Data CD burning problem with my DVD Rom

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When I try to burn a data Disk with the Nero software in my DVD ROM, it burns some space on the disk. After burning some space in the disk, the DVD ROM automatically ejects the disk. Then a message shows, "data error unable to handle all files".

If I burn video or MP3 disk with same DVD ROM then there is no problem. I tried with different versions of Nero software to solve the problem but nothing happened. How can I solve the problem?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #112291

Data CD burning problem with my DVD Rom

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It's hard to pin point exactly what the problem is, but here's a few suggestions that might help you make a successful burn:

  • Enable test mode in Nero. This will simulate a DVD write process but will not write any actual data on the DVD disk. Hopefully, you will be able to pinpoint where the problem occurs without having to waste DVD media.
  • Burn the data files to Image (.nrg, or .iso). Once Nero succeeds in creating the image file, you can then burn this image file to disk.
  • Reduce the number of folder hierarchy, in the folder structure of the data you are writing to disk.
  • Try burning using a different CD writing application. There are several freeware CD/DVD burning applications out there such as ImgBurn or CDBurnXP. But be sure to uninstall Nero first before trying other CD/DVD burning applications.
Answered By 10 points N/A #112292

Data CD burning problem with my DVD Rom

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Hello,

Problem with DVD ROM while burning, you must check the file you are burning from the CD. Then check the memory of the CD, if it suits the music or file. Then check the CD if it is DVD compatible for the DVD ROM or may be the CD as a data install.

Check the DVD ROM, if it can read or may be able to burn a data into the CD or DVD if there is a compact disk re-writable and then try to check the DVD ROM in the BIOS, if properly connected to the motherboard. Then enable the device from BIOS.

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