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Is DVD burning supposed to be near impossible?

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by EMTJay, Jan 15, 2005.

  1. EMTJay

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    Ok, here is my situation. I have a P4 2.66GHz laptop. I have an external Plextor 708-UF2 connected via my FireWire connection. I am using Nero6. I used the Zapper60 file to remove any instances of Roxio and I also did a clean reinstall of Nero6 after cleaning my system with Ahead's General Cleaning program. Additionally I installed ForceASPI 1.8 and I am still having problems. There seems to be no problem when no compression is necessary to backup a DVD to a blank DVD-R. BTW, i am using Ritek G05 DVD-Rs (and have tried 4x Fuji's, 2x TDKs, and some off brand my girlfriend's mom gave me). But each and everytime I try to backup a full-length movie (say Charlies Angels, etc) and compression is required I end up just making coasters.

    Here is my Error Log...I have no idea what it means so I am begging for your help!!

    ********** Nero Recode 2 **********

    Version: 2.0.0.18




    Project type: Copy entire DVD
    Target size: DVD5 (2282925)

    Burn settings:
    Target: PLEXTOR DVDR PX-708A2
    Number of copies: 1
    Write speed: 0 KB/s
    Temp folder: C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\My Documents\Nero Recode (27730767872 bytes free)
    Direct burning: true
    Target media: DVD
    Shutdown when finished: false
    Advanced Analysis: false

    12:08:01 File burn_dvdfiles.cpp, Line 235
    Compile DVD: init

    VMG Menus Vobs [217 vobus] 53.05MB -> 29.74MB [R 0.05]
    Video: 24.31MB, extra: 5.43MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 5.1-ch Unspecified 5.01MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Unspecified 0.00MB [enabled]

    VTS_01 Menus Vobs [2 vobus] 0.03MB -> 0.03MB [not compressable]
    Video: 0.02MB, extra: 0.01MB
    Audio: 0 streams
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Unspecified 0.01MB [enabled]

    VTS_01 Title Vobs [2141 vobus] 534.41MB -> 315.89MB [R 0.05]
    Video: 285.60MB, extra: 30.29MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 2-ch English 25.21MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Korean 0.90MB [enabled]

    VTS_02 Menus Vobs [2 vobus] 0.03MB -> 0.03MB [not compressable]
    Video: 0.02MB, extra: 0.01MB
    Audio: 0 streams
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Unspecified 0.01MB [enabled]

    VTS_02 Title Vobs [892 vobus] 221.32MB -> 122.33MB [R 0.05]
    Video: 109.91MB, extra: 12.42MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 2-ch English 10.68MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Korean 0.00MB [enabled]

    VTS_03 Menus Vobs [2 vobus] 0.03MB -> 0.03MB [not compressable]
    Video: 0.02MB, extra: 0.01MB
    Audio: 0 streams
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Unspecified 0.01MB [enabled]

    VTS_03 Title Vobs [1061 vobus] 262.23MB -> 156.53MB [R 0.05]
    Video: 141.25MB, extra: 15.28MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 2-ch English 12.33MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Korean 0.87MB [enabled]

    VTS_04 Menus Vobs [2 vobus] 0.03MB -> 0.03MB [not compressable]
    Video: 0.02MB, extra: 0.01MB
    Audio: 0 streams
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Unspecified 0.01MB [enabled]

    VTS_04 Title Vobs [12 vobus] 0.37MB -> 0.32MB [not compressable]
    Video: 0.12MB, extra: 0.19MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 5.1-ch English 0.15MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 3 streams
    0. English 0.03MB [enabled]
    1. French 0.03MB [disabled]
    2. Korean 0.02MB [disabled]

    VTS_05 Menus Vobs [414 vobus] 111.05MB -> 68.63MB [R 0.05]
    Video: 62.10MB, extra: 6.53MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 2-ch Unspecified 4.92MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Unspecified 0.80MB [enabled]

    VTS_05 Title Vobs [12792 vobus] 3924.49MB -> 2342.14MB [R 0.05]
    Video: 1652.24MB, extra: 689.90MB
    Audio: 4 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 5.1-ch English 314.02MB [enabled]
    1. Dolby Digital 2-ch French 156.78MB [disabled]
    2. Dolby Digital 2-ch English 156.78MB [enabled]
    3. Dolby Digital 2-ch English 156.78MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 9 streams
    0. English 0.21MB [enabled]
    1. French 0.21MB [disabled]
    2. English 22.62MB [enabled]
    3. Korean 19.76MB [disabled]
    4. English 3.64MB [enabled]
    5. French 2.85MB [disabled]
    6. Korean 2.85MB [disabled]
    7. English 10.87MB [enabled]
    8. Korean 9.66MB [disabled]

    VTS_06 Menus Vobs [2 vobus] 0.03MB -> 0.03MB [not compressable]
    Video: 0.02MB, extra: 0.01MB
    Audio: 0 streams
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Unspecified 0.01MB [enabled]

