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Help need help burning files to dvd

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by JTF-22, Oct 10, 2003.

  1. JTF-22

    JTF-22 Guest

    Ok heres my problem i want to back up some files on to dvd i tried using dvd-rw dvd-r,dvd+r so far nothing works im using nero6.0 i have the pioneer dvd106d everytime i try to burn the files on dvd i get error i tried drag and drop the wizard from nero nothing works heres the error i get " Sorry your compilation cannot be written on this kind of disc. Please insert a disc of the correct type or modify settings of your compilation to make compatible with other disc." I tried all kinds of disc. A little long and mybe unclear but i hope u get the picture.

    THX
     
  2. alntht

    alntht Guest

    What kind of files are you talking about? What option did you use in Nero?
     
  3. baggins1

    baggins1 Member

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  4. JTF-22

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    just files like avi mpeg and i use nero add files and copy
     
  5. Discmania

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    An essential question - what burner do you have?
     
  6. JTF-22

    JTF-22 Guest

    pioneer dvd106d
     
  7. Discmania

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  8. JTF-22

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    thx ill try that
     
  9. JTF-22

    JTF-22 Guest

    Ok downloaded it it satys stuck at 98% i have dvd rw- i just added a 442k word file and dosent work
     
  10. Discmania

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    You may have a problem with the aspi files necessary for burning, or possibly a missing dll file. Anyway try downloading force aspi from here and try again - it's perfectly safe to do so:http://www.clonecd.net/aspi.htm
    I would also check in device manager that your drive is installed correctly and that there are no quaetion marks next to it.
     
  11. JTF-22

    JTF-22 Guest

    Ok thx i think i got it working thx alot for the help
     
  12. Oriphus

    Oriphus Senior member

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    Stae the method you used to get it working please if it was something you did yourself so that other users with similar problems can ascertain a solution from yours. Thanks :D
     

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