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Old 2 Feb 2003, 03:57 AM   #1
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A new version of Nero is out and many people appear to be advising the use of the DVD-Video burn mode now

Can someone please explain the difference between using UDF, UDF/ISO and DVD-Video mode please. I have always been advised to use UDF/ISO with Nero - are there playback quality or compatibility issues between the three modes? Should I move to using DVD-Video?
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Old 2 Feb 2003, 05:23 AM   #2
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Although I don't have first-hand experience in this regard, logic would seem to dictate that if the NERO publishers saw fit to add a new, SPECIFIC "DVD-Video" burn mode, that would be the appropriate mode to burn DVD videos...
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Old 2 Feb 2003, 05:25 AM   #3
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The DVD-Video mode has been there a while now and well before the current release. I guess I just want to know what the difference is between the modes so I can make an informed decision on what to use
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Old 3 Feb 2003, 01:40 AM   #4
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Dump Nero, all the modes causes different compatability issues with different players.
try a different burning program.
Disks burned with the latest version of nero DVD Video mode no longer play on a player which played perfectly disks burned with the previous version of Nero in the same mode etc; etc; etc;

Really be brave try something else, it worked for me.
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Old 3 Feb 2003, 02:35 AM   #5
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if ur using nero burn in udf/iso mode, dont forget to add the
AUDIO_TS folder,
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Old 3 Feb 2003, 12:23 PM   #6
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I have replied to the same q
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Old 3 Feb 2003, 10:18 PM   #7
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Having asked around the concensus seems to be the following -

1. If you have the Sony burner or Player- ditch Nero and go for the other products

2. Latest version of Nero works fine with most (except Sony) burners/players

3. Always use UDF/ISO mode as this uses UDF 1.02 which is the most compatible format. DVD-Video uses 1.05 which causes problems with some players (I have yet to test mine)

4. There are no quality advantages in any of the formats, just compatibility, so if you are burning for your own player only find a burner/format combination that works and stick to it!
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Old 4 Feb 2003, 01:05 AM   #8
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HELP!!!
I've been trying to follow every post and trying to get a DVD to burn, I've installed the new Nero55107, tried all sorts of media, right up to Mitsui's! But still getting Burn errors, even trying at 1x!

I have a
K7 Master w/ AMD Athlon(tm) processor 1.4 GHz
Award Modular BIOS v6.00PG, 01/14/02
Win 2000 5.0 (Build 2195)
Drives
55.90 GB, 111.79 GB, 111.80 GB.
Memory-512 MB (18% Utilized)

Driver info installed, maybe a problem?
Drive Information
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Drive : SONY DVD RW DRU-500A
Type : DVD-R/RW Combo Drive
Firmware Version : 1.0f

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Adapter 1
---------
Description : Primary IDE Channel
Driver
Description : System32\DRIVERS\atapi.sys
Company : Microsoft Corporation
Version : 5.00.2195.5376
Description : IDE/ATAPI Port Driver
Attached Devices
Description : Master: WDC WD600AB-22BVA0
Type : Disk Drive
DMA : On
Description : Slave: WDC WD1200BB-00CAA0
Type : Disk Drive
DMA : On

Adapter 2
---------
Description : Secondary IDE Channel
Driver
Description : System32\DRIVERS\atapi.sys
Company : Microsoft Corporation
Version : 5.00.2195.5376
Description : IDE/ATAPI Port Driver

Attached Devices
Description : Master: SONY DVD RW DRU-500A
Type : CD-Rom Drive
DMA : On
Autorun : On

Adapter 3
---------
Description : Adaptec ATA RAID 1200A Controller
Driver
Description : System32\DRIVERS\ata1200a.sys
Company : Adaptec, Inc.
Version : v1.0
Description : ATA1200A Miniport Driver
Attached Devices
Description : ID 0 (0): Adaptec ATA-1200A RAID 01.05
Type : Disk Drive