    VTS_06 Title Vobs [818 vobus] 201.93MB -> 113.70MB [R 0.05]
    Video: 102.29MB, extra: 11.41MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 2-ch English 9.68MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Korean 0.13MB [enabled]

    VTS_07 Menus Vobs [2 vobus] 0.03MB -> 0.03MB [not compressable]
    Video: 0.02MB, extra: 0.01MB
    Audio: 0 streams
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Unspecified 0.01MB [enabled]

    VTS_07 Title Vobs [493 vobus] 120.03MB -> 67.88MB [R 0.05]
    Video: 60.84MB, extra: 7.04MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 2-ch English 5.69MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Korean 0.38MB [enabled]

    VTS_08 Menus Vobs [2 vobus] 0.03MB -> 0.03MB [not compressable]
    Video: 0.02MB, extra: 0.01MB
    Audio: 0 streams
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Unspecified 0.01MB [enabled]

    VTS_08 Title Vobs [502 vobus] 118.96MB -> 72.03MB [R 0.05]
    Video: 64.67MB, extra: 7.36MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 2-ch English 6.38MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Korean 0.00MB [enabled]

    VTS_09 Menus Vobs [2 vobus] 0.03MB -> 0.03MB [not compressable]
    Video: 0.02MB, extra: 0.01MB
    Audio: 0 streams
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Unspecified 0.01MB [enabled]

    VTS_09 Title Vobs [514 vobus] 126.81MB -> 85.69MB [R 0.05]
    Video: 78.46MB, extra: 7.23MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 2-ch English 6.23MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 0 streams

    VTS_10 Menus Vobs [2 vobus] 0.03MB -> 0.03MB [not compressable]
    Video: 0.02MB, extra: 0.01MB
    Audio: 0 streams
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Unspecified 0.01MB [enabled]

    VTS_10 Title Vobs [179 vobus] 41.35MB -> 25.12MB [R 0.05]
    Video: 22.51MB, extra: 2.61MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 2-ch English 2.18MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Korean 0.08MB [enabled]

    VTS_11 Menus Vobs [2 vobus] 0.03MB -> 0.03MB [not compressable]
    Video: 0.02MB, extra: 0.01MB
    Audio: 0 streams
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Unspecified 0.01MB [enabled]

    VTS_11 Title Vobs [139 vobus] 31.86MB -> 19.18MB [R 0.05]
    Video: 17.18MB, extra: 2.00MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 2-ch English 1.55MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Korean 0.18MB [enabled]

    VTS_12 Menus Vobs [2 vobus] 0.03MB -> 0.03MB [not compressable]
    Video: 0.02MB, extra: 0.01MB
    Audio: 0 streams
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Unspecified 0.01MB [enabled]

    VTS_12 Title Vobs [103 vobus] 23.08MB -> 14.32MB [R 0.05]
    Video: 12.93MB, extra: 1.39MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 2-ch English 1.19MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Korean 0.00MB [enabled]

    VTS_13 Menus Vobs [2 vobus] 0.03MB -> 0.03MB [not compressable]
    Video: 0.02MB, extra: 0.01MB
    Audio: 0 streams
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Unspecified 0.01MB [enabled]

    VTS_13 Title Vobs [188 vobus] 43.19MB -> 24.76MB [R 0.05]
    Video: 21.98MB, extra: 2.78MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 2-ch English 2.25MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Korean 0.16MB [enabled]

    VTS_14 Menus Vobs [2 vobus] 0.03MB -> 0.03MB [not compressable]
    Video: 0.02MB, extra: 0.01MB
    Audio: 0 streams
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Unspecified 0.01MB [enabled]

    VTS_14 Title Vobs [307 vobus] 75.41MB -> 44.41MB [R 0.05]
    Video: 39.94MB, extra: 4.47MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 2-ch English 3.60MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Korean 0.26MB [enabled]

    VTS_15 Menus Vobs [2 vobus] 0.03MB -> 0.03MB [not compressable]
    Video: 0.02MB, extra: 0.01MB
    Audio: 0 streams
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Unspecified 0.01MB [enabled]

    VTS_15 Title Vobs [220 vobus] 50.61MB -> 29.99MB [R 0.05]
    Video: 26.80MB, extra: 3.19MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 2-ch English 2.67MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Korean 0.09MB [enabled]

    VTS_16 Menus Vobs [2 vobus] 0.03MB -> 0.03MB [not compressable]
    Video: 0.02MB, extra: 0.01MB
    Audio: 0 streams
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Unspecified 0.01MB [enabled]

    VTS_16 Title Vobs [122 vobus] 27.67MB -> 16.54MB [R 0.05]
    Video: 14.79MB, extra: 1.75MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 2-ch English 1.41MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Korean 0.10MB [enabled]

    VTS_17 Menus Vobs [2 vobus] 0.03MB -> 0.03MB [not compressable]
    Video: 0.02MB, extra: 0.01MB
    Audio: 0 streams
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Unspecified 0.01MB [enabled]

