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I'm new to this so I'm still learning and here is my problem.

 

I am using DVD Shrink 3.1 to rip a DVD and ImgBurn 2.0.0 to burn it on a SONY DVD RW DRU-820A 2.0c.

 

First off, I can't even get it to consider burning to a DVD-R. Here is the error message I keep getting:

 

I/O Error!

 

Device [0:0:0] SONY DVD RW DRU-820A 2.0c (USB)

 

ScsiStatus: 0x02

Interpretation: Check Condition

 

CDB: 2A 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 20 00

Interpretation: Write (10) - Sectors: 0-31

 

Sense Area: 70 00 03 00 00 00 00 0A 00 00 81 00 73 03 00 00 00 00

Interpretation: Power Calibration Error

 

Second, I tried using a DVD-RAM instead and it went through the entire writing processto 100%, only to give an error at the end and produce a DVD that read as "UNFORMAT" on my Panasonic DMR E85H DVD recorder/player.

 

Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.

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Thanks for the quick response, sorry for the slow response. Here is my log:

 

I 01:31:37 ImgBurn Version 2.0.0.0 started!

I 01:31:38 Microsoft Windows XP Professional (5.1, Build 2600 : Service Pack 2)

W 01:31:38 Drive C:\ (FAT32) does not support single files > 4 GB

I 01:31:38 Initialising SPTI...

I 01:31:38 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...

I 01:31:39 Found 1 CD-ROM and 1 DVD?RW/RAM!

I 01:31:51 Operation Started!

I 01:31:51 Source File: D:\BLADE_TRINITY_EXTENDED.ISO

I 01:31:51 Source File Sectors: 2,109,031 (MODE1/2048)

I 01:31:51 Source File Size: 4,319,295,488 bytes

I 01:31:51 Source File Volume Identifier: BLADE_TRINITY_EXTENDED

I 01:31:52 Source File Implementation Identifier: DVD Shrink

I 01:31:52 Source File File System(s): ISO9660, UDF (1.02)

I 01:31:52 Destination Device: [0:0:0] SONY DVD RW DRU-820A 2.0c (G:) (USB)

I 01:31:52 Destination Media Type: DVD-RAM (Disc ID: Matsushita Electric Industrial CO.,LTD. M01J3003) (Speeds: 3x)

I 01:31:52 Destination Media Sectors: 2,236,704

I 01:31:52 Write Mode: DVD

I 01:31:52 Write Type: DAO

I 01:31:52 Write Speed: MAX

I 01:31:52 Link Size: Auto

I 01:31:52 Test Mode: No

I 01:31:52 BURN-Proof: Enabled

I 01:31:53 Filling Buffer...

I 01:31:54 Writing LeadIn...

I 01:31:56 Writing Image...

I 02:12:09 Synchronising Cache...

I 02:12:11 Image MD5: 73393b501028441ba83e0d4cf24b8886

I 02:12:12 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:40:19

I 02:12:12 Average Write Rate: 1,748 KB/s (1.3x) - Maximum Write Rate: 2,099 KB/s (1.5x)

I 02:12:12 Cycling Tray before Verify...

W 02:12:25 Waiting for device to become ready...

I 02:12:46 Device Ready!

I 02:12:46 Operation Started!

I 02:12:46 Source Device: [0:0:0] SONY DVD RW DRU-820A 2.0c (G:) (USB)

I 02:12:46 Source Media Type: DVD-RAM (Book Type: DVD-RAM) (Disc ID: Matsushita Electric Industrial CO.,LTD. M01J3003) (Speeds: 3x)

I 02:12:46 Image File: D:\BLADE_TRINITY_EXTENDED.ISO

I 02:12:46 Image File Sectors: 2,109,031 (MODE1/2048)

I 02:12:46 Image File Size: 4,319,295,488 bytes

I 02:12:46 Image File Volume Identifier: BLADE_TRINITY_EXTENDED

I 02:12:46 Image File Implementation Identifier: DVD Shrink

I 02:12:46 Image File File System(s): ISO9660, UDF (1.02)

I 02:12:47 Verifying Sectors...

I 02:23:16 Device MD5: 73393b501028441ba83e0d4cf24b8886

I 02:23:16 Image MD5: 73393b501028441ba83e0d4cf24b8886

I 02:23:17 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:10:30

I 02:23:17 Average Verify Rate: 6,705 KB/s (4.8x) - Maximum Verify Rate: 6,984 KB/s (5.0x)

 

Now the problem I'm running into is that after it goes through this entire process and I put the DVD into my Panasonic DMR-E85H, it reads "UNFORMAT" on the face of the player and it says on-screen that the disc is not properly formatted.

 

What I had done prior to all this was use DVD Shrink 3.1 and selected the target device as an ISO Disc Image instead of a Hard Disk Folder. Which is more effective? Which is the better option? If I could get a quick step-by-step, it would be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks again.

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I'm not sure DVDRAM will work the same way a normal DVD-R or DVD+R would do. The player may try to read the disc in the true DVDRAM way and not as if it's a DVD Video disc. (Sorry for being a bit vague, I don't have any real experience with standalones / dvdram etc).

 

Your original power calibration error is due to a hardware/firmware/media mismatch. Assuming your firmware is up to date, you need to source some discs that your drive supports properly. The easiest way to do that is to find someone else with that drive, who is getting decent result.

As such I would recommend you pay the cdfreaks forum a visit. They have forums for most makes of drives.

Basically though, you should look to buy some discs using the MCC or TY (Taiyo Yuden) dyes.

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I'm not sure DVDRAM will work the same way a normal DVD-R or DVD+R would do. The player may try to read the disc in the true DVDRAM way and not as if it's a DVD Video disc. (Sorry for being a bit vague, I don't have any real experience with standalones / dvdram etc).

 

Your original power calibration error is due to a hardware/firmware/media mismatch. Assuming your firmware is up to date, you need to source some discs that your drive supports properly. The easiest way to do that is to find someone else with that drive, who is getting decent result.

As such I would recommend you pay the cdfreaks forum a visit. They have forums for most makes of drives.

Basically though, you should look to buy some discs using the MCC or TY (Taiyo Yuden) dyes.

 

When I try to use a DVD-R, this is the error message I get:

 

DeviceIoControl (FSCTL_LOCK_VOLUME) Failed!

 

Unable to lock volume for exclusive access

 

Reason: Access is denied

 

Options [CANCEL] [TRY AGAIN] [CONTINUE]

 

 

After I press CONTINUE, I get the error message from the first post above, which is why I switched over to DVD-RAM. It will at least take me to the end of the process, even if the product seems to be unusable.

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