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Windows 7: DVD Burning Issues

12 Sep 2010   #31

Windows 7 32 bit Home Premium
Maybe a possible answer??????????

Hi all you frustrated burners

Like you I too had my fair share of frustrations, however,

Nowadays I use Mpeg Video Wizards DVD editor to prepare the VIDEO_TS drawer and then swap over to the Free Vidoes to DVD software to do the burning.

This is the only piece of buring software I`ve found that works on my ACER 7535G
laptop with Windows 7.

It most definitely IS Win 7 that`s the problem. Don`t be told anything different.
If it wasn`t then I too wouldn`t be able to burn, but V2DVD works so good luck.

I`m fairly new, only had a PC since Feb 2010, to the scene since my Amiga 2000 went down if 1990. So Win 7 my intro to the world of PC`s. Not overly impressed but do love that this forum is here to help with my multitude of problems.

If this helps, don`t forget to give me a bit of rep. Bye

My System SpecsSystem Spec
31 Jan 2011   #32

Win 7 Pro 32 bit
Trouble burning DVD

When burning DVD with nero on Win 7 Pro, system locks up...I take that sata cable off the MB and put it on a Promise sata controllor card it burns fine. Tried this on 3 different motherboards, Biostar A760G, A780L, MSI 785gtm-e45 and have had same results..

Does anyone know why I can burn dvd when the writer is attached to the
promise Sata 300 TX4 card and not when it is attached to the sata ports on 3 different motherboards?

Also the writer will burn while attached to the motherboard with win XP.

AMD X2 5000
Sony 7260 writer
My System SpecsSystem Spec
01 Feb 2011   #33


Nero is currently incompatible with Win 7... Will not run at all on my Dell Studio at all. Have contacted both MS and Ahead and they have confirmed this, both urging to purchase the latest version (I tried versions 6, 7 and 9 and still no go).
My System SpecsSystem Spec


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