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dvd riping problem

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by j10, Jul 26, 2003.

  1. j10

    j10 Guest

    hello i was wondering if any one can help me. i`ve been writing to some dvd-r out of a pack of 25, i`ve used 10,(all ok) then all of a sudden i get this error message off the rest of the pack. (error -10 at sector 800-command;2a sense;04 asc;44 ascq;d9) if anyone can help would be much apreciative thanx in advance.
     
  2. Oriphus

    Oriphus Senior member

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    I think the error is the loaction of a particular pit or set of pits on the disc. Is there any noticeable discrepancies on the discs and is it happening with a lot of them?

    Chris
     
  3. j10

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    hi, there`s no marks on the discs at all, and it`s happened to 15 discs (datawrite 2x)
     
  4. j10

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    p.s
    is there a way to correct the disc with recording software if theres an error with the pits on the disc
     
  5. j10

    j10 Guest

    p.s
    is there a way to correct the disc with recording software if theres an error with the pits on the disc
     
  6. Oriphus

    Oriphus Senior member

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    No, there isnt a way to correct it. Try running the disc in Nero CDSpeed and selecting Extras and Surface Scan. It will tell you if the surface of the disc is at fault or not.
     
  7. baabaa

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    I think that is a buffer underun code with recnowmax....

    Can be attributed to bad substrates on blank media......send them back for exchange....

    How are you copying to them - ie from Hd or disc to disc?
     
  8. j10

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    cant send them back as ive used half of them,i`m copying from new hdd. got some coasters though i suppose.
    thnx for the help anyways much apreciated.
     
  9. baabaa

    baabaa Active member

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    Actually you can return the unused media - by law.......consumer rights etc....

    What are your specs for your pc?

    Are you multi tasking whilst burning - this can cause buffer underuns, just leave your pc to burn without using/opening other programs, inc screensaver......

     
  10. j10

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    xp1800
    asus a7v333
    512mb of ddr
    160gig hdd
    windows xp
    pioneer 105
    liteon 52x writer.

    not multi tasking.
    but i took one of the discs round a mates and it wrote perfect his copy box.
     
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    Well I wouldn't expect you to have buffer underuns with those specs.

    What r u using to burn, recnowmax - what version?
    Have you tried burning at a lower speed?

    I experienced similar with datawrites - but have now moved onto ritek g03 or g04, these work baaaaaaaaaarilliantly.....
     
  12. j10

    j10 Guest

    record now max v4.50
    prassi primodvd 2.0
    and discjuggler
    and nero
    all with same result "initializing disc then it fails. looks like i`m going the ritek way myself.:)
     
  13. HomerJ

    HomerJ Moderator Staff Member

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    j10,

    This does not look like a media problem, if they work Ok on your friends PC.

    A few things to try :-

    If your friend has a DVD burner, try swapping some of his media.

    Try re-installing you DVD burning software (not sure what you're using after all that big list you provided...

    Datawrite media is a good media.

    Best bet, check your software.

    HomerJ
     

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