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    Default Re: DVD burning problem - skipping audio and video

    I would say its either:

    Wrong media / The blank DVD's you're using.

    Or your system / ram. It isnt fast enough / not enough ram to deal with burning DVD's.

    Altho it maybe burning properly. The system isnt fast enough, and it's lagging, while burning. And it cant keep up, with the burning of video/audio to the DVD.

    Is everything in sync?? ie: whatever this dvd is, when people talk, do u actually see them talk, or is what they say delayed??

    What program are you using to copy whatever DVD? Besides Nero to burn it?? to copy the original DVD?

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    Default Re: DVD burning problem - skipping audio and video

    Quote Originally Posted by Speedy Gonzales
    I would say its either:

    Wrong media / The blank DVD's you're using.

    Or your system / ram. It isnt fast enough / not enough ram to deal with burning DVD's.

    Altho it maybe burning properly. The system isnt fast enough, and it's lagging, while burning. And it cant keep up, with the burning of video/audio to the DVD.

    Is everything in sync?? ie: whatever this dvd is, when people talk, do u actually see them talk, or is what they say delayed??

    What program are you using to copy whatever DVD? Besides Nero to burn it?? to copy the original DVD?

    I don't think it's the media since it's from the same spindle and the other ones come out fine. I had 128mb ram fry on me just last month so now I only have 256mb. Could that be it?
    And I used DVDDecrypter.

    Should I try using a different media and see what happens?

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    Default Re: DVD burning problem - skipping audio and video

    I wld try and see if u can borrow a 512mb simm of ram from a mate/someone.

    See if that fixes the prob. Altho updating the CPU, if it can go any higher might help as well.

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    Default Re: DVD burning problem - skipping audio and video

    >__> I guess I need a new pc then

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    Default Re: DVD burning problem - skipping audio and video

    Quote Originally Posted by strifest
    >__> I guess I need a new pc then

    May be not , I'm using a P3 733MHz with 512 mb of ram for my dvd burning and have no trouble at all so try sum more ram first. easiest and cheapest option to try first.

    And by the the way have you tried using a free programme DVD Shrink 3.2 .
    A great little programme DVD Decrypter but DVD Shrink is easy to use and integrates with Nero with great results. Help forums are very handy for your burning problems.
    Give it go the best thing is the price, free.

    Cheers John

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    Default Re: DVD burning problem - skipping audio and video

    Thanks for all the help guys. I'll look into getting more ram soon.

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