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Burner wont burn using DVD Flick

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by greene75, Dec 21, 2011.

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  1. greene75

    greene75 Thread Starter

    Dec 21, 2011
    Hey whats up guys. I have a External HP CD/DVD burner with my HP Notebook G71 laptop. I'm trying to burn this AVI to my blank DVD, and if you're familiar with DVD Flick when you go Create DVD it starts the encoding process. Well I go to the encoding process and my external burner doesn't make a sound. It doesn't burn anything. All I see is after the 3 hours is up, there is no data ring on my DVD and just files in a destination folder for the movie. I set the burner drive and everything to F drive.
  2. fairnooks

    fairnooks Banned

    Oct 1, 2007
    Is the right DVD drive selected in DVDFlick? Sometimes there can be virtual drives if something like VirtualCloneDrive is installed and selected by accident.

    Also I think DVDFlick employs ImgBurn to do the actual burning so is that still installed and functioning ok? If you try using ImgBurn independently, can it burn the files in the destination folder and make the DVD? If that works fine then there's something up between DVDFlick and ImgBurn and perhaps a complete uninstall and reinstall would correct the problem.

    You can also choose to create an ISO file (in DVDFlick settings) and then use any burning software to burn the DVD.
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