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Windows 7: DVD RW Cannot complete the burn process

30 Sep 2010   #11

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

i use windows dvd maker, i tried burning dvd rws' the same issue. it worked fine before without any issues, and i did not install any software prior to this problem.

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30 Sep 2010   #12

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

i tried 2 diff disc already and got the same error.
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30 Sep 2010   #13

windows 7 professional & ultimate 64bit laptops

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30 Sep 2010   #14

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Win 7 Home Premium 64bit Ver 6.1.7600 Build 7601 - SP1

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jayrod View Post
i use windows dvd maker, i tried burning dvd rws' the same issue. it worked fine before without any issues, and i did not install any software prior to this problem.
This search will take you to several win dvd maker links here at W7F. The first looks like the tutorial.
Check it to see if you may be doing anything wrong.
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What To Do In Case Of Issues

If you notice any of the following issues, chances are this is caused by an incompatible filter:
  • You cannot put a menu background or foreground video in the custom section of DVD Maker
  • Video appears upside down or distorted when you preview it in Windows DVD Maker.
  • Video is black and no audio plays.
  • Windows DVD Maker stops responding.
  • Audio plays too quickly and is distorted.
  • Audio plays, but video is black.
In this case, go to the DVD Options menu as described in the first chapter. Next to the DVD-Video tab there is the Compatibility tab.
More here:How to Burn DVD's with Windows DVD Maker | Windows 7 Tutorials

If nothing there jogged your memory, and it worked fine before, try to remember how far back, and then do a system restore. It could of been a recent MS update.

You can find it here:Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Recovery
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