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Sonic MyDVD - Disk is Full


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Shotgun Betty

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Hi there, hope someone can help me. My programs were working smoothly until I had a hard drive failure. I had the hard drive replaced, then re-installed all of my programs. Every other program is working correctly. The problem I am having is with Sonic MyDVD Deluxe Version 6.1.0. I can open the program, import a video file and edit the file. But, when I try to “Save As” Test I get this message - [Disk is Full – file info: path = C:\Documents and Settings\HP_Administrator\My Documents\My DVDs\Test\Test.dvd, position = 0 -19027]

I have 1.5TB of empty space on my hard drive so I know the disk is not full.

The steps I’ve already taken. First I uninstalled my Sonic MyDVD program and re-started the computer. I then did a clean install of the Sonic MyDVD program and re-started the computer. I still get the same error message. Please let me know how to fix this problem. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated

Thank you,

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The hard drive is formatted to NTFS. C:\ is the largest partition – Total space available is 1.81TB – Free space is 1.54TB.
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