Software Information
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Operating System : Windows 2000 Professional (5.00.2195 Service Pack 3)

ASPI : Nero Aspi Library 2.0.1.50 Ahead Software AG
Description : Nero - Burning Rom
Version : 5, 5, 10, 7

Driver Information
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Driver : ACPI
Description : ACPI Driver for NT
Version : 5.00.2195.4647
Company : Microsoft

Driver : Aspi32
Description : ASPI for WIN32 Kernel Driver
Version : 4.71 (0001)
Company : Adaptec

Driver : ata1200a
Description : ATA1200A Miniport Driver
Version : v1.0
Company : Adaptec, Inc.

Driver : atapi
Description : IDE/ATAPI Port Driver
Version : 5.00.2195.5376
Company : Microsoft

Driver : Cdr4_2K
Description : CDR4_2k CDR Helper
Version : 5.1.1.210
Company : Roxio

Driver : Cdralw2k
Description : CDRAL for Windows 2000 Kernel Driver
Version : 5.1.1.210
Company : Roxio

Driver : Cdrom
Description : SCSI CD-ROM Driver
Version : 5.00.2195.4809
Company : Microsoft

Driver : Disk
Description : PnP Disk Driver
Version : 5.00.2195.5419
Company : Microsoft

Driver : dmio
Description : NT Disk Manager I/O Driver
Version : 2195.3649.297.3
Company : VERITAS Software

Driver : dmload
Description : NT Disk Manager Startup Driver
Version : 2195.3649.297.3
Company : VERITAS Software

Driver : Ftdisk
Description : FT Disk Driver
Version : 5.00.2195.4518
Company : Microsoft

Driver : i8042prt
Description : i8042 Port Driver
Version : 5.00.2195.4900
Company : Microsoft

Driver : IPSEC
Description : IPSEC Driver (US/Canada Only, Not for Export)
Version : 5.00.2195.5400
Company : Microsoft

Driver : isapnp
Description : PNP ISA Bus Driver
Version : 5.00.2195.3649
Company : Microsoft

Driver : NPDriver
Description : Norton Protection Driver
Version : 16.00.0.22
Company : Symantec

Driver : Npfs
Description : NPFS Driver
Version : 5.00.2147.1
Company : Microsoft

Driver : ntaspi32
Description : NTASPI32 Device Interface
Version : 1.30
Company : Oak Technology

Driver : ohci1394
Description : 1394 OpenHCI Port Driver
Version : 5.00.2195.5200
Company : Microsoft Corporation

Driver : Parport
Description : Parallel Port Driver
Version : 5.00.2195.3649
Company : Microsoft

Driver : PartMgr
Description : Partition Manager
Version : 5.00.2195.4621
Company : Microsoft

Driver : ParVdm
Description : VDM Parallel Driver
Version : 5.00.2135.1
Company : Microsoft

Driver : PCI
Description : NT Plug and Play PCI Enumerator
Version : 5.00.2195.4689
Company : Microsoft

Driver : PCIIde
Description : Generic PCI IDE Bus Driver
Version : 5.00.2195.4326
Company : Microsoft

Driver : Rdbss
Description : Redirected Drive Buffering SubSystem Driver
Version : 5.00.2195.5434
Company : Microsoft

Driver : SAVRT
Description : AutoProtect
Version : 9.0.1.35
Company : Symantec

Driver : SAVRTPEL
Description : SAVRTPEL
Version : 9.0.1.35
Company : Symantec

Driver : SDdriver
Description : SDDRIVER
Version : 7.00.0.24
Company : Symantec

Driver : Serial
Description : Serial Device Driver
Version : 5.00.2195.5080
Company : Microsoft

Driver : SymEvent
Description : Symantec Event Library
Version : 11.1.0.7
Company : Symantec

Driver : SYMTDI
Description : Norton Internet Security Filter
Version : 4.7.1.2
Company : Symantec

Driver : Tcpip
Description : TCP/IP driver
Version : 5.00.2195.5267
Company : Microsoft

Driver : viaide
Description : VIA PCI IDE Bus Driver
Version : 5.0.2195.120
Company : VIA Technologies,

Driver : VIAPFD
Description : VIA PFD driver
Version : 5.00.2195.100
Company : VIA Technologies.

