Adobe Encore Burning Error

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  1. Data1232

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    Adobe Encore Burning Error...and now Delayed Write Fail Error

    Hi Guys,

    I'm trying to burn a movie that I have with a fairly standard assortment of DVD-type materials (i.e. menus, chapters, scene selections, etc) but i'm running into an error whenever I try to "Build" the project (basically burn it). I get the following message after a minute or so of work:

    Device Error - Sense Code(3 0c 00) - Write Error - Write (DVD Error 199680)

    I have an AOpen DUW1608/ARR Burner, and I'm using Memorex media, but i usually end up with a coaster or the program just copping out with this error as the end result. Any thoughts as to what's going on. I have updated to the latest firmware, and I'm using the Tryout Version of Encore 1.5. Thanks for your help
     
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    btw, another thing
    That error code you supplied usually occurs AFTER the actual error happened. Could you paste the whole log, or just the code before that? It might help in finding what is really going on
     
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    Oh wow,

    I really have to thank you, because it worked. Turned out that I had none of those ASPI drivers installed, and your suggestion did the trick. Thank's a bunch for the help! :)

    P.S. I should have clarified my original statement, the error occured after 5 or so minutes on working after I clicked "Build."
     
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    Glad to hear it worked for you :)
     
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    Hi,

    I faced the same problems as did user “Data 1232” getting following message :



    Device Error - Sense Code(3 0c 00) - Write Error - Write (DVD Error 199680)



    I did follow Your advise changing ASPI-driver described in forum http://www.driverheaven.net/archive/index.php/t-66989.html

    The same problem remains and the same message appears after the Export to DVD in Premiere 1.5 Pro has worked for several hours. My project is 35 min long.



    Have You any idea how to solve the problem?



    Can I go back to Premiere 7 and open the project created in 1.5 pro and trying export that way? With the Premiere 7 it worked fine. Have though changed graphic adapter to ATI 9600 XT. I do not think it matters.

    Would be grateful getting help

    Regards,

    Fredrik
     
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    First of all, welcome to DriverHeaven Fredrik :)

    Now about the problem you're having... changing your graphics or the application that you're using won't make a difference - the problem you're having is caused by some low level issues with your OS (driver or device issues).

    First of all, check if you've got ASPI drivers installed with this tool:
    http://radified.com/Files/aspichk_4712.exe
    and tell us what you get

    Second, which recorder are you using? (brand and model)
    Make sure that it has the latest firmware installed. Check the drive's manufacturer page for more information
     
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    Hi, Thanks for urgent reply!
    First the Aspi check. It says

    ASPI32.SYS 4.71.2
    WOWPOST.EXE 4.6 (1021)
    WINASPI.DLL 4.6 (1021)
    WNASPI32.DLL 4.71.2

    System Win XP

    My burner is Gigabyte GO.W0404A

    I will try to get the latest firmware from Gigabyte, hoping it will solve the problem. If not, I will come back to You.

    I apriciate Your helpservice.
    Fredrik
     
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    Hello,
    Having updated teh DVD-player´s firmware, and the burnngprogramme Nero 5.5, the same problem is still there. I tried to burn a short version (6 min.) of my projekt in Premiere and then got the following errormessage

    End of file
    DVD err, -16072

    Should I try to reisntall the Premiere 1.5?

    Regards,
    Fredrik
     
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    Yes, Adobe did claim to have fixed the dreaded Encore 16072 error in 1.0.1 but I'm running 1.5.1 and I still get the error unless I trim each audo track a tad shorter than the video.
     
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    Encore issues

    I too am having the DVD Error 199680. We have all the right software upgrades and even the firmware was upgraded. We're using a Pioneer dual-layer burner and Verbatim dual-layer disks. Now, the project is over 2 hours long and has been compressed to fit with room to spare. Any ideas or thoughts?

    The PC specs: Dell Pentium 4 3.00 Ghz with 1 Gig of RAM. It seems to crap out after it starts to write to the disk.

    Thanks,
    Phil
     

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