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Discussion in 'DVDR' started by NEMOWUNER, Mar 9, 2007.

  1. NEMOWUNER

    NEMOWUNER Member

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    I want to copy a DVD-ROM nav disk. It needs to be a DVD-ROM copy. I can't find any programs that will do this. anyone know how I can get this done ??
     
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    What exactly is a "DVD-ROM nav disk" ???
     
  3. NEMOWUNER

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    the navagation disk in the cars. the disk is written a certain way where it works with the satalite. but when i try to copy with nero, it will only do dvd-r. no options for dvd-rom. the system will not be able to use the disk if it is not a dvd-rom
     
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    bbmayo Active member

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    Oh I see, but it is not Nero that won't burn a +R and booktype it to a DVD ROM disk. It is your DVDRW that is resposible for this. What is the make and model of your DVDRW drive?
     
  5. NEMOWUNER

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    IT'S A SONY DRX-S50U AND THE SPECS ARE:




    General
    Disc Capacity : 8.5GB/4.7GB

    Hardware
    Interfaces : USB 2.0
    Loading Mechanism : Motorized Tray
    Media & Modes Supported : DVD-R/-R DL/-RW, DVD+R/DVD+R DL/+RW
    DVD-RAM: DVD-ROM, DVD-Video
    CD: CD-DA, CD-ROM (XA), CD Extra, Video CD, Photo CD1, CD Text, multi-session
    Mount Design : Horizontal

    Inputs and Outputs
    USB Port(s) : 1 (2.0)

    Memory
    Buffer Memory : 2MB

    Operating Conditions
    Sustained Transfer Rate : 10.5MB/s (8x DVD-ROM)
    Burst Transfer Rate : 480MB/s
    Average Access Time : 180ms (DVD), 150ms (CD)

    Optical Drive #1
    CD Read : 24X
    CD-R Write : 24x CAV, 24x ZCLV, 16x ZCLV,
    8x CLV2
    CD-RW Write : 24x ZCLV2, 20x ZCLV2,
    10x ZCLV1, 4x CLV
    DVD Read : 8x
    DVD+R DL Write : 4x ZCLV, 2.4x CLV3
    DVD+R Write : 8x CAV2, 8x ZCLV2, 6x ZCLV2,
    4x ZCLV1, 2.4x CLV
    DVD-R Write : 2x (CLV), 4x (6x Z-CLV), 8x CLV max2
    DVD+RW Write : 8x ZCLV2, 6x ZCLV2, 4x ZCLV1,
    2.4x CLV
    DVD-R DL Write : 4x ZCLV, 2x CLV3
    DVD-RAM Write : 5x ZCLV, 3x CLV, 2x CLV2
    DVD-RW Write : 6x ZCLV3, 4x ZCLV2, 2x CLV1,
    1x CLV

    Power
    Power Requirements : +5V
    Power Consumption : 2.0A max (+5V DC)

    Service and Warranty Information
    Limited Warranty : 1 year Limited Warranty

    System Requirements
    Hard Drive : 1GB (hard disk minimum), 10GB (DVD video creation)
    Operating System : Windows® Vista, Windows XP Home or Professional (SP2) Operating Systems or Windows® 2000 (SP4) Operating Systems
    RAM : 256MB
    Processor : Pentium® III 800MHz or faster (or equivalent) CPU minimum.
    Pentinum IV 2.0GHz or faster (or equivalent) CPU is recommended for real-time video authoring/editing.
     
  6. garmoon

    garmoon Regular member

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    As bbmayo said your drive is what booktypes the +R discs. I don't know if the Sonys can booktype. It's not listed in the Booktyping option area of Decrypter which can set booktyping for your drives.
     
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    Lately all of the Sony drives are rebadged Lite-ons or Benq drives, but I couldn't find your drive reviewed doing a quick Google search. I'm sure that it can be set to booktype as a DVD-Rom disk, make sure that you use good media, Taiyo or Verb to be sure and burn at half the rated speed. If it is a data type disk, Clone CD works wonders on these, you can download a free 21 day trial download here
    this will copy DVD disks and get thru the copy protection. Hope this helps. If you go under Nero, you can set the booktyping for your burner to DVD-Rom and clone will accept the settings. Try it and see if it works for your drive, I have two Lite-ons and they work with this method (Sony DRU-800a is one of them)
     
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