    VTS_17 Title Vobs [146 vobus] 33.27MB -> 21.31MB [R 0.05]
    Video: 19.21MB, extra: 2.10MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 2-ch English 1.78MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Korean 0.03MB [enabled]

    VTS_18 Menus Vobs [2 vobus] 0.03MB -> 0.03MB [not compressable]
    Video: 0.02MB, extra: 0.01MB
    Audio: 0 streams
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Unspecified 0.01MB [enabled]

    VTS_18 Title Vobs [591 vobus] 147.01MB -> 89.47MB [R 0.05]
    Video: 81.27MB, extra: 8.19MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 2-ch English 6.93MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Korean 0.10MB [enabled]

    VTS_19 Menus Vobs [2 vobus] 0.03MB -> 0.03MB [not compressable]
    Video: 0.02MB, extra: 0.01MB
    Audio: 0 streams
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Unspecified 0.01MB [enabled]

    VTS_19 Title Vobs [734 vobus] 182.81MB -> 108.59MB [R 0.05]
    Video: 98.24MB, extra: 10.35MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 2-ch English 8.51MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Korean 0.41MB [enabled]

    VTS_20 Menus Vobs [2 vobus] 0.03MB -> 0.03MB [not compressable]
    Video: 0.02MB, extra: 0.01MB
    Audio: 0 streams
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Unspecified 0.01MB [enabled]

    VTS_20 Title Vobs [1090 vobus] 270.62MB -> 158.20MB [R 0.05]
    Video: 142.23MB, extra: 15.97MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 2-ch English 12.89MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Korean 0.96MB [enabled]

    VTS_21 Menus Vobs [2 vobus] 0.03MB -> 0.03MB [not compressable]
    Video: 0.02MB, extra: 0.01MB
    Audio: 0 streams
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Unspecified 0.01MB [enabled]

    VTS_21 Title Vobs [1734 vobus] 426.36MB -> 224.92MB [R 0.05]
    Video: 199.75MB, extra: 25.17MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 2-ch English 20.72MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Korean 1.06MB [enabled]

    VTS_22 Menus Vobs [2 vobus] 0.03MB -> 0.03MB [not compressable]
    Video: 0.02MB, extra: 0.01MB
    Audio: 0 streams
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Unspecified 0.01MB [enabled]

    VTS_22 Title Vobs [304 vobus] 97.97MB -> 63.09MB [R 0.05]
    Video: 55.42MB, extra: 7.67MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 5.1-ch English 7.08MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 0 streams

    VTS_23 Menus Vobs [2 vobus] 0.03MB -> 0.03MB [not compressable]
    Video: 0.02MB, extra: 0.01MB
    Audio: 0 streams
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Unspecified 0.01MB [enabled]

    VTS_23 Title Vobs [309 vobus] 82.38MB -> 52.08MB [R 0.05]
    Video: 43.14MB, extra: 8.94MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 5.1-ch English 8.34MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 0 streams

    VTS_24 Menus Vobs [2 vobus] 0.03MB -> 0.03MB [not compressable]
    Video: 0.02MB, extra: 0.01MB
    Audio: 0 streams
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Unspecified 0.01MB [enabled]

    VTS_24 Title Vobs [306 vobus] 97.33MB -> 58.83MB [R 0.05]
    Video: 51.01MB, extra: 7.83MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 5.1-ch English 7.23MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 0 streams

    VTS_25 Menus Vobs [2 vobus] 0.03MB -> 0.03MB [not compressable]
    Video: 0.02MB, extra: 0.01MB
    Audio: 0 streams
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Unspecified 0.01MB [enabled]

    VTS_25 Title Vobs [164 vobus] 50.32MB -> 35.08MB [R 0.05]
    Video: 31.03MB, extra: 4.05MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 5.1-ch English 3.73MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 0 streams

    VTS_26 Menus Vobs [2 vobus] 0.03MB -> 0.03MB [not compressable]
    Video: 0.02MB, extra: 0.01MB
    Audio: 0 streams
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Unspecified 0.01MB [enabled]

    VTS_26 Title Vobs [303 vobus] 97.48MB -> 60.06MB [R 0.05]
    Video: 52.48MB, extra: 7.58MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 5.1-ch English 6.99MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 0 streams

    VTS_27 Menus Vobs [2 vobus] 0.03MB -> 0.03MB [not compressable]
    Video: 0.02MB, extra: 0.01MB
    Audio: 0 streams
    Subpicture: 1 streams
    0. Unspecified 0.01MB [enabled]

    VTS_27 Title Vobs [265 vobus] 84.66MB -> 35.82MB [R 0.05]
    Video: 28.90MB, extra: 6.92MB
    Audio: 1 streams
    0. Dolby Digital 5.1-ch English 6.40MB [enabled]
    Subpicture: 0 streams

