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DVD-R Pausing when burning

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by SJBaller, Apr 26, 2004.

  1. SJBaller

    SJBaller Member

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    I just restored my system after a crash and now when I burn backups of DVDs using Nero or DVD decryter my burner writes 1% then pauses for abot 2-3 minutes before continueing on about it's business. The backups come out fine but it is quite annoying.

    Any thoughts?
     
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    what type of media and burner are you using? Also are you using your computer for anything else or leting other programs run in the background while it is burning?
     
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    I am not sure of the media (generic) but they always have worked for me and they did'nt pause like this before. The DVD-R is from Gateway (again not sure what brand) and I have nothing running in backround. I have been using this same setup for over a year and the pausing only started after I reinstalled all my system software after it crash.
     
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    SJBaller, you said you restored your system. I did that once too and after that I couldn't really get some of the software back to work. I suggest you should remove and install your defective soft again. Removing the relevant folders in your Program Files directory and entries in the registry might be a good idea, too. Other than that I don't see any other way to bring it back to the original, pre-restoration condition.
     

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