3.00.43J, size=36624 bytes, created 2007/4/22 &#19979;&#21320; 04:15:25 (Prassi/Veritas driver for win 2K)
    File 'Drivers\atapi.sys': Ver=5.1.2600.2180 (xpsp_sp2_rtm.040803-2158), size=95360 bytes, created 2004/8/3 &#19979;&#21320; 09:59:44 (Adapter driver for rec)

    Registry Keys:
    HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\WinLogon\AllocateCDROMs : 0 (Security Option)
     
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    what is the total size of the file(s) to be burnt?
     
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    4.7 GB, the smallest blank DVD size?

    I did notice
    Physical memory : 1023MB (1047916kB)
    Free physical memory: 379MB (389096kB)

    that's the size of my ram, I don't know what's taking up so much RAM without me doing anything? how can I go about closing stuff that's running in the background?
     
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    use taskmanager or msconfig to disable stuff in startup but would have to restart windows. might not have enough space left on hard drive as usually double the file size the be burnt so need at least 10gig of free space. might want to get more ram too if you can.
     
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    but that's the weird thing, it's been doing fine since I got the laptop in 2006, I always kept around the same size of the file to be burnt on C:/ which I increased to 7GB after it started to fail repeatedly
    and the same RAM size.
     
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    do you have access to an external dvd burner to see what happens?
     
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    Do you have software like Roxio or Nero InCD installed? Neither of which you want. This driver is installed with them and can cause a conflict with other burning programs.

    What are you actually trying to burn to a DVD? Download IMGBurn, make an ISO of it and then attempt to burn and see how you get on.

    You don't have a lot of free memory, no, so ideally you'd want to leave your laptop alone to complete the burn before doing anything else.

    Have you always been using the same DVD, and what brand are they? RITEK discs aren't terrible so it's probably not that.
     
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    the IMGBurn did the trick for me, but why?
    now it will take me longer to burn each disc..

    is it because when burning directly, the computer is also making a temporarily image, so buy making it into image first, lessen the load during the burning process?
     
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    ok, and something bothers me a bit,
    should the folder size matches the original folder?
    it doesn't! which I always check before deleting the files from my hard drive, it bothers me a bit that they don't match,
     
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    Imgburn will determine the correct burn speed if you select wrong speed for the media

    using correct terminology makes post better to understand

    iso size vs folder = no diff apart from maybe a small amount of compression the sizes your talking about are mostly mb by only a few hundred if that,its normal
     
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    the final file size on the DVD (burned from iso) is different from my original file on the hard drive, the number of files inside the folder is different too!
     
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    And it always will be.. a disk image file does not need to be padded to a complete sector.. a disk must be otherwise there will be a "crc error" on every read. It's hard to explain to a novice, but it's a hangover from the old days where drum/floppy drives as well as having "tracks" then had those tracks split into lateral segments called sectors. Early disk writers used a "seek by track/sector" (info about the actual physical position of a file is in the file table file.. formatting unless it's a "raw format" only deletes the file table, it does not overwrite data) and all sectors were assumed to be full, even if there was only 00 or FF in them. The mechanics of old floppy formatting programs (remember unformatted 720k floppies anybody?) shows that the technology apart from becoming smaller really didn't move forwards until the late 90's. A hdd will still be labelled with "tracks/heads/sectors" though these days multi sector interleaved writing is way more common. Optical disks are actually very similar to floppies in many ways.. there may be only one "track" but that is still split into sectors of various lengths depending on the writing application, system and type. Over the decades there were many different formatting structures and sizes for tracks and sectors (bbfs/acorn/apple etc)
    If you have a quick look in computing history sites you will come across old store/drum drives (often used as a slow form of ram back when) which have a large vertical drum with a stack of heads (or sometimes 3 or 4 stacks) mounted on them.. the flat disk (and all other magnetic and optical media) stems from those. Hope that helps somewhat.. its hard to put it in words whereas a picture explains everything.

    Now I'm off to preformat some more 720k dd floppies for my friends yamaha disklavier grand piano. Always fun.. they have a deliberate "bad sector" at position 0 to stop copying... the easiest way to cause that is to put garbage data of the wrong length into it.. oops.. "crc error, invalid sector size"
     

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