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  1. 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 ?

  2. PS: for anyone who wants to know she is pregnant :D


    WHOA !! >_< you cant blame ImgBurn for that =))


    BUT we could blame you for not reading the instructions on other things :whistling:

    Good Luck to all of you :thumbup:

  3. I 19:23:44 Destination Media Type: DVD+R (Disc ID: CMC MAG-M01-00) (Speeds: 2.4x, 4x)


    from your log file.

    the discs your using use the CMC MAG ink/dye. This is known to be the most unreliable ink/dye thats on the market , very hit and miss.


    its NOT a hardware problem , do as advised above and get some decent blank media and try again

  4. If I may add... FAT32 should NOT be used with XP or 2000.


    it CAN be used on XP or 2000 , but it is better to be using NTFS.


    The limitations are that you cannot have a file larger than 4GB with FAT32.( for those who dont know, a DVD is usually larger than 4GB)


    Most ACER brand machines still come formatted as FAT32


    in the log file the letters on the left side mean, W = Warning , I = information , E = Error . so look for lines starting with E to find the real problm

    W 11:11:51 Drive C:\ (FAT32) does not support single files > 4 GB in size.

    I 11:11:51 Initialising SPTI...

    I 11:12:27 Preparing Image...

    E 11:12:27 File size exceeds the limit imposed by the ISO9660 file system.

    E 11:12:27 Name: D:\DVD\dvd\dvd.iso

    E 11:12:27 Size: 4,377,149,440 bytes

    E 11:12:44 Operation Failed! - Duration: 00:00:16

    I 11:12:56 Operation Started!


    I 11:12:57 Preparing Image...

    E 11:12:57 File size exceeds the limit imposed by the ISO9660 file system.

    E 11:12:57 Name: D:\DVD\dvd\dvd.iso

    E 11:12:57 Size: 4,377,149,440 bytes

    E 11:13:00 Operation Failed! - Duration: 00:00:03

    I 11:13:07 Operation Started!

    I 11:13:07 Building Image Tree...

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