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I burned a dvd but it won't play in my home dvd player, it players on my pc, my dvd player is a sony DVP-NS330,

my media is verbatim dvd single layer, in the log it says my burner is ATA its not its a sata drive, I had write speed on 16x

Imgburn log

 

ImgBurn Version 2.4.1.0 - Log

; Sunday, 04 May 2008, 10:12:35

; \\****************************************//

;

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I 09:39:08 ImgBurn Version 2.4.1.0 started!

I 09:39:08 Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition (5.1, Build 2600 : Service Pack 2)

I 09:39:08 Total Physical Memory: 2,030,812 KB - Available: 1,337,560 KB

I 09:39:08 Initialising SPTI...

I 09:39:08 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...

I 09:39:09 Found 1 DVD-ROM and 1 DVD

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I 09:54:44 Average Write Rate: 1,464 KB/s (1.1x) - Maximum Write Rate: 2,179 KB/s (1.6x)

 

I 09:59:34 Average Verify Rate: 2,693 KB/s (1.9x) - Maximum Verify Rate: 3,257 KB/s (2.4x)

3 threads now - all have pointed to DMA issues. You really need to fix this. Until then, new logs won't cast any further light on your problems.

 

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every thing seem to be working now, I uninstall the sata dvd-rw and installed a IDE dvd-rw, dma is enabled I just burned a dvd and it plays in my dvd player thanks for your help

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every thing seem to be working now, I uninstall the sata dvd-rw and installed a IDE dvd-rw, dma is enabled I just burned a dvd and it plays in my dvd player thanks for your help

 

 

Hey Juandan,

 

I am having a similar problem with a home Sony DVD player, the DVD drive in my laptop is a Pioneer DVD+RW DR-K17Y ATA Device. After burning the DVD plays on my laptop, but not on my home player. Any advice?

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every thing seem to be working now, I uninstall the sata dvd-rw and installed a IDE dvd-rw, dma is enabled I just burned a dvd and it plays in my dvd player thanks for your help

 

 

Hey Juandan,

 

I am having a similar problem with a home Sony DVD player, the DVD drive in my laptop is a Pioneer DVD+RW DR-K17Y ATA Device. After burning the DVD plays on my laptop, but not on my home player. Any advice?

to be honest I can't really help, the guys on this forum are the experts I'm sure if you post your problem they will help.

good luck

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Hey Juandan,

I am having a similar problem with a home Sony DVD player, the DVD drive in my laptop is a Pioneer DVD+RW DR-K17Y ATA Device. After burning the DVD plays on my laptop, but not on my home player. Any advice?

 

post a log file. we cant help you at all without seeing this

also, have you burnt a disc with this laptop before that DOES play on your home player ?

 

is your home player compatable with the type of disc you used, ie -R/+R/ R/W ?

 

is your source file a PAL type and your in a NTSC region ?

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I have created a thread containing all the information, please see my thread:

 

DVD not playing on PC or Sony DVD player

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Hey Juandan,

I am having a similar problem with a home Sony DVD player, the DVD drive in my laptop is a Pioneer DVD+RW DR-K17Y ATA Device. After burning the DVD plays on my laptop, but not on my home player. Any advice?

 

post a log file. we cant help you at all without seeing this

also, have you burnt a disc with this laptop before that DOES play on your home player ?

 

is your home player compatable with the type of disc you used, ie -R/+R/ R/W ?

 

is your source file a PAL type and your in a NTSC region ?

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I have created a thread containing all the information, please see my thread:

 

DVD not playing on PC or Sony DVD player

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I think I found the answer, I just looked at my manual for my dvd player and it says the player cannot play mp3 format that conforms to ISO0966* level 1/ level2, or its extended format, Joliet, I looked at Imgburn and in the option tab- image option it says ISO9660 could that be the problem

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Sounds to me as the is a printing error in your manual. ISO966* must be ISO9660.

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Sounds to me as the is a printing error in your manual. ISO966* must be ISO9660.

 

Cynthia the error is on my part I missed the 0 out at the end,

so that must be the problem, its my dvd player not being able to play ISO9660 format.

its a sony dvd player I've had a number of years, time for a new one I think

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There are some Sony's out there that won't play writable media, or play them badly. I have one put away, I think a 330 or 350, that wont. All my other Sony's play everything just fine.

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The file is a single avi file, it doesn't say in the dvd manual if it supports avi or not, this is how I burned the dvd http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=4632

 

I know what your saying now, Imgburn does not do a conversion from avi to dvd,

so I have to convert them to dvd before I can burn them with Imgburn is that righ?

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If it doesn't have 'divx' stamped on it somewhere then no, it can't play your AVI file.

 

Yes you'll need to convert it to a proper DVD Video 'VIDEO_TS' folder complete with the normal IFO/BUP/VOB files.

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If it doesn't have 'divx' stamped on it somewhere then no, it can't play your AVI file.

 

Yes you'll need to convert it to a proper DVD Video 'VIDEO_TS' folder complete with the normal IFO/BUP/VOB files.

 

thanks for that, I'm learning

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There are several apps you can use to do the conversion stuff - ConvertXtoDVD, DVD Flick, Nero something or other etc...

 

I'm sure a search here on the forum or on Google will get you started.

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Hey Juandan,

I am having a similar problem with a home Sony DVD player, the DVD drive in my laptop is a Pioneer DVD+RW DR-K17Y ATA Device. After burning the DVD plays on my laptop, but not on my home player. Any advice?

 

post a log file. we cant help you at all without seeing this

also, have you burnt a disc with this laptop before that DOES play on your home player ?

 

is your home player compatable with the type of disc you used, ie -R/+R/ R/W ?

 

is your source file a PAL type and your in a NTSC region ?

 

How can you tell if your source file is a PAL type?

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