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cathynwl

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i was burning dvd's fine and now all of a sudden it spits out the dvd before it closes it. it gets to 98% and says it's finishing but then it spits it out and says it's finished. it plays on my pc but not on my tv dvd player.
 

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Yeah, it's definately not finalizing the disc. Have you made any changes to your machine prior to the problem?
 

cathynwl

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i downloaded a program the other day - something that ripped dvd's - can't remember the name. i only did it because i had a home made dvd that i couldn't get the video off of and onto my pc. i deleted the program. do you think it changed my settings and how do i get it back to normal
 

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OK. I would suggest two things:

1) use another dvd burning program. (What do you use now?)

2) if you do not have access to another program, try using system restore points
 

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i use the program that came on my pc - windows dvd maker. i just deleted another program that i downloaded recently and when i did - it said it was deleting a high speed dubber. haven't tried it again but maybe that was it?
 

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i found out that it was not my burner - it was the video i was trying to burn. thanks for your help, though.
 
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