Write Error Writedvd 10 11 W2
I spent lots and lots of time and heartbreak (and some money) updating my firmware, my media and even a new drive. always. 4 nonworking discs for tonight. this has been exactly my thinking from the start. http://forum.slysoft.com/showthread.php?t=1797 and this one http://forum.slysoft.com/showthread.php?t=2800 My personal advice, Listen to IHoe, he has this down pat and knows what he is talking about. http://itechnologysolutionsllc.com/write-error/write-error-writedvd.php
Believe it or not. creaky, Oct 19, 2008 #18 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Share This Page Tweet Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log I wiped my download history too. i like cd creator 7 lots and would like to see it back and working.
And don't forget if you have packet writing software on your computer this could interfere with your burning! make sure those changes take place by rebooting. Go to Administrative Tools > Services. I burned maybe 2 dvds a month.
- crumbles, Aug 30, 2008 #13 Joleca Regular member Joined: Mar 3, 2008 Messages: 171 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 26 Along with CCleaner, I also use Advanced Windows Care Personal (Iobit)
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Again, all these didn't work before the crash, then they DID after the crash.Click to expand... Check the list for services that are related to these apps and change them to "stop/manual" or "disable". Any ideas on how I can pull up my history of installs? then a month later you get your error message...
Never look past the obvious! the dvd rw drive is newish (16x bought in late 2006). If windows works good then your computer keeps working good! on the advice of the boards, it is deleted.
New burner: HPdvd1070...22x. so please give more information to us so we can help you better! then reboot! They are more trouble than they are worth.
buy a new computer and start over? http://itechnologysolutionsllc.com/write-error/write-error-at-0.php What movie, files, etc were you burning? as far as i know, all other packet writing utilities are gone as well. Quicktime, miro and itunes were also installed, but used to a much lesser extent.
If that's not the problem it's an easy job to turn them back on again. crumbles, Oct 19, 2008 #17 creaky Moderator Staff Member Joined: Jan 14, 2005 Messages: 31,683 Likes Received: 1 Trophy Points: 96 I had a burner let me down a few years Another problem a lot of people seem to be having lately (with dvd ripping, not sure if it affects burning, but you never know with Microsoft) is due to Internet Explorer this page Also check out your start up programs and processes!
Read this thread: http://forum.slysoft.com/showthread.php?t=1739 If you can't find a newer firmware update for your drive then change your media to older versions! It could be your media! Joleca, Oct 17, 2008 #14 creaky Moderator Staff Member Joined: Jan 14, 2005 Messages: 31,683 Likes Received: 1 Trophy Points: 96 Just passing thru, with what may (or may not be)
This >prevents the burn application gaining exclusive access to the >burner, and sense code errors will happen - every time.
If you have that, dump it and see if that helps. Whatever was causing a conflict was kicked out. something in >operating system and the programs installed are conflicting or is >bogging down your computer and now it won't burn your DVDs! which brings the computer and windows back to being all clean again!
Packet writing utilities such as Nero's "InCD" or Roxio are notorious for interfering with burn processes, as the way it works is to continually poll the burner to check for new firmware is and was current. I forgot about the whole thing and just gave up. Get More Info Of course, CCleaner runs in under a minute..
disc copy speed lower than 4x rebooting after every change. but for now, unitl this is figured, i'll leave it off. cccleaner is a free utility, and seems to work well. If you want to look at my past, here's the link: http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/397172 The solution?
Click to expand... It isn't my media. the problem is finding it and killing it dead, dead. >Packet writing utilities such as Nero's "InCD" or Roxio are >notorious for interfering with burn processes, as the way it works The good news was that clonedvd worked again!
and it didn't work before, before the crash...then it did after i had to start from scratch and reinstall everything. >which brings the computer and windows back to being all clean It could be your drive! I just ran cccleaner, but haven't yet rebooted. So, back to the original question: has anyone isolated the driver or registry item or programs that creates the conflict that cause the feared WriteDVD 10 11 W2 error?
The dreaded error: WriteDVD 10 11 W2 Discussion in 'Copy DVD to DVDR' started by crumbles, Aug 29, 2008. IHoe, Aug 29, 2008 #9 blivetNC Regular member Joined: Nov 8, 2005 Messages: 2,380 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 46 from Slysoft, the people who distribute the software... Just my opinion and I have no conflicts anymore when I got rid of WinAmp. hope things change for the better!
Again, all these didn't work before the crash, then they DID after the crash. Which was painful. because you say : Then sometime in 2007, my whole system crashed and I had to reinstall and regain all my programs. creaky, Oct 17, 2008 #15 Peshtigo Regular member Joined: Sep 15, 2008 Messages: 635 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 26 Sometimes when you install video processing or disc burning programs they
Hopefully if you decide to uninstall Winamp do a clean up again.... regristryfix costs $40.00.