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[Solved] After burning, can't read the DVD on my TV DVD player

Postby stansmith88 » Sat Jul 09, 2011 6:41 pm

I'v been using CopyToDVD for a couple of years now, and it was working perfectly until lately. In fact, I just bought a new and faster computer with a lot of memory and stuff, but since then, I'm having a lot of trouble burning my DVDs. I'm using Windows XP SP3 and the same version of CopyToDVD 4.3.1.12 that I had on my old computer. The difference is probably the DVD burner that use a different technology (SATA). Before I was using a LG Super Multi DVD Drive 16X GSA-H10N (IDE), and now it's a LG Super Multi DVD Rewriter GH24NS70 SATA 24X. The problem is that the burning with CopyToDVD is a success a usual, but when I put the DVD in my LG LDA-530 DVD player to watch on my TV, my LG DVD player can't read the DVD, it says there's a disk error and eject the DVD immediately:( I tought that the problem was with my DVD player, but I tried several other DVD burned before, and they play perfectly. But when I put the DVD in my computer, everything is fine, there's no problem playing it on my computer??? I tried to burn at the lowest speed, to reinstall CopyToDVD, but I had no success. I don't know what to do next, I'm kind of desperate because I've been wasting so much DVDs trying to solve the problem, but without success:(

Can you help me please...

Here's the log file:

Time Description
7/9/2011 2:33:15 PM Write completed
7/9/2011 2:33:15 PM Total burning time 00:05:56.797
7/9/2011 2:32:55 PM Finalizing...
7/9/2011 2:27:43 PM Lead-in burning time (mS) 28168
7/9/2011 2:27:15 PM Start Write Buffer
7/9/2011 2:27:15 PM Start writing...
7/9/2011 2:27:15 PM Writing speed selected 16x
7/9/2011 2:27:15 PM Drive Timing: Ultra DMA mode 5 (ATA100)
7/9/2011 2:27:15 PM Buffer under-run proof enabled
7/9/2011 2:27:15 PM Writing session #1 and closing disc.
7/9/2011 2:27:15 PM Open Image file "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\VSO\COPYTODVD_07092011_142714_859.cache"
7/9/2011 2:27:15 PM Required sector size : 2202224
7/9/2011 2:27:15 PM Available sector size : 2295104
7/9/2011 2:27:15 PM Available write speed: 16x ,8x
7/9/2011 2:27:15 PM Media ID: RITEK-F16-01
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM Volume name: "THE_WRESTLER"
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM --- Write engine/Filesystem settings ---
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM [ ] DVD-R SAO first
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM [X] ISO 9660 (MS-DOS)
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM [X] Joliet (long filenames and Asian characters)
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM [ ] Include UDF Filesystem
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM --- General settings ---
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM [ ] Erase RW when needed, without warning -> [X] Quick Erase
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM [ ] Verify media with VSO Inspector
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM [ ] Cache all files (Safe... but slow)
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM [ ] Include system files
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM [X] Include hidden files
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM --- Multisession settings ---
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM [X] Create/Continue multisession media
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM [X] If erasable media is detected, prompt to erase it
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM Import existing data with the following rule : Always replace file (with new one to be burnt)
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM If a multisession media is inserted, what shall the engine do : Ask what to do
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM [ ] Verify media with VSO Inspector
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM [ ] Erase RW when needed, without warning -> [X] Quick Erase
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM -------------------------
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM 120mm DVD
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM Detected media $001B : DVD+R
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM Finished browsing files - Data size 4.2 Gb.
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM File scan complete: 20 files, 3 directories
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM Start Browsing file structures
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM IDE Controler manufacturer : Intel
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM IDE Controler Description : Intel(R) 5 Series/3400 Series Chipset Family 2 port Serial ATA Storage Controller - 3B26
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM Location : PCI bus 0, device 31, function 5
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM IDE Controler manufacturer : Intel
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM IDE Controler Description : Intel(R) 5 Series/3400 Series Chipset Family 4 port Serial ATA Storage Controller - 3B20
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM Location : PCI bus 0, device 31, function 2
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM IDE Controler manufacturer : (Standard IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers)
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM IDE Controler Description : Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM Location : PCI bus 3, device 0, function 0
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM Support Media : DVD-R, DVD-RW Seq., DVD-RW RO, DVDRAM, DVD+R, DVD+RW, CD-R, CD-RW, DL DVD+R, DL DVD-R
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM Writing device used : 3:0:0 - HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GH24NS70 GN00 [E] (Ide)
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM Using Advanced SPTI interface
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM Using DVD Video filelist creation mode.
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM --- Memory information ---
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM Available Memory : 4679 Mb.
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM Total Memory : 5457 Mb.
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM Available extended Virtual Memory : 0 Mb.
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM Available Virtual Memory : 1968 Mb.
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM Total Virtual Memory : 2047 Mb.
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM Memory Load : 25%
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM Available Physical Memory : 2649 Mb.
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM Total Physical Memory : 3574 Mb.
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM -------------------------
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM Paramstr #04 : "/writespeed=16"
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM Paramstr #03 : "/writedevice=E"
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM Paramstr #02 : "/volumename=THE_WRESTLER"
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM Paramstr #01 : "/dvdvideofl=C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Vso\~c2c_fl.tmp"
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM Paramstr #00 : "C:\PROGRA~1\VSO\COPYTO~1\CopyToCD.exe"
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM System default language : English (United States)
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM User default language : English (United States)
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM Version : 4.3.1.12
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM ExeName : C:\PROGRA~1\VSO\COPYTO~1\CopyToCD.exe
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM OS : Microsoft Windows XP Professional (Build 2600: Service Pack 3, v.6055)
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM 32 bits native system
7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM ******************** Log session start 09-Jul 14:27:14.437 PID 13224********************
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Re: After burning, can't read the DVD on my TV DVD player

