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DVDXCOPY will not write to NEC ND-1300A

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by rkvons, Aug 21, 2004.

  1. rkvons

    rkvons Member

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    I am using DVDXCOPY 1.52 and an NEC ND-1300A DVD writer. I can successfully copy to a DVD-RW that is not erased (the program will erase it) but not if it is erased and not a DVD-R. It just says "Initializing disk..please wait" and never comes back. I am taking too much time to copy it to a RW first and then to an R. Please help! Thanks.
     
  2. socon

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    rkvons hi your using an old version wow lol please email me ASAP i can help you!! if you have AIM or MSN send it to me!!!
     
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    rkvons hi your using an old version wow lol please email me ASAP i can help you!! if you have AIM or MSN send it to me!!!
     
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    update your aspi layer
     
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    well flip, my aspi layer was messed up. I used the nero info tool to see that the system aspi was not installed and I cleaned that up, but it still does not work properly. I am experimenting with dvdxcopy platinum v 3.2.1 and I seem to be having some luck with it. I still don't know how to use it but am learning.
     
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    rkvons,

    http://forceaspi18.w.interia.pl/

    Download both force 1.8 and aspi check. Download -> unzip -> run KILLASPI, then INSTASPI -> reboot -> run aspi check ... if installed properly all dll's should read 4.71.2. And Nero's info tool should be ok :)
     

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