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Edit Delete MN A September 24, 2013 16:33 burn process failed. LinkBack Thread Tools Rate Thread Display Modes 13 Feb 2009, 12:20 PM #1 melissa_lynn Junior Member Join Date: Feb 2009 Posts: 1 Problems burning with Nero 7 ultra please Several years ago I ran into the same thing on a machine at work that did nothing but burn discs all day. Community-powered support for Nero AG Community Overview Topics Products People Change log Topics All Topics Questions Ideas Problems Praise Updates New Topic Questions All Topics Questions Ideas Problems Praise Updates Get

Posted and Close Nero AG (Account) Your Dashboard Profile Information Email & Notifications Sign out Log in or Sign up Nero AG employees are here to help. Trying to make a copy for someone else. Password Register FAQ/Rules Calendar New Posts Search New Posts From Last 24 Hours From Last 2 Days From Last 3 Days Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced It keeps failing does not give me the summery at the end with all the stats.

Thanks for the advice guys.. Thanks Guys! I suspect you're right; its been driving me nuts trying to figure out why I used to be able to copy movies all day long and now I never get a On a writeable DVD the 'pits' are merely 'burned' areas where the reflectance is low (DVD-RW is a similar but reversible effect).

All posts copyright their original authors. I should just get a new one so I can use Lightscribe and burn labels as I've wanted to.posted by absolutshrk at 8:22 PM on April 14, 2011 « Older Psychologists So you have only 1 drive and so it makes the Image and then Burns that image. caret-downclockcommentemailfacebookfeedgo-to-bottomgo-to-topheartlog-outmoonpencilsearch-whitetwittercoglistusermefi-shirtbracketed-plusdown-arrowhtml-bracket-lefthtml-bracket-rightslashtwo-linesboldclosehyperlinkicon_19502icon_248icon_299italicmedia1media2media4media5media7media8musicnotehideshow Ask MetaFilter querying the hive mind Log In Sign Up MetaFilter AskMeFi FanFare Projects Music Jobs IRL MetaTalk More Best Of Podcast Chat Labs Search MetaFilter… Menu Home FAQ About

And yes, I checked my DVD has no firmware update, but it shouldn't matter anyway, since up until a few days ago I was burning just fine. Which explains why discs written by a failing drive can play OK on a read-write or rewritable drive, but fail on a read-only drive (such as in a player).posted by Pinback Any help is greatly appreciated... So basically, read-write drives are more tolerant of bad discs than read-only drives, and rewritable drives are more tolerant than read-write drives.

Thank you in advance! BTW, read instructions & tips here ... I have Win 7 (ultimate) with Nero 7 Ultra Edition, I've made no changes to my setup, and up until the other day, I had no problem. Link to the error Either way, I end up with an unreadable disc.

Classic Theme. I'm stumped on that one too. Using windows xp pro Using Nero 7 ultra. Bookmarks Digg StumbleUpon Google « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Currently Active Users Viewing This Thread: 1 (0 members and 1 guests) Thread Tools Show Printable Version Display

I'm no newbie to burning Dvd's, I've done it for many years, data, movies, etc. navigate here why not just make an "Exact" copy of the dvd ... Nero 2014, Windows 7 Edit Subject i tried several times to burn DVD (maxell DVD+R) with Nero 12 & Nero 2014 but it says "burn process failed at 8x.........." i have Particularly …The issue with movies (the last time I tried, before this data issue) was that I could burn them just fine, they would work perfect on any computer, but they

However, lately I've been having no luck at all with movies or data - I'll stick with my data issue at the moment because its more pressing. p.s. Ask MetaFilter is where thousands of life's little questions are answered. Check This Out Add a product + Start by typing a product or service name and we will look it up!

Related Questions WinAVI crapped out on Vista Premium 64-bit. Newer » This thread is closed to new comments. posted by absolutshrk to Computers & Internet (5 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite It's possible that the write laser in your drive has burned out.

DVD players, DVD-R drives, and DVD-RW drives all use slightly different specs for the laser wavelength, reflectivity threshold, float distance, etc; the upshot is that writable discs are on the borderline

I replaced the drive and all was well again.posted by zsazsa at 4:53 PM on April 13, 2011 Yeah, that's sounds like the typical symptoms of a drive wearing out. Share Share this post on Digg Technorati Twitter Facebook Reddit! The drive is kind of crappy anyway, is has the Labelflash standard which I guess is so unpopular you can barely find any labelflash media out there anymore; the Lightscribe spec The 'pits' in a pressed DVD are ¼ wavelength deep, so the laser beam travels an extra ½ wavelength overall & the detector sees a 180° phase shift (which, in effect,

Sorry, that product doesn't exist in our system yet. but this is what its say I go to copy dvd Create image for burning Create image completed sucessfully Burn process started at 16X Invalid block address Burn process failed at Create a new topic About this Question 36 Replies 0 Promoted Responses 12 People Participating Official Representatives Nero Official Rep Products & Services Nero Burning ROM + Nero Express Adding... I got weird errors in the burning software, burned discs not working, etc.

You'll need to enable Javascript and cookies to participate. Just out of curiosity what is your Blank Media Brand ? Share Share this post on Digg Technorati Twitter Facebook Reddit! 13 Feb 2009, 01:28 PM #2 gonwk Lord of Digital Video Join Date: Dec 2005 Posts: 1,500 Can someone help?

Sometimes I get the error right away "Could not perform start of Disc-at-once", other times I get it at the very end "Could not perform end of Disc-at-once". TRY 8X speed.