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DVD Writing Problem.

by id_866 / November 4, 2007 7:29 PM PST

i am using dual core 1.8 ghz and 512 mb ram system.using sony dvd writer.when i try to write some avi or dat or dvd files to my DVD some video files are not playing properly.it says that file was corrupted.it often comes after writing dvd.evrey time i am losing some files which are not playable.even i changed my sony dvd drive.again the problem coming continuously.tell me solution?and how to write a avi files in dvd by using nero?currently i am using data disc for all files(*.jpg,*bmp,*.dat,*vob,*wmv)how to write divx and wmv files in nero?what's the way?

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Did you use the validation offered by Nero?
by Kees Bakker / November 4, 2007 9:27 PM PST
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If it didn't find errors, the copy on DVD should be identical to the copy on the hard disk after burning it as data file.

You can check it, if you want, by copying it back to another location on the hard disk and comparing the contents with fc-command from the command prompt.

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but i can't copy some files
by id_866 / November 5, 2007 9:52 PM PST

but i can't copy some files

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(NT) Tell what files and why you can't copy them.
by Kees Bakker / November 7, 2007 7:10 AM PST
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Dvd problem
by id_866 / November 9, 2007 5:05 PM PST

I told my problem clearly that whenever i write some video files in blank dvd.it's not playing or i can't copy those files in my system or the system says the files corrupted,after writing successfully.for example if i am writing 7 files means 2 files are not opening like that.this i am getting for all dvd's after finishing writing.tell me solution? thanks

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