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I was lucky enough to have two copies of the same disc, both unplayable normally. This back up was all my photos, programs (exe), utilities, documents, etc. Dell tech support couldn't help. Type the characters you see in this image: Try different image Continue shopping Conditions of Use Privacy Policy © 1996-2014, Amazon.com, Inc. have a peek here

Keep up the great work! Flag Permalink This was helpful (50) Collapse - Unable to play picture files on DVD player by prlipton / August 27, 2011 3:35 AM PDT In reply to: To play a You saved a few good memories on that disk. Your product helps people and you can't put a price on that. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/easy-cd-creator-5-plat-wont-finalize-disc.191424/

by dbr1214 / August 12, 2011 7:26 PM PDT In reply to: Why won't my slideshow burned on DVDs play on DVD players? Post #1962526 Quote Bookmark PanamonCreel Celaya, Mexico(Zone 10a) Jan 08, 2006 Well you said in your first post that you copied the DVD and usually with disc copy the recording is What type of recordable DVD format did you use (+R, -R, +RW, -RW)?. Now donít overlook the really good stuff just because they trample on your fair-use rights.

Your product brought back the files that were on the disc and they were in tact (they play)! Thank you IsoBuster! Most impressive, especially when an ancient avi file can be run FROM THE DISC where others failed to detect anything at all! Fortunately it occurred to me finally that since I was using a cd-r I might be able to recover a previous good version of the file.

I believe the clue to your problem is not your preparation but rather is the audience you serve. Then, if it doesn't work, then I will install NERO BURNER. He went through the whole process without finalizing a single disc. More about the author I hate to spend $ on something that I wouldn't use.

I returned one drive and got a second (same) drive, it did the same thing. I thought I'd just go to the CD's and pull the files, then write them to a new set of DVD's. Rclarke250 didn't notice that the dvds played on some players and not on others. On Christmas Day, I happened to receive a virus, a new one not listed on any of the AV sites.

To say the least I was frantic. I couldn't play them anywhere but your software got them back! This is most frustrating. So I thought awhile and ran the mgps through the Handbrake software to output them in a format I knew Premiere liked--Normal profile, MP4 container, RF=18 (about same size as original),

Now you can test your CD-ROM and set the record speed at about half the CD-ROMs DAE speed. navigate here That way, you will get the most accurate read to an image file, giving you the cleanest burn. I managed to lose some precious photos of two of our children 3 or 4 years ago and I have tried numerous programs to try and recover them as well as Click the Data CD Project button.

  1. by JCitizen / August 27, 2011 8:00 AM PDT In reply to: CDBURNER XP Does Not Burn DVD Video That is was VOB file format that worked best for me.
  2. I wanted to say "Thank you" over and over again, you have a great product, and I get the feeling your company is a beacon of light in an otherwise gloomy
  3. Well worth the $30 investment.
  4. won't finalize disc Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by BaileySydney, Dec 31, 2003.
  5. DELL can't help.
  6. I was sure the video was gone and I would have to redo the whole day.
  7. This was a DVD that was initialized on a home stand alone desktop DVD recorder.
  8. It is my pleasure and with apologies that it took me so long, to do so.

What I did is load the pictures to a DVD editing program...Windows Movie Maker, Roxio, or Nerovision. 2. http://www.pcuniverse.com/3085758.htm Iíve had a Dish Network 625 DVR for just one day and I am already starting to noodle archiving. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Check This Out The disks could not be recognized by any of my Windows systems - none of my Win7-64, Vista or XP Pro machines saw anything when the disks were dropped into their

After cleaning the virus, I backed up my files in Windows XP using the "Files and Settings Transfer Wizard" onto CD, all seemed to go well, I could see data being Now my freshly loaded machine did see and extract the data from the disk. Post #1962496 Quote Bookmark haighr Laurel, DE(Zone 7a) Jan 08, 2006 Not sure that is what I need friend.

Click the icon, Start - Programs - Roxio Easy CD Creator5 - Project Selector, or insert a blank CD in your burner.

I set Nero to the UDF file system for the best compatibility with long file names and paths. I've used Roxio on my laptop, Nero with my first DVD burner, and Cyberlink on my newest blu-ray combo burner, and they ALL work, as long as you use a good Hope this helps. It was a multi-camera shoot and we were relying on the high quality audio from the DVD recorder.

Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Patrick Gottlieb, Uddevalla, Sweden (IsoBuster: 5/5) Thanks Peter. In reply to old photography man • Jan 24, 2003 Hi,Try to download Nero ( http://www.ahead.de - there is an evaluation version). this contact form I was truly amazed at how easy it worked to recover some pictures I could never replace from a corrupted CD.

I had HP Pavillion PC I never sealed my disc to use on another OS and by doing that My OS XP couldn't or wouldn't read the information on the files I havenít figured how to swap the encoder to Lame yet. I actually checked into Roxio website for the platinum version. Mark Peterson, Peterson Aerial Photography Inc., Minnetonka, MN, USA (IsoBuster: 5/5) THANK YOU!!

Thank you. We tried to load the DVD but it showed as BLANK. I thought I had lost all of my work for 6 years. I too have used Nero and is the WORST software that I've ever used.

We searched the internet for data recovery software and looked at many programs. If yes, select Track-at-once, Finalize session, donít Finalize CD. Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. I would assume that I do not have a udf reader installed in the new computer that has Vista or I would be able to read the Direct CD format right?

What an absolute Life Saver!!!! I even took it to an onsite data recovery company and was told that there was no data on the disk at all--not even formatting info. They couldn't be read by a PC either. Add sound or audio track.4.

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