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Windows 7: DVD-ROM


11 Oct 2009   #1
krys

WiNdOwS 7
 
 
DVD-ROM

Hi guys.
I have already problem with my dvd-rom. I plug my new dvd-rom to the copmuter, it's work everything, but only i can't burn my any blank dvd-r in program CopyToDVD or Nero do someone has maybe this same problem like this?? please help


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11 Oct 2009   #2
WindowsInformer

Windows Vista Ultimate
 
 

Do you mean burning the ISO file? If that, google a program called 7-zip, and right click the file. Hover over 7-zip, click extract files. After it's done, double-click the new folder, and double-click setup.exe.
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12 Oct 2009   #3
krys

WiNdOwS 7
 
 

I mean burning eg. any movies or music by DVD..but when i'm ready to started burning my DVD then I have message in program CopyToDVD " Cannot create file "C:\ProgramData\Vso\~c2c_fl.tmp".Access is denited"
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12 Oct 2009   #4
Antman

 

Perhaps there is a language problem.

You cannot write/create DVDs on a DVD-ROM (read only memory).

Do you mean any of the varieties of DVD burners?
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12 Oct 2009   #5
shuster

Windows 7 64
 
 

You can copy and paste a folder with structured dvd content directly to the dvd drive without any third party program. The structured content will be in the video-ts folder. The audio-ts folder should be empty and need not be copied. No reason to buy or use a third party program. Third party progams like Nero are needed to convert and author video files into dvd content. From what you are telling us the dvd content is already on your hard drive.
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13 Oct 2009   #6
krys

WiNdOwS 7
 
 

I have tried everything what you write and still doesn't wan't to burning
maybe problem is because I need a new software to my dvd-rom Asus??
It's my a new dvd-rom because my old one dvd-rom work rubbish hmm
I had few days ago downloaded a Registry to the Asus but nothing happen. maybe is good idea to re-install a new system to my coputer and then I will see do something will to changes. i heared well from other people i can set up something in Bios but i'm not sure what to changes. Maybe you know?
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13 Oct 2009   #7
Antman

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by krys View Post
I have tried everything what you write and still doesn't wan't to burning
maybe problem is because I need a new software to my dvd-rom Asus??
It's my a new dvd-rom because my old one dvd-rom work rubbish hmm
I had few days ago downloaded a Registry to the Asus but nothing happen. maybe is good idea to re-install a new system to my coputer and then I will see do something will to changes. i heared well from other people i can set up something in Bios but i'm not sure what to changes. Maybe you know?
Second Request -

Please confirm - are you trying to burn DVDs using a DVD-ROM? It cannot be done.

I can only rely on what you say, and what you say is "DVD-ROM".
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13 Oct 2009   #8
krys

WiNdOwS 7
 
 

so if I can't burn DVDs in using a DVD-ROM..I need a CDs only to burning in a DVD-ROM?? or what?;/
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13 Oct 2009   #9
Antman

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by krys View Post
so if I can't burn DVDs in using a DVD-ROM..I need a CDs only to burning in a DVD-ROM?? or what?;/
Please, post a screenshot of Device Manager with the optical drives expanded.

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13 Oct 2009   #10
krys

WiNdOwS 7
 
 

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