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Pioneer A05 & 105

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by Dave_UK, Jan 23, 2003.

  1. Dave_UK

    Dave_UK Member

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    my Pioneer 105 will Not Play any DVD -R/-RW On Yakai dvd V560 it is almost the same as the Mustek V560
    has anyone had this prob
    it started to work fine with the -RW
    but just stoped working, i have tryed dvd-r's
    and they don't work
    HELP ME PLEASE
    i am pulling my hair out
    and thinking of taking the DVD Writer back, and sticking to SVCD
    thanks
     
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  2. HomerJ

    HomerJ Moderator Staff Member

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    Dave_UK,

    I'm a bit confused by your post (I'm sure it's me)

    Where does the Yaki dvd V560 come into it ?

    Is this a settop box ?


    The Pioneer A105 is an excellant burner (wish I had one).

    What burning software are you using. If this is a new install, one very good piece of advise.

    ASSUME NOTHING !!!

    This means just because it's brand new does'nt mean it will "work out of the box".

    Answer my questions, and I'll do my best to help.

    HomerJ
     
  3. Dave_UK

    Dave_UK Member

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    sorry
    yes it is an under the tv DVD player
    it was all working fine when i first got it, then it just stoped playing any kind of dvd rip, it will play vids encoded from neo dvd onto a -RW DVD and thats it

    i have tryed the read me's like using smartripper or dvd decrypter then ifoedit and finish off with nero, i have just tryed Easy CD Creator 5 Platinum with the new xp update
    but still no dvd backup, even dvdxcopy will not do it

    i know that this under the tv player will play -R & -RW disk's, and it did

    i am just stumped as to what is the best way to backup my dvd's, If you or anyone else can help with an idiots guide from start to burn it would be very very helpfull, and i mite have some hair left LOL

    Thank You
     
  4. hundrakg

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    hello......
    ok do this:
    ripp with dvd-decrypter in file mode,,open the original .ifo file with Ifoedit 0.91,,then click on Vobextras and the directory should be a new folder,,choose your language and subtitle and strip it ,,check all the "vobld" and then just hit tha button strip it,,this will take 15 minutes,,,then finally hit the button get VTS sectors and klick on ok on every question u get and then its ready to burn..i always use Nero 5.5.9.17 and burn it in Video mode,,,then drag your files that ifoedit 0.91 created for u,,it should be:4-5 .Vob files,,2 .Bup files and 2 :Ifo files...
     
  5. Frostbite

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    If u can take your standalone player back then I'd strongly advise that u do and buy a pacific from asda, probably cheaper than what you have now and has a three year warranty (£59.99) i think. I had a mustek and have a pioneer 105. I no longer make coasters.

    Frostbite
     
  6. Discmania

    Discmania Active member

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    I agree - it's your DVD player that's the problem.
     
  7. herbsman

    herbsman Moderator Staff Member

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    The Pacific 1002 stand alone DVD Player is being sold by Asda for £45 at the moment : )

    Plays everything my mates have had off me & they are well happy (all for under £50)

     
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    Oriphus Senior member

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    People, do you know u are replying to an 8month old post?? lol
     
  9. Dave_UK

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    thanks to everyone's help, but it was just a click away from all my prob's
    just in case anyone else is reading this TURN OFF THE JOLIET in the iso section and all the relax iso restrictions
    thats has been my my prob from day one

    anyone want some table coasters (going cheap)
    LOL

    Thankyou All
     

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