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Posted 19 December 2006 - 04:38 PM
I am using new disks right out of the box.
Is this happening after you've used the disk once? I'm not familiar with Nero, but it sounds like it's finalizing (closing) the disks. You need to look for settings for multi-session and/or see if there's an option checked to close the disk after burning, and un-check it. If it's finalizing, you won't be able to add more data to fill it up.
Posted 19 December 2006 - 04:42 PM
Thanks Walkman. This sounds like some good information. I will try your suggestions as soon as I can, which may not be until later in the week.
1. XP's writer will erase discs. I've used it many times.
2. If you have a burner, whether you're multi-sessioning or not, the disc will erase.
3. If you uninstall the drivers for the burner, DO NOT let windows reinstall them. Do it manually with your disc, because it may be reinstalling the same corrupt files.
Try this program.. it's FREE. DeepBurner http://www.deepburner.com
After you uninstall your burner software, just load up the DeepBurner, and see if it takes over.
If that doesn't work, then you'll need to do a registry cleaner on your computer after you've uninstalled your burner software. A good FREE registry cleaner can be found here. Eusing Free Registry Cleaner 1.2 http://www.eusing.com/free_registry_cleane...try_cleaner.htm
You may want to use the registry cleaner before installing the DeepBurner, just so you'll eliminate the possiblilty of your corrupted files still being initiated later on.
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