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DVD-R Failed Burn

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I was trying to back up a concert DVD I bought. I used DVD Shrink 3.2 to get my Video TS folder. The original file was too big (there was a red part in the top bar). I deleted some components (mostly the 5.1 audio parts) to get the bar to show all green. I attempted the burn twice without success. Attached is the Log. I sure would like to know where the problem is.

 

Thanxx guys for any help,

 

Lonesky

LogFile (13.10.\'11).doc

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Your burner is too old for the new media, I think.

 

You better get a modern drive, they are so cheap this days.

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Get a new burner? That's exactly what I intend to do! Matter of fact, I have already ordered an ACER 3D HD Blu-ray burner (external) that also burn all DVD formats. (This is coming from the U.S.!). Until I get my "new toy", I'm trying to make a copy (for myself) of a DVD on a short loan, & this 2nd. attempt has also failed [see attached log]. While ALL previous attempts to burn onto DVD-R (that's the only media I've had) have not been a problem, these last 2 failed attempts have mystified me. Is the problem somewhere in the Video_TS folder I'd generated with DVD_Shrink 3.2.0.15 ? Or is the log showing/indicating a problem of incompatibility of the media I was using (VERBATIM DVD-R 4.7Gb) & the burning h/ware?

 

Oh, one other thing about the mechanics of this Forum: How do I configure the settings to notify me, by e-mail, when I get a reply? This used to happen before, but anymore now (and I haven't changed anything anywhere).

 

Thanxx, guys, for your help & expertise,

 

Lone

Failed_Burn #2.doc

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Reason: Tracking Servo Failure

Very often indicates a crashed burner.

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Common, experts, give us "neophytes" a bit of clue! What does a "crashed burner" imply? That is has had it, or what? Is this a hardware or software issue? This might help me understand better? IF somebody is sure the hardware has "broken down", then I won't bother wasting any more time with it until I get my "new toy". So, Cynthia, or any other experts out there [how about you, Lightning, you're the "Godfather" of the program!], is this where the problem is?

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I'm trying to make a copy (for myself) of a DVD on a short loan, & this 2nd. attempt has also failed [see attached log].

 

You could do another rip in DVD Shrink and leave it on your hard drive until your new burner arrives. Return the DVD and burn it later.

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