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When I once carelessly tried to copy files onto a disk using Windows Explorer I had a similar problem. Page 2 of 3 < Prev 1 2 3 Next > Insert_Nickname Platinum Member Joined: May 6, 2012 Messages: 2,759 Likes Received: 19 blastingcap said: ↑ In any case, I'd prefer Newegg, Rima, or SuperMediaStore. wow. Check This Out

The small files took the grand majority of the time while representing just 1% of the total space used. Quote + Reply to Thread Quick Navigation Newbie / General discussions Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Video Latest Video News Newbie A smaller set of these uses IDE drives; a larger number are SATA. I lol'd. #37 Turbonium, Oct 13, 2012 Cerb Elite Member Joined: Aug 26, 2000 Messages: 17,409 Likes Received: 0 Turbonium said: ↑ Ugh. Continued

Browse to the folder where you saved the video and audio TS files, and click on the Video_TS folder. What do I do now? You can luck up on quality rebrands, but it's the luck of the draw. If you have 8X capable then write at 4X (even better at 2X particularly when writing movies on RW media). #28 C1, Oct 13, 2012 Revolution 11 Senior member Joined:

Rob9920-11-2006, 12:16 PMThey are probally temp files sitting awaiting to be burned to CD. The time it takes to guess at and search for and purchase the right brand of DVD and then HOPEFULLY burn the files to it and then WONDER if it will They'll only work with that version of Nero. My cousin has been in business of real-estate and mortgage loans since the 1980s, and he plunged into computer technology about when I did: He once owned a "Trash-80." Yet, a

Damn straight. with reasonable success. If there are any there they are only temp/shortcuts to the real files and are safe to delete. https://www.storagecraft.com/support/forum/recovery-cd-creation-am-i-stupid-or-just-ignorant The OK button will activate, and you click on that.

beetle Speedy Gonzales20-11-2006, 11:28 AMAh ok then. Discussion in 'Memory and Storage' started by TheDarkKnight, Oct 13, 2012. Am I better converting the files first and then burn them and if so what apps should I use? I've never bought TY from newegg so I can't comment on that.

Open ConvertX, go to Actions>Burn Existing DVD. More Bonuses The files are in various formats (avi, Windows Media, Real) so can Nero only convert AVI's? Ideally, one copy would remain on HDD and the DVD would be backup-only. You don't have anything to fear.

Now it won't burn two more. http://webtrekkie.com/dvd-burning/dvd-burning-help-needed.php Greg20-11-2006, 10:50 AMSee if using Windows Explorer to delete them on the DVD works. The card shows what is on the disk and the two items waiting. doesnt matter so much as i got it sussed how to save photos, and thats all that matters, is saving my records, history.

Use http://dvdisaster.net/en/index.html for optical media. 2. Thanks Y’all Uncle Bob Uncle Bob Quote 14th Dec 200502:09 #2 Severity View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateSep 2004 LocationCA Why not just buy a second beetle:rolleyes: Speedy Gonzales20-11-2006, 11:14 AMAnd depending on what kind of cd it is, it may let u delete the file, if its a cdr, but u wont get the space back this contact form Stamped CDs and DVDs can last decades, but the ones you "burn" on consumer-grade "burners" probably won't.

I expect my TY DVD-Rs to be readable for no more than a decade or so, even though TY is the best of the consumer-grade DVD-R makers when ti comes to Shroomster Posts: 11Joined: Thu Jan 03, 2008 3:43 pm Top Re: really stupid question by JoeB » Thu Feb 14, 2008 5:00 am Shroomster wrote:searched and still searching but I'm I don't think Blu-Ray drives and media will fall in price fast enough for me to burn even a single BD-R.

I'm probably being paranoid, but now I feel like there's something "wrong" with my install, lol.Click to expand...

CD's died when America Online (thankfully) stopped sending them out. When I click on Burn Now, up pops another message saying. Any help greatly appreciated! If you think you might want to burn another copy, then before you do all this make sure that your ConvertX Burning settings don't have the Delete After Successful Burn checked.

Are there models which are rated better or are less error-prone than others? Greg20-11-2006, 01:16 PMThey are probally temp files sitting awaiting to be burned to CD. I have plenty of CD-Rs and CD-RWs... navigate here But the drawback is the time it takes and the limit on how much you can fit on a disc.

I just did a fresh install of Windows 7 using an ISO I burned onto a DVD-R disc. And, Original Poster, Windows CD Writing won't write to a DVD, so when you right click on a file and select send to... [Drive Letter for DVD Writer] you'll have to If so what software is best for this, where can I get it and how do you do it? By HmNtr in forum SVCD2DVD & VOB2MPG Replies: 2 Last Post: 7th Dec 2008, 13:22 New to burning: Am I stupid?

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