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Windows Movie Maker

Old 04-03-2007, 02:33 PM
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I just made a video and tried to burn it to a dvd and it said there is no disk in my computer. But there is. It is a sony DVD-R.

Why would it say this? Has anyone else had this happen? I am using a Dell PC.

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Old 04-03-2007, 02:53 PM
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go to trouble shoot . thats is what it's there for
Old 04-03-2007, 02:56 PM
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I tried that but all it says is insert a dvd which I already did.
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is it a single disk drive
Old 04-04-2007, 08:13 AM
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Yeah it is only a single disk drive.
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do you have the drivers, are you sure it is a DVD burner?
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her's what u should do:1)Keep the video in your my videos file. 2)Go on the internet and download a DVD burner and then burn your video to a dvd then your done.
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Im not sure. How can I tell. Its a Dell PC precision 360. It burns cd's. Can it be a cd burner and a DVD burner?

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Eject the drive. Does the tray say R/RW or R below the DVD logo? It should be compatible with DVD-R's then. If it just says ROM, you can't write DVD's. If the DVD logo isn't there, and you see a logo that says RW on it, and below DVD+ReWritable, try using DVD+R's instead. There are 2 types of recordable DVD's for some reason... If you see both, you should be able to use either one.

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