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Discussion in 'DVDR' started by notenut, Apr 24, 2005.

  1. notenut

    notenut Member

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    this is the message I get when I get to the point that I should be burning everything went fine till then HELLLLP ME PLEASE
     
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    what program?? what drive?? what disc you using?? you havnt given us anything to go on

    generally this occurs because either a)you havnt put a disc in
    or b) you reached the burning point before the drive recongised the disc (so slow down and let it spin up first)
    or c)you using the wrong media for your drive
    or d)your using the wrong media for the file your trying to burn
     
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    I have hp dvd-r I am using the dvd decrypter and dvd srink recomended here in the fourm the drive ??? Im not sure what you mean...it seems like maybe
     
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    I have hp dvd-r I am using the dvd decrypter and dvd srink recomended here in the fourm the drive ??? Im not sure what you mean...it seems like maybe
     
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    My guess is that you are using a burner that only burns +R or +RW discs and you are trying to use -R or -RW discs. Is this correct?
     
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    I am using dvd+r x8
     
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    what is the model of your burner? What brand of disc are they?
     
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    the burner I have is a Mashita....lol....no really....the disc that I have are hp...thank you
     
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    Need more info! My burner is a LiteOn and I use Ritek discs. The type of answer I am looking for is that "my burner is a LiteOn LDW-811S and the discs I am using are Ritek G04 DVD-R."

    To find out what ID code your discs are there is a program called DVD Identifier. For instance, Memorex discs are not made by Memorex. They just buy them and put their label on them.
     
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    did I miss somthing....the burner I have is Mashita UJDA760 yes thats what is is called and the dvds that I have are hewlett packard [HP}
     
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    put a disc in your drive, reboot computer, then try again....what happens??
     
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    matshita...it came with the Great Qulity notebook computer I bought at Frys eletronics here in california(san jose)
     
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    what happens if you put a disc in your drive, restart your computer, then try to burn??? does it work???
     
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    I have rebooted reinstalled relocated it just gets to the final step and then that message....the movie is on my hard drive decryped and srunk...Im sure its just somthing I dont get but I have faith it will happen...
     
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    I believe the drive you have listed Matshita UJDA760 does not support DVD writing. It is a DVD-CDRW combo drive. If you have Nero open the info tool and see what media your drive supports
     
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    Matshita UJDA760= 8xDVD+R 4xDVD+RW 2.4xDVD+R DL 8xDVD-R 4xDVD-R 24xCD-R 24xCD-RW

    is your computer a laptop??? what are the specs?? ram, hard drive free space, op system??
     
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    I did some research and nothing I found says that the Matshita UJDA760 will burn DVDs, just CDs. So I must agree with Arniebear here.
     
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    Thanks squizzle, the research I did pointed towards this drive not being able to burn dvd's, but I could be wrong.
     
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    i stand corrected, last time i believe everything google throws up :)
     

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