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Help with burning DL dvd with Alcohol 120%

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by samfree, Apr 19, 2007.

  1. samfree

    samfree Guest

    Hi i am burning a dl dvd with alcohol
    I make an image of the disc then burn a disc
    It says it has buned ok but when i check there is nothing on the disc.

    It says avaliable bytes 0 used bytes )/

    these are becomign very expensive coasters

    can someone help please

    Thanks

    sam
     
  2. laddyboy

    laddyboy Regular member

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    With DL disks, it is very important to make sure your firmware is up to date and that you are using good quality media like the Verbatim +RDL. If you're backing up a DL video DVD, just use DVD Decrypter in ISO Read mode to rip the DVD to your HDD and then in ISO Write mode to burn the ripped image to a disk.
     
  3. unolord

    unolord Regular member

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    I only use IMGBurn to burn DLs. And I only use Verbatim DLs. Tried Ridata and Fuji and they burned successfully 65-70% of the time. Verbatims have been 100%.

    U can use IMGBurn to build ISO images too.

    What brand of DL r u using? + or -? What speed r u burning at? Is your burner's firmware up to date?
     
  4. TY4ever

    TY4ever Regular member

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    Me too i would advise using Imgburn to burn dl layer disc,it handles dl layer burnings very well and you can even booktype your dvd+r dl discs to dvd-rom to make them more compatible with your players.I had a friend who wasted 3 dual layer disc using nero to burn them and after i advised him using Imgburn(freeware),it works out very well for him and no more coasters.


    Vincent.
     

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