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litebrush 
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5 Jan 2005 7:01 PM
well, after a relentless approach to put things straight and see the " burn successful" message on my screen, after the several outbursts of moderaters, after checking different links here and elsewhere, its a happy ending! funny it may seem, even when all the parameters and requirements were met, it was one last simple thing that caused the error i earlier mentioned, atleast in my system. the dvd-r media would just not budge and the dvd+r does the magic.

for all those who are confident about their system's capability and have met those in this forum and elsewhere, please try with the new hp dvd+r media for a change. it may do the trick in your case too, caution , u have to meet the mandatory needs first. no excuses for that.

thanks for all who helped me.
Jaybo 
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6 Jan 2005 7:30 AM
Well that's good news! Congrats!

Now then, could you tell us your DVD burner Model and firmware?
{:o)
litebrush 
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6 Jan 2005 9:25 AM
the dvd burner is sony (atapi/eide internal) dru 710a. firmware BY01.
Jaybo 
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6 Jan 2005 9:42 AM
litebrush,

To achieve better media compatibilty, I see you do not have the latest firmware Version from Sony.

You may want to try the latest version out by Sony vBYO2:

http://sony.storagesupport.com/dvdrw/dru710adwn.htm

litebrush 
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6 Jan 2005 9:40 PM
i've this version downloaded but not installed as the 12x and even 8x media is in the nascent now. do not want to complicate at this stage.
more, the buffer for the drives is just 2mb and that 's pathetically low for a job like this.

i was wondering how i would adjust my speed to 4x on a 8x media once it becomes popular and would be the only available stuff. the x copy burn engine doesn't carry a mode to adjust the speed of the burner. by default it will go to the max speed of the media. since i've all the time in the world and is not in a hurry to burn
out, pun intended, pls suggest if u have a method to acheive this besides going to the nero engine, which i'd not prefer.
thanks.
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