Postby JJ » Sun Jul 10, 2011 9:19 am

7/9/2011 2:27:14 PM [X] Create/Continue multisession media

Multisession is not allowed in DVD.
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Re: After burning, can't read the DVD on my TV DVD player

Postby stansmith88 » Fri Jul 15, 2011 7:00 pm

I tried it with the option ''Create/Continue multisession media'' checked or unchecked and it doesn't work on both ways:(

And by the way I'm using Maxell DVD+R as I've always been using for years.
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Re: After burning, can't read the DVD on my TV DVD player

Postby JJ » Sat Jul 16, 2011 11:44 am

Are you sure that your movie is NTSC?
If it is PAL then it usually will not work on NTSC DVD player, but it works fine on computer.
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Re: After burning, can't read the DVD on my TV DVD player

Postby stansmith88 » Sat Jul 16, 2011 6:52 pm

Oh yeah I'm pretty sure it's NTSC, I live in Canada and I've always been using DVDFab (now version 8.0.7.3) to copy DVD on my computer,
and then burn it with CopyToDVD and everything was working great. I don't see any options in DVDFab that could change the format in PAL,
so I'm pretty sure it's NTSC...
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Re: After burning, can't read the DVD on my TV DVD player

Postby JJ » Sun Jul 17, 2011 12:39 am

You can check it on computer. Play DVD with VLC or some other player that can show information about file being played.
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Re: After burning, can't read the DVD on my TV DVD player

Postby stansmith88 » Tue Jul 19, 2011 1:14 am

The movie is in NTSC before and after the burning. I checked it with PowerDVD.
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Re: After burning, can't read the DVD on my TV DVD player

Postby cedric » Wed Jul 20, 2011 1:13 pm

Hi,

Like you are using Windows XP SP3, can you verify if VSO Patin couffin driver is uninstalled? (if not, please uninstall it...)
Patin couffin is only needed for Windows XP SP2 and above, and can cause some disc finalization issues when new SPTI interface (available from SP3) is used.

I'm waiting for your feedback...

Thank you!
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Re: After burning, can't read the DVD on my TV DVD player

Postby stansmith88 » Tue Aug 02, 2011 6:06 pm

How can I very is VSO Patin-couffin driver is installed and how can I uninstall it?

I checked in Control Panel --» Add Or Remove Programs and I can't find it.

It seems that it is installed cause I can see it in the CopyToDVD Settings, under the Writing engine tab,
and after clicking on the VSO Driver... button, I can see ''Patin-Couffin'' driver is in use, Driver version 37 (1.37),
but I can't do anything at this place:(
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Re: After burning, can't read the DVD on my TV DVD player

Postby Claire » Wed Aug 03, 2011 10:28 am

if you got to start, all programs / VSO you should see it there under tools or drivers and you can uninstall it there
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Re: After burning, can't read the DVD on my TV DVD player

Postby stansmith88 » Fri Aug 05, 2011 3:33 am

I uninstalled Patin-couffin, now I seem to burn with the "Scsi Pass Through Interface (SPTI)''.

I've been able to burn 4 DVDs in a row, but since then, the last 2 failed:((
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Re: After burning, can't read the DVD on my TV DVD player

Postby JJ » Fri Aug 05, 2011 5:23 am

And by the way I'm using Maxell DVD+R as I've always been using for years.


Most Maxell that I have tested have been CMC MAG, that means that they will cause problems.
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Re: After burning, can't read the DVD on my TV DVD player

Postby stansmith88 » Wed Sep 07, 2011 4:06 am

Thanks a lot for your help, but after having spent that much time and that much money on DVDs,
I just decided to buy another LG IDE burner to replace my new SATA burner. And since then, I had
no other problems burning Maxell DVDs. I tried everything and always having the same problem,
so before destroying everything, I just made the smartest choice ever, throwing my SATA burner
by the window and have my mind in peace. Thanks again for your hard work!!
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Re: After burning, can't read the DVD on my TV DVD player

Postby NewestUser » Wed Sep 07, 2011 9:41 pm

Hi Stan

I'm curious, what brand is the SATA burner?

If it's "new", couldn't it be defective, and you may have warranty coverage?

My brother ignored a similar problem with his "new" Sony burner and it turned out to be the LASER Diode breaking down.
It totally stopped writing to CD disks, after the warranty ended, even though it still burns DVD's.
One of the lasers died, while the other still functions to this post date, ... I'm using it...! :-)

My point is, he could have had it fixed, FREE, still using it, but ignored the fault, thinking it was a bad disk now and again. :wink:

Also, if it's not defective, it could just be the burning software can't keep up with the SATA speed, or some hardware issue with your system.
(or a simple Firmware update on the drive, or BIOS update for your motherboard, or both)

I use a USB to SATA/IDE Adapter to keep the write speeds equal between burners, just in case of buffer issues.
Not caring how long the burn takes, it's more important to get a good burn.

If you have one of those adapters you could try burning with that, thru USB. It could tell if the drive is going bad, or the software has buffer over-runs with it.

Use a RW so you don't get burned
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