Re: Can you brun DVD/CD under Vista 64-bit??
I have solved my problem. Thank you to all who tried to assist.
I discovered a two-pin black cable marked "CD-ROM" was plugged into the
second IDE connector, in pin holes 13 and 33. I have simply removed this
cable and all works great now!!
I bought a new computer system and this was the way it came so I am not sure
what the cable is for (or even where the other end of the cable goes) but I
will try to find out. None of my previous computers have had this cable, or
at least, not plugged in this way, so I am at a loss.
Anyway, I can burn again!!!!
"Dana Cline - MVP" wrote:
> Can you confirm you're attempting to burn from within Media Center? Or are
> you using DVD Maker?
> Is this summation accurate?
> o Sometimes he cannot even enter the wizard because the disc in the drive
> isn't recognized. He gets a message saying to insert a disc.
> o When he is able to enter the wizard, he proceeds through the wizard and
> initiates the burn. The burn fails to complete. At what percentage is the
> progress bar when the burn fails? What is the file type and size of the
> file he is burning?
> o 2 other apps (DVD Fab and Nero 7751) also fail to burn a disc
> Dana Cline - MCE MVP
> "Wylee" <Wylee@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > One simple question, if you are using Vista 64-bit, can you get it to burn
> > movies/cd/files onto DVD's??
> > I can't, I always get errors such as Insert a blank disc, even though a
> > blank disc is in the drive. I have tried 3 drives (currently Pioneer DVR
> > 112D). Occasionally I get the disc to partially burn but it never
> > finishes,
> > it's like the disc can't finalise or something.
> > What am I doing wrong???
> > I have not had these problems under my old Win XP Home. I am using Vista
> > Ultimate 64-bit. I have even tried using a DVD copier such as DVD Fab
> > which
> > has always worked fine, but not for me. Nero 7751 is also not working
> > properly.
> > So please let me know if you are using Vista 64-bit and can burn
> > successfully, if so I may have to try reinstalling Vista 64-bit or
> > something?
> > Help!!!!