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Could not burn DVDs with Click-to_DVD

by kool2t / March 5, 2005 1:11 PM PST

I used Click-to-DVD software on my Sony Vaio (Windows XP) for over a year. The results were excellent. Recently, after capturing the home videos, the software converted video and audio in MPEG but got stuck while creating the DVD image on Hardisk.

I?ve uninstalled - reinstalled the software a couple of times. Made sure there is over 5 GB hard disk space on C: and 50+ GB on D-drive. D drive is where the temporary files are created.

Please help. Sony Vaio support was useless.

Thanks in advance,
Anukool

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Need more space on C.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / March 6, 2005 12:33 AM PST

I'd free up at least 4 times the size of a full DVD disk you are trying to create. That's been my experience and why I leave C drives to be as big as possible so I never see this issue.

Bob

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Sony Support
by NewtoDVD / March 10, 2005 12:40 AM PST

I tend to agree with you about the Sony Vaio support. I
have a Sony Vaio RZ56G and, unlike you, have had no
way to perform one intended use of my machine:
Want to hook-up my newish VCR/DVD Combo with the PC and
transfer a few VHS tapes to the PC and perhaps use
Click-To-DVD to edit them a bit.

Current issue is Click-To-DVD won't recognize the VCR
and therefore no further progress occurs. I tried
MS Movie Maker and Sony Vegas without any luck. Did
contact Sony and their best answer, after giving me
some tips, was this may be a problem---check back
again in the future for a possible solution.

So--having an older Vaio would have been better I
guess......

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