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Windows 7: DVD Burning Issues

04 Jun 2010   #21

window 7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by rbmorse View Post
You might try entering device manager and finding the entry for your burner. Right click and select "delete," then OK and close device manager. Reboot.

This should cause Windows to redetect the burner and reinstall the drivers for the device and (hopefully) make sure the all of the other required .dll files required for burning are present and sane.

I tried this. but it doesn't work .

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05 Jun 2010   #22

Windows 7 Professional x86
 
 

There's cashe/buffer for DVD burning, default in C: Drive, so you need at least 4.3GB empty space in C:\, otherwise you have to change the buffer to other drive
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29 Jun 2010   #23

window 7
 
 

i use nero to burn data DVD. It said burn completed. but when i open the disk it EMPTY !!
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20 Aug 2010   #24

Windows 7
 
 

I'm having the same issues. I can burn songs, pictures, but not videos. I can't even burn the videos as data instead of as a movie(in DVD maker)I've used a DVD-R, DVD+R and DVD-RW discs, none will work. I'm using an HP Pavillion purchased last November. This problem just started recently. I've tried un-installing the drive, system restore, Windows troubleshooting, etc. Everything that Google has led me to try, I've tried it.
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21 Aug 2010   #25

windows 7
 
 

I recently contacted HP and they would not agree there was a problem regardless of any evidence showing otherwise its a compatability issue in my opinion it must be. I have 3 month old brand new pc with winows 7 and all other software pre-installed from hp ( Also used other burning software. ) and it cuts out during encoding process while burning avi - to dvd, yet run it on xp or vista it encodes and burns everytime. So i no longer burn dvd's but data dvd seems fine or i use usb pen drive, i now have 2 hd dvd players which are div x, and usb compatable and i just don,t use dvd anymore as knowing my luck it would burn out after warranty expires.
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21 Aug 2010   #26
Microsoft MVP

W 7 64-bit Ultimate
 
 

Hello jadedpixie and abp1873, welcome to Seven Forums!





You both need to start new threads so people can/will see your issues and help you; have a look at the Seven Forums FAQ at this link.
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22 Aug 2010   #27

Win7
 
 

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I have had my Blue Ray (BD-0) DVD replaced on my Brand New Studio Laptop by Dell under warranty even though I told them it was not a hardware issue... But they insisted

Since it has been replaced I get exactly the same problem - that is that ST Service Scheduler comes up as having failed when trying to burn a disc... but - THIS IS GOOD!! because whenever it does, my CD or DVD (any formats) will burn!! When it doesn't fail, the disc burn just goes on and on and on and on... and you have to cold boot at the power switch.

Currently though the burn fail is 33% which is expensive and unacceptable when you burn data discs as I do for my home business/sales.

After DELL replaced the disc they contacted me again and I spent yet more online time with them connected to my machine over Net for them to finally tell me - we cannot help any further as this is a driver issue! I TOLD THEM THAT DAY 1 !!!

DELL BIOS upped me, added new Roxio fixes... all not good - no burn software works on my Windows 7 pro, so has to be done longhand each time which is F-ing pathetic seeing as my XP Thinkkpad was perfect with Nero previously.
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22 Aug 2010   #28
Microsoft MVP

W 7 64-bit Ultimate
 
 

Hello Hieroglyph, welcome to Seven Forums!


I say the same to you as the posters above, start a new thread so you will get appropriate help.


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Bare Foot Kid View Post
Hello jadedpixie and abp1873, welcome to Seven Forums!


You both need to start new threads so people can/will see your issues and help you; have a look at the Seven Forums FAQ at this link.
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23 Aug 2010   #29

Win7
 
 

ermm... is a continuation of the thread subject and I posted way back on it too... so am NOT a new member...
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10 Sep 2010   #30

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Problems burning DVD movies in Windows 7 here as well

I've tried two burners. Both have issues. Seems I have better luck with DVD-R then DVD+RW (I prefer the RWs).
One is an LG super multi blue and one is a samsung super writemaster.
Both are SATA so I wonder about that.
I frequently use DVDFAB to burn just the main movie back to DVD so I can skip all the junk and go right to the movie. (works great if you have kids and Disney DVDs.. they put so many ads at the beginning AND I PAID FOR IT LOL!)
anyway, I've tried the built in VSO burning engine with DVDFAB, the mastered windows burn, Nero 10.. something just isn't working like it did in XP.
If I copy the source files back to my old windows xp workstation, I can burn using anything and it reads fine.
Windows 7 ultimate x64 with 4gb ram and plenty of free hd space.
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