Driver : msvcrt.dll
Version : 6.10.9359.0

Driver : msvcirt.dll
Version : 6.10.8637.0

Driver : MFC42.DLL
Version : 6.00.8665.0

Driver : MSVCP60.DLL
Version : 6.00.8972.0

Driver : OLE32.DLL
Version : 5.00.2195.5400

Driver : OLEPRO32.DLL
Version : 5.0.4518

Driver : oledlg.dll
Version : 1.0

Driver : ADVAPI32.DLL
Version : 5.00.2195.5992

Driver : comctl32.dll
Version : 5.81

Driver : SETUPAPI.DLLV : 5.00.2195.5400

ASPI Information
System ASPI
WNASPI32.DLL : 4.71 (0001) ASPI32.SYS : 4.71 (0001) WINASPI.DLL : 4.60 (1021) WOWPOST.EXE : 4.60 (1021)
Nero ASPI
WNASPI32.DLL : 2.0.1.50


PLEASE SOMEONE HELP ME BEFORE I LOSE MY MIND!

This list was long but if anyone can help me configure my setup, I send them my Nero reports!

Thanks Bocabob

Maybe I should bring this Sony back to Circuit City, and get the new Plextor?
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Old 4 Feb 2003, 01:45 AM   #9
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Your last entry on the list says it all! Read all the other threads on this in this form and Doom9 and you will see that your Sony burner and Nero are a marriage from hell. Try using UDF/ISO mode for the burn - if that fails use another burning program - Instant VOB seems to be the favoured option. Do not ditch the Sony - its a good burner but Nero is a no no.

Good luck.
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Old 6 Feb 2003, 01:01 AM   #10
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Default What is this Cdrdrv.cpp ...that is always in a failed burn

Still having problems even w/ VOB Instant, but can't figure out how to add files to burn %^}

Went over to try Nero again, and all that worked was copy DVD, I did a Playstation game...both a DVD and a CDR...both burned w/ using the wizard!

Now I have been compareing the Log files, and looking at other log files that are posted around...and it seem that one line is always apearing in failed burns!

3:18:29 PM #65 SCSI -1066 File Cdrdrv.cpp, Line 1189
SCSI Exec, HA 1, TA 1, LUN 0
Status: 0x04 (0x01, SCSI_ERR)
HA-Status 0x00 (0x00, OK)
TA-Status 0x02 (0x01, SCSI_TASTATUS_CHKCOND)
Sense Key: 0x05 (KEY_ILLEGAL_REQUEST)
Sense Code: 0x24
Sense Qual: 0x00
CDB Data: 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x0

What is this Cdrdrv.cpp ...that is always in a failed burn, and wasn't involved in my succesful burns?

Could it be a wrong SCSI driver installed?

I included the good copy burn as a attach file!

Any Help or sugggestions!

Still trying .....
Bocabob!
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File Type: txt good burn log11.txt‎ (17.9 KB, 554 views)
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Old 6 Feb 2003, 03:01 AM   #11
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Sounds like a firmware problem or even faulty drive, Maje sure you have the latest firmware first. If you still get problems I would suggest you return the drive and go for another brand which is less fussy with Media and burner software.

Suggestions -

Pioneer A04/A05 for DVD-R/RW
Phillips DVDRW228 for DVD+R/RW (My drive - no problems with cheaper media and Nero on UDF/ISO mode with all my players)
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I have the update! I'm hoping maybe it is a few too many Drivers installed!

Any one know how to clean out my drivers and make sure that everything is installed correctly?
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