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Old May 16th, 2010, 02:43 PM
kimsland kimsland is offline
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THANX but the windows dvd maker is very slw
I am aware of this issue that the burning may fault, but Windows DVD Player may work.

Burn a CD or DVD can also be done in Windows Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/w...ndows-Explorer.

I am not aware of your burning software (unknown) has compatibility issues with your drive. But obviously your 3rd party software is not required.

The issue of slowness could be due to an older (internal?) optical drive of yours, not originally made for burning with Windows 7 (Reading ok)
I feel the best answer you will receive is to purchase an external (new) DVD Burner, that plugs into USB ports.
This is very common for users of laptops, where their internal optical drive sometimes cannot even read burnt discs.

Another option was to try burning in Safe Mode (but not with your 3rd party burning program > of which can be uninstalled as useless with your drive and Windows 7)

That's what I'd do
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Old May 16th, 2010, 03:16 PM
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BUT AS IVE STATED IT USE TO BURN BRILLIANTLY B4 I RE INSTALLED ANOTHER WIN 7, so i dont really know why it doesnt now, i thought win 7 was win 7, but obviously there all diff mine is home prem as the original, very strange
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Old May 16th, 2010, 03:23 PM
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Yes there are differences in Windows 7 versions.
Including "Compatibility Mode" with old versions of Windows (regarding programs)

Yours being still absolutely unknown. Is it Nero? If it is I'd suggest the Nero CleanTool
Personally I only use Free ImgBurn, but if I had Windows 7 I'd be putting up with the slow burn, or purchasing the external drive

Windows 7 is all new and fresh still. SP1 is expected later this year, that may even help
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Old May 16th, 2010, 06:37 PM
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Can you burn a downloaded movie with imgburn, ive never tried that 1 yet
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Old May 16th, 2010, 10:39 PM
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They have an official Guides area HERE
Some of which are listed below

How to create a double layer DVD Video image file using ImgBurn
How to write a DVD Video double layer disc using ImgBurn
How to create a single layer DVD Video image file using ImgBurn
How to write a Blu-ray Video disc using ImgBurn
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Old May 16th, 2010, 10:46 PM
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Can you burn a downloaded movie with imgburn, ive never tried that 1 yet
bootleg movies !!thats your problem the royaltly gods "trojan" must be on you computer
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