    12:08:01 File burn_dvdfiles.cpp, Line 1146
    Compile DVD: begin copy 1

    12:08:02 File NeroRecorderBase.cpp, Line 534
    Writing to disc: DVD-R

    12:08:02 File NeroRecorderBase.cpp, Line 548
    Free capacity on disc: 2286316 sectors (2298496)

    12:08:02 File NeroRecorder.cpp, Line 623
    Estimated filesystem size: 688

    12:08:02 File NeroRecorder.cpp, Line 625
    Burn process started

    12:08:02 File burn_dvdfiles.cpp, Line 452
    Compile DVD: burning 2285677 sectors (2282925 required)

    12:08:02 File burn_dvdfiles.cpp, Line 649
    Compile DVD: adjust target size to 4464.21MB (4464.22MB obtained)

    12:08:02 File burn_dvdfiles.cpp, Line 522
    Compiling DVD Volume started

    12:08:04 File NeroRecorder.cpp, Line 1212
    Buffering files started

    12:08:04 File NeroRecorder.cpp, Line 994
    Buffering VIDEO_TS.VOB

    12:08:04 File vob_record.cpp, Line 648
    DirectBurn offset: VIDEO_TS.VOB 32

    12:08:24 File burn_dvdfiles.cpp, Line 1061
    Compile DVD: finished VMG Menus Vobs

    VMG Menus Vobs:
    Original 53.05MB -> Expected 29.78MB -> Output 29.78MB
    Finished error -0.00MB
    Ratio encoded = 206
    Original encoded = 11
    Slide encoded = 0
    StillImage encoded = 0
    Output extra size = 5.51MB
    Source video size = 47.54MB
    Pictures Modified [I 204] [P 773] [B 2048]

    12:08:25 File NeroRecorder.cpp, Line 1805
    Finished buffering file VIDEO_TS.VOB of size 31225856 bytes (15247 sectors)

    12:08:25 File NeroRecorder.cpp, Line 1872
    Buffering files finished successfully

    12:08:25 File burn_dvdfiles.cpp, Line 1061
    Compile DVD: finished VTS_01 Menus Vobs

    VTS_01 Menus Vobs:
    Original 0.03MB -> Expected 0.03MB -> Output 0.03MB
    Finished error -0.00MB
    Ratio encoded = 0
    Original encoded = 2
    Slide encoded = 0
    StillImage encoded = 0
    Output extra size = 0.01MB
    Source video size = 0.02MB
    Pictures Modified [I 0] [P 0] [B 0]

    12:08:25 File NeroRecorder.cpp, Line 366
    Reserved fragment at 0. Length: 16016

    12:08:25 File NeroRecorder.cpp, Line 1383
    Reserved start fragment at 0

    12:08:25 File NeroRecorder.cpp, Line 366
    Reserved fragment at 16016. Length: 32

    12:08:25 File NeroRecorder.cpp, Line 990
    Writing VTS_01_0.VOB at sector 16048

    12:08:25 File vob_record.cpp, Line 648
    DirectBurn offset: VTS_01_0.VOB 15360

    12:08:25 File NeroRecorder.cpp, Line 1858
    Finished writing file VTS_01_0.VOB of size 34816 bytes (17 sectors)

    12:08:40 File NeroRecorder.cpp, Line 990
    Writing VTS_01_1.VOB at sector 16065

    12:08:40 File vob_record.cpp, Line 648
    DirectBurn offset: VTS_01_1.VOB 15377

    12:10:35 File burn_dvdfiles.cpp, Line 1061
    Compile DVD: finished VTS_01 Title Vobs

    VTS_01 Title Vobs:
    Original 534.41MB -> Expected 316.30MB -> Output 316.52MB
    Finished error 0.22MB
    Ratio encoded = 2140
    Original encoded = 1
    Slide encoded = 0
    StillImage encoded = 0
    Output extra size = 30.13MB
    Source video size = 504.28MB
    Pictures Modified [I 2138] [P 8525] [B 21387]

    12:10:59 File NeroRecorder.cpp, Line 1858
    Finished writing file VTS_01_1.VOB of size 331898880 bytes (162060 sectors)

    12:10:59 File NeroRecorder.cpp, Line 990
    Writing VTS_01_0.BUP at sector 178125

    12:10:59 File dvd_record.cpp, Line 402
    DirectBurn offset: VTS_01_0.IFO 15328


    12:10:59 File NeroRecorder.cpp, Line 1858
    Finished writing file VTS_01_0.BUP of size 30720 bytes (15 sectors)

    12:11:03 File NeroRecorder.cpp, Line 990
    Writing VTS_01_0.IFO at sector 16016

    12:11:03 PM #1 SCSI -1064 File Cdrdrv.cpp, Line 1442

    SCSI Exec, HA 2, TA 0, LUN 0, buffer 0x0365F000

    Status: 0x04 (0x01, SCSI_ERR)

    HA-Status 0x00 (0x00, OK)

    TA-Status 0x02 (0x01, SCSI_TASTATUS_CHKCOND)

