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PROBLEM WITH CLONE DVD

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by hctr3, Apr 14, 2005.

  1. hctr3

    hctr3 Member

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    Here is my problem. I'm using Clone DVD to copy movies to my hard drive. Then latter, I will go back and use Clone DVD again to write the movies to a DVD disk. 4 out of 6 times I tried last night, the program would lock up before it finished writing the movies to the disk. I tried slowing down the burning speed all the way to X1, but it still locked up. It is not them actual files on the hard drive, because I have sucessfully put it on a DVD before. Any ideas?? Thanks for your time.
     
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    squizzle Active member

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    what kind of media are you using? And what are your computer specs?
     
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    Hey - I think I may have solved my problem last night. I belive it was the media. I was using some cheap Comp USA DVD's and then I tried Memorex. 5 straight burns with the Memorex worked fine. I know they are not everyones fav, but they worked ok for me. Thanks for your time.
     
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    Quality media will generally help the success rate of burns. :)
     
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    Never use CompUSA they are really the bottom, had nothing but bad burns with these disks ended up throwing them out.
     
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    sometimes Memorex are good, sometimes they are bad. Kinda like a crapshoot.
     
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    It's funny though. I have used the Comp USA disks with DVD Xcopy with actually really good sucess. Just kinda strange how now when I use Clone DVD program I have problems. But if I want to contiue to write the movies to my hard drive so I can burn them later, I have to use the Clone program. So I guess I'm forced to improve my media. Thanks for your comments.
     

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