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DVD9 Image Burning Problems

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by twobells, Jan 23, 2005.

  1. twobells

    twobells Member

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    Hey all

    Ok, this is my first attempt at dvd9 burning which failed miserably.
    The image is fine and checks out 100%, using isobuster I can see the correct dvd format has been used, however, whenever I try and burn the disk no dvd player will read it NOR the pc.

    All you get on the disk when exploring it is '0bytes free' '0bytes available', and it is completely blank.
    The dvd players and pc error out with the message 'unsupported format'.

    I use Verb dvd9 disks at burnt at 1x.

    Setup:

    Pioneer 108 (1.04)

    Burning app: Nero 6 Ultra Edition

    Do I need to update my hardware in order to burn dvd9 images correctly perhaps?

    Many thanks in advance

    TB




     
  2. deadcat

    deadcat Regular member

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    latest firmware for 108 is v1.14 isnt it??
    try dvd decrypter, it has supported DL burning for a long time
     
  3. twobells

    twobells Member

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    Does that mean that Nero won't burn DVD9???

    Many thanks in advance.

    TB

     
  4. greg3000

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    Have you tried checking "verify written data" in Nero when you're burning your project?
     
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    laddyboy Regular member

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    Nero will burn DVD9s.
     
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    I would use DVD Decrypter, simple and powerful.
     
  7. DVDPro

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    Definetly check your players media format supporting features 1st. DVD Decryptor is excellent for handling these issues but it won't help if the standalone player your using is not design to read DL Technology Media. I suggest Sony's Stand alone DVD-RW/+R Player. Model DVP-NS575P , runs around 79.99 to $100. Even though its not mentioned in their specs, it support its it and has a built in navigational system to locate proper breaks that other machines can't! Yes including the panasonic progressive scan DVD-RP62 model. The only way it can read it is by modifying the media first with decryptor properly and then the player will recognize all information. The Sony doesn't care, It will find it for you.
     

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