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Slow reading data DVD

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by Playsama, Jun 2, 2004.

  1. Playsama

    Playsama Member

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    Sup i need help,i just burned a 4.5 gig of anime avi files onto a single DVD-R but when i go to watch it the frist eps takes a long time to start and the last eps dont start at all. Im using nero6316 startsmart program to burn it.


    can anyone help
     
  2. sly_61019

    sly_61019 Senior member

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    what brand media did you use?
     
  3. ScubaPete

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    Playsama, Welcome to AD -


    We would appreciate it if you would be slightly more specific - “Loading eps” ?

    Also, please type all in English, Thank you -

    If you would edit your post to correct this we may be of some aid.

    In your title you say, slow reading Data -

    My thoughts:

    Defrag all drives.

    Go through msconfig and uncheck that which isn’t necessary.

    Clean Registry.

    Do not multi-task while playing - you may be stealing too much of the available resources

    Cheers -

    Pete

     
  4. Playsama

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    Hi sorry im not good with englise.
    but im saying that when i go to watch the anime on the DVD-R i just burned the first eps loads and plays but the rest dont.
    Im using PRINCO DVD-R 1x4
     
  5. sly_61019

    sly_61019 Senior member

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    That could be the problem, especially since the last files wont play. Try better media like Ritek or Verbatim.
     
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    More specifically, Ritek G04’s OR “banded” Verbatim.

     
  7. Praetor

    Praetor Moderator Staff Member

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    Even with (relatively) poor media you can still get excellent results -- at a cost. As the quality of your media drops, in order to preserve final quality, you have to drop your burning speed -- all the way down to 1x if need be. If it's still crappy at 1x then either (a) the media is THAT bad or (b) something else is wrong :)
     

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