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nero burning problem

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by kier2004, Dec 14, 2004.

  1. kier2004

    kier2004 Guest

    hi all first post so just quick hello
    i think i have a simple question for u lot to give me the simple to here goes
    i using nero express 6.6 i belive
    when i click copy to disc ie)from one drive to another
    it gets the image fine the when it starts to burn it ejects my blank dvd+r and tells me to use either a dvd/rw or dvd-r
    am i doing something wrond
    cheers kieren
     
  2. saugmon

    saugmon Senior member

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    Hey kier2004, what model of burner have you got? Is it formatted for -r and -rw media only?What media are you using?What are you trying to copy? later
     
  3. rroettger

    rroettger Regular member

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    same info just a minute late.
     
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  4. lisamw

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    if your burner only burns dvd-r and dvd-rw you cant use dvd+r/rw disks you have to get the dvd-r/rw disks
    it should tell you in your dvd burners manual what type of disks you can use, it might also be a good idea to check which kind your dvd player will play, some play both and some play only one or the other
     
  5. Modesto

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    Another point to keep in mind... there is a small size difference between max for -r and for +r. If the image was created to max out the size of the larger (-r I believe) then you will not be able to burn said image onto the smaller kind.

    cheers!

    Modesto
     
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    Another point to keep in mind... there is a small size difference between max for -r and for +r. If the image was created to max out the size of the larger (-r I believe) then you will not be able to burn said image onto the smaller kind.

    cheers!

    Modesto
     

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