    Sense Key: 0x05 (KEY_ILLEGAL_REQUEST)

    Sense Code: 0x21

    Sense Qual: 0x02

    CDB Data: 0x2A 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x3E 0x90 0x00 0x00 0x10 0x00 0x00 0x00

    Sense Data: 0x70 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x0B

    0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x21 0x02




    12:11:03 File NeroRecorder.cpp, Line 1337
    Failed to write buffered data of length 15 to sector 16016

    12:11:04 File NeroRecorder.cpp, Line 3072
    Disc info:
    Partitions: 0

    TotalCapacity: 2298496, FreeCapacity: 2298496, Next writable address: 178160
    Number of fragments: 3
    Fragment 1 (reserved, blank), session: 1
    start: 0, next writable address: 16000
    Fragment 2 (reserved, blank), session: 1
    start: 16016, next writable address: 16032
    Fragment 3 (), session: 1
    start: 16048, next writable address: 178160


    12:11:04 File NeroRecorder.cpp, Line 3072
    Disc info:
    Partitions: 0

    TotalCapacity: 2298496, FreeCapacity: 2298496, Next writable address: 178160
    Number of fragments: 3
    Fragment 1 (reserved, blank), session: 1
    start: 0, next writable address: 16000
    Fragment 2 (reserved, blank), session: 1
    start: 16016, next writable address: 16032
    Fragment 3 (), session: 1
    start: 16048, next writable address: 178160


    ----- Begin NeroAPI error log -----




    Windows XP 5.1

    IA32

    WinAspi: File 'Wnaspi32.dll': Ver=4.71 (0002), size=45056 bytes, created 7/17/2002 9:20:00 AM

    ahead WinASPI: File 'C:\Burner Accessories\Ahead\NeroVision\NeroFiles\Wnaspi32.dll': Ver=2.0.1.59, size=160016 bytes, created 12/16/2003 8:18:06 PM

    Nero API version: 6.3.1.18

    Using interface version: 6.3.0.6

    Installed in: C:\Burner Accessories\Ahead\NeroVision\NeroFiles\

    Application: Ahead\Nero Recode

    Recorder: <PLEXTOR DVDR PX-708A2> Version: 1.01 - HA 2 TA 0 - 6.3.1.18

    Adapter driver: <> HA 2

    Drive buffer : 8192kB

    Bus Type : default (0) -> ATAPI, detected: ?



    === Scsi-Device-Map ===

    DiskPeripheral : TOSHIBA MK6021GAS atapi Port 0 ID 0 DMA: On

    CdRomPeripheral : TOSHIBA DVD-ROM SD-R6012 atapi Port 1 ID 0 DMA: On



    === CDRom-Device-Map ===

    TOSHIBA DVD-ROM SD-R6012 E: CDRom1

    PLEXTOR DVDR PX-708A2 F: CDRom0

    =======================



    AutoRun : 1

    Excluded drive IDs:

    WriteBufferSize: 74448896 (0) Byte

    ShowDrvBufStat : 0

    BUFE : 0

    Physical memory : 509MB (521712kB)

    Free physical memory: 224MB (229624kB)

    Memory in use : 55

    Uncached PFiles: 0x0

    Use Static Write Speed Table: 0

    Use Inquiry : 1

    Global Bus Type: default (0)

    Check supported media : Disabled (0)



    15.1.2005

    NeroAPI

    12:08:02 PM #1 Text 0 File DlgWaitCD.cpp, Line 246

    Last possible write address on media: 2298495 (510:46.45, 4489MB)

    Last address to be written: -1 ( 0:00.-1, 0MB)



    12:08:02 PM #2 Text 0 File DlgWaitCD.cpp, Line 258

    Write in overburning mode: NO



    12:08:02 PM #3 Text 0 File DlgWaitCD.cpp, Line 2143

    Recorder: PLEXTOR DVDR PX-708A2, Media type: DVD-R

    Disc Manufacturer: RITEKG - 05

    Disc Application Code: 64, Disc Physical Code: 193



    12:08:02 PM #4 Text 0 File DlgWaitCD.cpp, Line 419

    >>> Protocol of DlgWaitCD activities: <<<

    =========================================



    12:08:02 PM #5 ISO9660GEN -11 File geniso.cpp, Line 3899

    First writeable address = 0 (0x00000000)



    12:08:02 PM #6 ISO9660GEN -11 File geniso.cpp, Line 3899

    First writeable address = 0 (0x00000000)



    12:08:02 PM #7 Text 0 File DVDR.cpp, Line 1921

    Recording mode: Sequential Recording Mode for Multisession



    12:08:02 PM #8 Text 0 File Mmc.cpp, Line 20453

    Set BUFE: BURN-Proof -> ON



    12:08:02 PM #9 Text 0 File DVDR.cpp, Line 2062

    Start write address at LBA 0

    DVD high compatibility mode: No



    12:08:02 PM #10 Text 0 File Cdrdrv.cpp, Line 8128

    ---- DVD Structure: Physical Format Information (00h) ----

    Layer: 0, Address: 0 (0 h), AGID: 0; Length: 2050

    Book Type: DVD-R (2), Part Version: 5

    Disc Size: 120 mm, Maximum Rate: 10.08 Mbps (2 h)

