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Can't burn video files to DVD-R

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November 6, 2011 3:03:11 PM

My burner is PLDS DVD+-RW DH-16ABS ATA Device (16x). I'm running Window 7 64 bit with Intel i5, 4 GB Ram on a Dell Inspiron 620s desktop. Earlier I had no issues at all burning DVD-Rs. But all of a sudden when I try to burn videos I get "unspecified recorder error". I used the same brand media as earlier (Sony) and tried many different disks but to no avail. Tried Nero 8 & Imgburn, but both don't work. I can burn the same files to CD-R & DVD-RW. I can also burn data files to DVD-R but not videos & ISO. Tried restarting the computer & updating the driver. Just one time, the disk wouldn't eject & had to use a pin to manually eject. What could possibly have gone wrong? The burner's lowest speed is 6x, so I can't use any speed less than that.
Thanks in advance for your help.

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November 6, 2011 7:47:36 PM

dhamoo338 said:
My burner is PLDS DVD+-RW DH-16ABS ATA Device (16x). I'm running Window 7 64 bit with Intel i5, 4 GB Ram on a Dell Inspiron 620s desktop. Earlier I had no issues at all burning DVD-Rs. But all of a sudden when I try to burn videos I get "unspecified recorder error". I used the same brand media as earlier (Sony) and tried many different disks but to no avail. Tried Nero 8 & Imgburn, but both don't work. I can burn the same files to CD-R & DVD-RW. I can also burn data files to DVD-R but not videos & ISO. Tried restarting the computer & updating the driver. Just one time, the disk wouldn't eject & had to use a pin to manually eject. What could possibly have gone wrong? The burner's lowest speed is 6x, so I can't use any speed less than that.
Thanks in advance for your help.



Video disk is probably copy protected.
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November 6, 2011 8:23:04 PM

I would defrag your hdd,then try it
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