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Longhorns242

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OK, today i was trying to burn VB (Visual Basics) onto a DVD to give to my dad. I use Nero Burn Software. When i try to burn a dvd it says compiling data....Then after that step is done (which is the first step)i get an error saying Illegal Disk Please Insert Correct Disk and Try Again. I have been using DVD-R. I also tried a DVD-DL which is dual layer. Any imput is welcome. Thank you
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Facedown98

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Let me get this straight, you were trying to burn the program, Microsoft Visual BASIC to a CD? If so, that's illegal my friend. If this is not the case, please do tell me, but we cannot aid you in any way if you intend on using our suggestions for illegal activities.
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its not that i got it from work and i am trying to burn it to a cd to install it. My work gives the program out because we get it from our msdn. And i need to burn it to a disk to install it. It happends on anything i try to burn to a DVD i get the same message Illegal Disk Please Insert Correct Disk and Try Again

Edited by Longhorns242, 05 August 2006 - 06:57 PM.

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Use a CDRW and try Nero format

OR

Click start smart, click the word Nero, click update
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Thanks for clearing the situation up for us by the way :whistling:
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no problem
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