    Number of Layers: 1, Track Path: Parallel Track Path (PTP), Layer Type: recordable

    Linear Density: 0,267 um/bit, Track Density: 0,74 um/track

    Starting Physical Sector Number of Data Area: 30000 h (DVD-ROM, DVD-R/-RW, DVD+R/+RW)

    End Physical Sector Number of Data Area: 26127F h

    End Sector Number in Layer 0: 0 h

    Data in Burst Cutting Area (BCA) does not exist

    Start sector number of the current Border-Out: 0 h

    Start sector number of the next Border-In: 0 h

    Media Specific [16..63]:

    00 30 01 02 04 06 00 00 - 00 08 00 00 00 00 00 00 .0..............

    00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 - 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................

    00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 - 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 ................



    12:11:03 PM #11 SCSI -1064 File Cdrdrv.cpp, Line 1442

    SCSI Exec, HA 2, TA 0, LUN 0, buffer 0x0365F000

    Status: 0x04 (0x01, SCSI_ERR)

    HA-Status 0x00 (0x00, OK)

    TA-Status 0x02 (0x01, SCSI_TASTATUS_CHKCOND)

    Sense Key: 0x05 (KEY_ILLEGAL_REQUEST)

    Sense Code: 0x21

    Sense Qual: 0x02

    CDB Data: 0x2A 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x3E 0x90 0x00 0x00 0x10 0x00 0x00 0x00

    Sense Data: 0x70 0x00 0x05 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x0B

    0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x21 0x02





    Existing drivers:

    File 'Drivers\ASPI32.SYS': Ver=4.71 (0002), size=16877 bytes, created 7/17/2002 8:53:00 AM

    File 'WNASPINT.DLL': Ver=V1.18, size=57344 bytes, created 9/10/2003 12:00:00 AM

    File 'Drivers\PXHELP20.SYS': Ver=2.02.47a, size=17136 bytes, created 1/3/2003 2:02:00 AM (Prassi/Veritas driver for win 2K)



    Registry Keys:

    HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\WinLogon\AllocateCDROMs : 0 (Security Option)




    ----- End NeroAPI error log -----


    12:11:09 File NeroRecorder.cpp, Line 1999
    Burn process failed

    12:11:09 File burn_dvdfiles.cpp, Line 304
    Compile DVD: exit

     
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  2. PimpDawg

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    Wow, long a$$ message!! Looks like Nero 6 is not working out for you. Have you tried these freeware programs to burn the dvd with??

    1) DVD Shrink
    2) DVD Decrypter

    Try these, they will most definitely work!!
     
  3. EMTJay

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    I have used DVD Decrypter to well...decrypt, but never to burn. That was my next move. I'm not going to be able to do it until tomorrow or Monday though.
     
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    Actually Recode and shrink work almost exactly the same. The only difference is that shrink will rip and Recode will burn. In fact the author of shrink now works for nero on recode.

    How big is your hard drive and are you using FAT 32 or NTFS? FAT32 will only handle 4 gig files while NTFS handles around 10 gig files. It almost sounds like you are out of room. So, without compression you can burn while if compression is needed then it can't handle it cos it's out of space.

    Also, are you using a trial or paid for version of Nero Ultra 6?
     
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    BigOrange,
    I thought space might be a problem as well so I cleared the harddrive of all the dvd decryptions i wanted to burn. I now have 40GB free. My harddrives are all FAT32 and I am using a paid version of NERO.
     
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    It wouldn't matter how much space you have on your hard drive if you have FAT 32. It can still only handle small 4 gig or so files. Since you said drive"s" I am assuming you have more than one. I would reformat one to NTFS. If you have stuff you don't want to lose or want to avoid backing up and reinstalling then partition a major portion to NTFS and leave the rest on FAT 32.

    I have 3 hard drives. Only the one that came with my PC is FAT 32, it's an 80 gig, so I partitioned half of it to NTFS. The other two(80 & 120) are entirely NTFS.

    If you are gonna do much video work you need to do this. I can tell you how if you wish, it's not hard. Even if this doesn't solve your problem it's something that needs to be done. There is also an app called partition magic 8 that will do it for you. The free version is all you need.
     
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    I decided to go ahead and post anyway, just in case,LOL. This is how to partition your hard drive from FAT32 to NTFS to do work with video files. Video files are some of the largest files you can work with on your PC and your HD needs room to move around. NTFS will handle 10g files while FAT32 only handles 4g files. OK, to begin:


    1)click on: start

    2)control panel

    3)performance and maintenance

    4)administrative tools

    5)computer management

    6)disk management

    7)right click on the unused portion of your hard drive

    8)click on new partition

    9)you can also right-click free space in the extended partition, and then click New Logical Drive.


