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lazaros

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When i try to copy DVD to DVD without quick copy, when it creates the image stopped at 99% and says burn failed.. why that happens? i try to write them in all speed.. it always stops in the image..

i have the latest version. i want good answers..

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I guess it would depend on the DVD you are copying, is it one you have successfully burned before? Is this a new problem?

Most DVD's are copywrite protected, make sure yours isn't one of these. :tazz:
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is it one you have successfully burned before

yes this is a copy DVD. i want to copy it again. i can copy it with Clone DVD but no with nero.. don't know why.
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i watch the whole progress. well the problem may be with my DVD Rom or it because it's very old! with DVD-Rom the image created in 14 minutes whereas with my DVD writer in 8 minutes.

but sometinhg strange.. while is burning the image the used read buffer is sometimes 0% and sometimes 100%. when is on 100% the speed slows down very much.. why? it goes on 100% 3 or 4 times for 2 seconds..
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