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help - power calibration error

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by d00b666, Feb 8, 2008.

  1. d00b666

    d00b666 Member

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    hello and gr8 site u guys have ere.

    ok ive got AVI2DVD and DVD Decrypter, i have about 50 AVi movies on an external hard drive, ive followed the guide u guys have provide on this site and when i come to burn the movie to DVD with DVD Decrypter it tells me "power calibration error" grrrr ive had this error with other software (DVD shrink) i do have a DVD rewriter and it copies to CD-Rs n CD-RWs fine it just dosnt like recording to DVDs........... what the hell is this "power calibration error"

    any help would be greatfully appreciated, Thank you
     
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    MysticE Active member

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    It usually means it's time for a new burner.
     
  3. d00b666

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    i could do that myself on a desk top comp easily, how hard is it 2 do ona a laptop?
     
  4. pryme_H

    pryme_H Regular member

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    d00b666,

    Try updating your burner firmware or consider another brand of media. Also, if you can, provide a copy of the log so we can have a look.
     
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    the firmware is upto date ive done that, where do i find the log?

    and thank you for your help guys
     
  6. pryme_H

    pryme_H Regular member

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    Open DVD Decrypter, and then press L. Copy and paste the complete log here. By the way, what media are you using?
     

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