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Problems with burning on NERO

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by Dopey, Aug 1, 2003.

  1. Dopey

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    I just bought version 5.5.10.42. I used the guide Oriphus suggested. I set it up using the UDF/ISO path. I had no problems until the very end after it had completely burned. Then I got the following errors. 1)invalid block address, 2)no seek complete, 3)could not perform end of disk-at-once, 4)burn process failed at 2X. Am I setting something up wrong or did I just have a dud disk? I read Oriphus's conversation with DarkmanX, is that the same problem I'm having?
     
  2. Oriphus

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    In the case of an invalid logical block address, the sense data information field shall be set to the logical block address of the first invalid address.

    It may still work on a standalone even though you got that error.
     
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    It won't even work on my computer
     
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    It starts to play and then immediatly locks up my computer or stand alone.
     
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    Change the ISO level to level 1 and see what that does.
     
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    Thanks Oriphus. I'll give it a try and let you know in about half an hour if your still on.
     
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    I might be on - its 3.07am here lol. If you cant get it to work, try the free download of Record Now. You can get it and the user guide form the link in my signature.
     
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    Well Oriphus, no luck. I've tried ISO 1 and 2, I've tried different Media, and I've tried using the Video function instead of the ISO/UDF. I keep on getting the same error messages. It's wierd because when I downloaded the NERO demo I didn't have this problem, only when I went out and bought the product. Do you think I need to reload the software? Maybe have a bad copy? Any other suggestions. I'd like to figure out with NERO since I spent the money to get it. Any more help is always appreciated.
     
  9. Rotary

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    hi

    your image size is 4.37 ??? not bigger?

    Thx...
     
  10. Dopey

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    I don't understand what you mean by image size. I never saw a selection area for that in NERO.
     
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    hi

    when you load your vobs into nero it wil show you at the bottom a BIG bar telling you the size! if bigger you will get problems!
     
  12. ABMone

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    i know everyone loves to use udf/iso mode but have you just tried it in dvd-video

    i still do it this way and they work in my 2 dvd players and ps2
     
  13. Oriphus

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    Yeah, it does work in DVD VIdeo, i have done it like that myself, but a lot players dont seem to like it. Dont know why really.
     
  14. Dopey

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    Alright guys. I am getting fustrated. I can get it to work with DVD+RW. I am still getting the same messages when using DVD-R media. I've tried two different companies. Memorex(2X) and COMPUSA(1X). I get the same error messages with both. I'm not going more than 4.3 gigs on the size bar either. Any other suggestions.
     
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    Just one thing that wasn't clear to me...... did you try downloading RecordNow? We've seen it fix one Nero issue already this week.
     
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    hi

    what is the nero issue it fixes ???

    Thx...
     
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    It actually works lol
     
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    hi

    sorry i am lost here is there an issue or not as i have not yet come accross one, my burns work perfect in nero!

    Tx...
     
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    Hey Rotary. We're not saying that Nero doesn't work; we've just found some people who have wierd burning problems with Nero have them solved by using RecordNow.
     
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    hi

    kool! thx all....

     

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