    10)In the New Partition Wizard, click Next, click Primary partition, Extended partition, or Logical drive, and then follow the instructions on your screen.

    NOTE-do NOT choose format or reformat, you could lose all your info and have to start all over. All you are wanting to do is split your HD into two file systems. Use 40g for FAT32 and 40g for NTFS, that will be plenty of space to do all your video work on, but make sure you delete all video files when a project is completed successfully to keep plenty of free space..

    If, in your case you have an extra hard drive, then go ahead and reformat using the same method above. Just choose reformat instead of partition.


    As I stated earlier, if you feel uncomfortable doing this you can use partition magic 8. It makes it real easy. All you need is the free version.

    You will have to wait a little while as your PC takes some time to do this function. When done you are ready for the biggest video file!
     
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    bigorange,
    I am planning on getting an external hard drive since I am working with a laptop. do you recommend I just format that to NTFS? have you heard anything on external drive performance through either firewire or USB 2.0?
     
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    I highly recommend it. Read my earlier post.

    Rate is about the same on USB 2.0 or Firewire. Some say USB 2.0 might be a little faster. I have both and I can't really tell a difference.

    Firewire is definitely a LOT faster than USB 1.0 LOL
     
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    Are there any other suggestions as to what the problem can be? I tried to use Nero to shrink down the DVD and store it on my hard drive. And with that I tried to copy the already compressed movie to a DVD and it still did not work. I don't think any of the files were more than 4 GB.
     
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    Hmm...I thought you said that you could copy a file 4g or less, that it was compression that's giving you the problem. Are you using Recode when you say Nero? Are you writing to the hard drive 1st before trying to burn?

    I'll need to look at your log before I can think of anything else, and I'll have to do it tomorrow. Soooo, if you haven't figured it out by then I'll shout back. meantime can you tell me exactly what you're doing? I'm a little confused now after your last post. You're saying you tried to shrink it, why would you if it's only 4g? What kind of files are they?
     
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    I have tried many many different ways of doing things lately. I am using Nero Recoder to compress from DVD-9 to DVD-5. I have tried different ways of doing the same thing. Number one, I use DVD Decrypter to decrypt and save the files to my hard drive.
    Here is where the differences are. I have tried to use Recode to compress those files to burn on to one DVD-R. That didn't work.
    Then I tried a full length movie that was less than 4.7GB uncompressed (Blue Collar Comedy Tour and a TV Show DVD) and they both copied flawlessly.
    Then I tried to used Recoder to compress the movie but store it to the hard drive then use recoder again to burn to a DVD-R with no compression. That didn't work.
    I have made a total of at least 20 coasters. UGH!!
     
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    Ok, I lied. Apparently my Hard Drive is already configured to NTFS. I am so frustrated!
     
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    OK, no.1 get a couple of RW's til you get it going.

    Did you register your Nero recode? It needs to be registered seperately from Ultra 6. Also NVE 3 needs to be registered seperately too. Don't ask me why, but it does make a difference. Also, are you using the newest updated version? I've heard there are some bugs in the newest Recode version. That's why I haven't updated mine yet.

    You are using Nero Ultra 6, right?

    Is it a trial version or did you pay for it?
     
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    Yeah I am using Nero Ultra 6. I bought it retail from a retailer here. It was such a good price..day after Thanksgiving it was $65 minus a $50 mail-in rebate. I just did the general registration...not individual. The only time I did an update was when I realized I was having continual problems.
     
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    Man, that is a GOOD price! OK, what version do you have right now?
     
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    I can't recall right now. I am at work so I am unable to check. It is just a straight install from the retail product.
     
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    Hi there EMTjay, welcome to aD,


    (I was an EMT in NJ for 9 years, twis a lot of fun ~ ~)

    I'm thinking of trying 2 things. First, a structured guide to do a backup. Should we have trouble with that, a top-to-bottom, cleaning and up-dating for your Pc and burner.

    First, your guide.

    Forget everything you've done to date and start from scratch following this - step by step, doing everything it lists.

    DVD Decrypter to Nero Recode2

    Let's try the following -

    We'll need the latest DVDD (released Jan. 5, 2005) -

    http://www.dvddecrypter.com/

    After you've downloaded it, I'd like you to check your DVD Decrypter's settings. Go to "Tools", "Settings", set everything to "Default". Then in the "General" tab change, "Removal Method" from "Normal" to "Aggressive", in "File Mode", "tick" Remove IFO/BUP PUO's." For ripping in the "ISO, Read Mode", "tick" "Remove IFO/BUP PUO's" there also. in the "CSS" tab, under "CSS Cracking Method", choose "Brute Force ~> I/O Key Exchange" and "On Failure" choose "Yes". . IMPORTANT: In the "I / O" tab, in the bottom right, "tick" the box which says, "Ignore read errors". This is an excellent setting for dealing with lightly scratched discs which may cause reading problems. We're now finished with our settings here so click "OK."

