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There are many reasons the disc might not be read in different DVD players from disc manufacturer to disc type used (+/- R) to session closing on some players to the The instructions you give are just regurgitated from the help files anyway. It'll open Group Policy Editor. 2. My system is a Dell XPS-M1330 running (alas) Vista Business SP2. this contact form

The music length and slide show length are identical (I checked the "Change slide show length to match music length" box) Losing my hair-help would be appreciated! All this happened when i upgraded to Vista. Now go to: User Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Windows Components -> Windows Explorer 3. Your initial reply indicative of "my article is perfect and lists all the information you need idiot, read it again as you're obviously doing something stupid and out of the ordinary"

This will put an Open with... Z7_3054ICK0KGTE30AQO5O3KA30N0 hp-concentra-wrapper-portlet Actions ${title} Loading... It will then show you a picture of the video (preview), so just click NEXT It will then begin to ENCODE, so just leave it to go by itself, it might Uninstall and reinstall drivers Sometimes a device driver may become corrupt even during normal use.

Windows will notify you that restarting is necessary. Lost 3 discs after trying three scenarios. Andreas. successfully burn, but then again its not save in the dvd.

I found a solution! Im buying a mac. I would expect the 'wizard' to take the user through all the necessary steps, and not to leave one mid-process. 0 LVL 76 Overall: Level 76 Message Active today Author We CAN'T. (Gee, I don't sound bitter or anything, do I?

I've tried working through the instructions at the top. With a DVD inserted, without a DVD inserted, nothing happens. I select the file, click on Burn, a dialogue box comes up and I select CD, then I click Burn a second time and the Copy Window comes up but does Got myself a cheap secondhand PC, nuked the 40 gig HD and installed XP and a new DVD drive.

Axes around image How to replace 8-sided dice with other dice Would the Ancient One have defended the Earth from a Chitauri invasion in the Avengers absence? The guage to show you how full your disc is getting is alone enough reason to prefer it over the built in Vista functionality. Same thing a while back with Windows 8 0 LVL 90 Overall: Level 90 Windows 10 19 Message Active today Expert Comment by:John Hurst2015-10-26 Comment Utility Permalink(# a41124146) I set Thank you Reply Mike says: May 28, 2009 at 12:44 pm Continued from last above post, When i insert my mastered DVD-R into my DVD player, the DVD player reads "no

Seems like I can't - he will have to choose "mastered" each time. http://findthemes.net/windows-vista/windows-vista-updates-not-working.html Reply Brent Trahan says: May 28, 2009 at 12:54 pm What format are you burning the audio/picture slideshow to the DVD? If you do want to use ‘Live File System', clicking on the Change version link will allow you to change the version of the UDF file system that you want to i have had one work out great, the rest i play in my dvd player have this funky picture/pixels that look like a cartoon or something, im i using the wrong

I wasted so much money, it's agitating just to remember. Reply Nic says: February 28, 2010 at 8:36 pm The program Phototag Express was causing the problem for me. My dvd player says error. http://findthemes.net/windows-vista/windows-vista-theme-not-working.html I follow your instructions for burning a mastered DVD, but the dvd will not play on my (or anyone else's) DVD.

The DVD player did nothing in the circumstance originally described. 0 LVL 76 Overall: Level 76 Message Active today Author Comment by:GrahamSkan2015-10-25 Comment Utility Permalink(# a41112784) I will now try HP Customer Support Support Home Products Software and Drivers Forums Contact Support Search Select your Model Let HP find my products Identify now HP can identify most HP products and recommend Highlight each listed driver one at a time and press the Delete key.

When i follow the steps to burn a dvd, vista tries to format it, then all goes to hell.

Reply Brent Trahan says: July 8, 2007 at 6:05 am You're doing something wrong. Ask the community! This morning I put a fresh new DVD in the drive and clicked on in in Windows Explorer. HP-branded media is available from HP.com.

and combine photos and videos together to preserve your memories." Link: http://www.techisky.com/software/dvd-creator-windows-10.html 0 LVL 91 Overall: Level 91 Windows 10 7 Message Active today Expert Comment by:nobus2015-10-26 Comment Utility Permalink(# Start About FAQ Blogroll Shop ← 25 Shortcomings of Microsoft Vista OS - A good reason to choose GNU/Linux … links for 2006-12-24 → ITsVISTA Tip 10: How to Burn a Windows Vista will now scan your system for hardware and install default drivers for anything that requires drivers at this time. his comment is here Reply Jack says: April 26, 2009 at 10:02 pm Hi I used my laptop to burn a life file system dvd.

Discussions cover Windows installation, driver problems, crashes, upgrading, service packs, and other Windows Vista-related questions.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion DVD burning problems? A DVD that's playable by a DVD player needs to be formatted a specific way. Join and Comment By clicking you are agreeing to Experts Exchange's Terms of Use. My guess is that this has to do with Explorer and any other directory software that I've used (they have the same problem) suffering from some kind of memory buffer over-run.

You’re the first of over 100,000 people viewing this guide to tell me it doesn’t work." What an entirely arrogant reply! I am not the only one either, I ordered this computer through work since my boss was updating his computer as so was a couple of co-workers and they are having Some DVD players are picky about that. They dragged the file to the disk, which added it to the index, but they never did the final Burn process to create the CD, so of course the files don't

Also, higher speeds often results in unreliable burns. I can play files from it right after I burnt the dvd but when I took it out and put it in again it wont read the dvd. Some low-quality discs may not work properly in HP notebooks. mastered format.

A mastered CD or DVD can be read by most DVD players. Parts of the disk are encoded and won't copy. But that wasn't the immediate cause of the problem. How should I format my slideshow to make it compatible with playing in a DVD player once mastered?

Reply Brent Trahan says: March 13, 2009 at 8:24 am Nope. It allows you to schedule tasks (actions) on a recurring basis, such as hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, at log on, at startup, on idle, etc. There you just copy and paste the file onto it. Reply Jeff says: September 18, 2009 at 11:57 am I think I have the same problem jackie reported on February 14, 2009 at 1:24 am.

I now have 2 disks that will not play in either of my home DVD players. Your computer has to finalize a few things before it can eject the disk.