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Solved: dvd ddl and burning

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by valis, Jan 14, 2006.

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    valis Moderator Thread Starter

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    Hello, bought myself a sony dru-710A ddl dvd rw, plus some ddl disks with 8.5 gigs of capacity. My system is athlon 3000+, 2.1 GHz, 1 gig DDR ram PC3200 (400 hmz), and am having issues burning to the dvd. The nero software that came with it recognizes that there are 8000 mb to write to, the nero disk info tool states that the disk has a blank capacity of 7.96 gigs, so everything SEEMS correct. The problems are as follows:

    1. I cannot get nero to add more than 3.8 gigs of data to be burned. It gives me a 'file not specified' (i think, not entirely sure, will have to replicate it) error.

    2. In rooting about in the config settings, under expert settings, there is an area for DVD overburning. I thought that may be the problem, and I went to set it from the default 4600 MB to my desired 8000MB. It will not let me do this.

    Anyone have any ideas? I can give a LOT more details if necessary. Let me know.

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    valis Moderator Thread Starter

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    fwiw, I am also getting a "aspi file(s) are missing" error in nero, including after reinstalling it.
     
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    bump
     
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    aaaaaaaaaaand bump.
     
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    don't like leaving things messy, so marking as solved.
     
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