    Under "Mode" we want to select File to rip our DVD.

    [bNow[/b] create a folder for your HD backup work. Try to put it someplace where you won't forget it (i.e. C:\All My DVD Work\Dumb and Dumber Meet the Parents Out for a Kill get Eaten Alive.) Now after you created your folder named for the movie - I want you to create inside that folder another that says VIDEO_TS - written just like that, all in CAP's. Here is where you'll tell DVDD to place your ripped files.

    In DVD's main window, where it says "source" browse until you locate your drive holding the original. Where it says "Destination" browse until you locate the VIDEO_TS folder in your pre-made movie folder.

    Are you ready ?

    Good, ~ ~>

    Begin by playing your DVD with your PC's player. Play for two or three minutes then open your DVDD and click on your "Disc to HD" icon - as soon as you begin your rip turn off your player so it doesn't interfere. The playing beforehand is only so that your ripping program can "Find" your DVD.

    When DVDD plays it's "Finished tune," you should be done.

    Next, Open up Nero's recode2.

    If you don't have it, head this-a-way ~ ~>

    For Nero Ultra Edition:

    http://www.ahead.de/us/nero6-ultraedition.php

    For Nero's recode2 - choose the 2nd one here:

    http://www.ahead.de/us/632261771103079.php

    Once it's installed, Open Recode2 and choose "Remake a DVD."

    Now select "Import Titles," browse until you find your pre-made folder, import your folder to recode2. LQQk under the "Main" heading and click and drag "Title 1" (Under Main) to the left-hand side of the window, that is the main movie. Where you see extras" click on those, one at a time, check them in the preview screen to see if you want them. If you wish only the main movie, everything else may be left alone on the right-hand side of the window. When finished, click "Finished" on the right. You may edit anything you wish that's on the left-hand side now. When you are satisfied, select "Burn" ~

    Allow your PC to do it's work unhampered. Encoding and burning is labor-intensive, the hardest thing your PC will ever do and it requires as much of it's resources as you have to give it. Trying to multi-task at this point in time may well lead to errors. We are truly dealing with, "The straw that broke the camel's back." One tiny bit of extra work too much could cause, at the least, errors that can result in a "coaster" (a worthless disc) and at the most, it can "crash" your PC. As you can then tell - no matter what, if you try to "push" your PC too hard you won't have that backup you wanted so much.

    As a matter of fact, if you're a little "short" on RAM (under 512MB) you would do well to consider going to msconfig and under "startup" click "Disable all". Then click "Apply", then "OK" then "OK" again to reboot, freeing up the maximum amount of resources your PC has in order to make easy DVD backups a reality.

    This will not hurt your PC in any manner, it just turns off all those proggys that start whenever you boot up. All your programs will work but will take a second or two to start instead of starting instantly and will make available to your processor the resources it so desperately needs to encode and to burn your DVDs.

    After you click "Burn," for once, LET YOUR PC ALONE ! !

    It's truly too late in the game at this point to mess up what would otherwise be a perfect DVD backup.

    To make sure we're doing everything we can to get a good DVD copy, let's take a second to chat about the discs you're going to use for the job . . . . As for your DVD blank media, THIS IS IMPORTANT. Poor quality DVD blanks are responsible for a host of copying errors and hence, failures. Look for a thread dealing with backup media where we'll discuss DVD media in depth. But for now, PLEASE acquire some of the following. Recommended media for use with this Beginner's guide. Quality media would be Sony, Phillips, TDK, Ritek G04, Verbatim "DataLife", Verbatim DataLife "Plus", Ridata, any media boasting "Advanced Metal AZO", Taiyo Yuden's and generally, almost any discs manufactured by Mitsubishi are excellent bets.. - As I mentioned, we'll go into more on proper media in another thread.. This might be a good time to use a DVD RW. We won't use them regularly because for 1, many DVD players don't play them and 2, they cost too much (Lol). We do want to use them because if we make a mistake, it won't cost us a disc. When we get our steps down we'll then switch to our single-write media.

    Let's go watch some "tube" and have a cup "O" tea while Mrs Computer finishes our backup, Whot ?

    I'm sorry but I'll not have time to wait with you, I have to stop by Block Buster's and grab a flick for tonight while my "lady"and I are relaxing ~

    I'll be awaiting a complete report from you upon your progress,

    Cheers,

    Gotta run, ciao

    Pete


     
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    ScubaPete,
    I have read many of your guides and I was trying to find the one that fits my delemma. Alas...here it is. As I said to bigorange I am working now...so I cannot wait to use your guide when I get home. I will give you a complete report tomorrow. In advance thank you so much for your help!
     
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    I noticed from your log you have an older version. You need to upgrade to at least version 2.2.6.1.

    I was under the impression he knew how to use recode Pete, didn't even think of putting up a guide,LOL. Thanx :>)
     
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