1 click past user not working need advice

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#1

I used 1 CLICK DVD COPY for about 3 years without a single problem.
Suddenly, it will not work. I have tried everything I know to fix it and decided to uninstall and buy a new product.

It looks like DVDFAB PLATINUM is the way to go.
With 1CLICK I used DVDFLICK and DVD43 plug in.

Can someone tell me what I will need in terms of software, set up, and maybe a how to link for DVDFAB?

Thank you


#2

What will you be using it for?
Go into detail as there are ways to stay with freeware only…that would not cost you anything except a little studying on how to use…


#3

Yeah if you’re wanting to go down the freeware route you could rip with DVDFab’s freeware component, compress with the freeware version of DVD Rebuilder, and burn with ImgBurn.

[B]Wombler[/B]


#4

[QUOTE=ltpeterg;2683134]I used 1 CLICK DVD COPY for about 3 years without a single problem.
Suddenly, it will not work. I have tried everything I know to fix it and decided to uninstall and buy a new product.

It looks like DVDFAB PLATINUM is the way to go.
With 1CLICK I used DVDFLICK and DVD43 plug in.

Can someone tell me what I will need in terms of software, set up, and maybe a how to link for DVDFAB?

Thank you[/QUOTE] 1Click DVD Copy is great program if you have a problem with them, just e-mail support@lgsoftware.com. If you explain a little better what your problem is maybe I can help you. By the way you need to google DVD43 plugin [U]1.0.0.6[/U] for it to work. The plugin is not a gamer changer it works just fine with any version of the plugin. As I said their support is great, you should at least give them a try.


#5

[QUOTE=alan1476;2683187]1Click DVD Copy is great program if you have a problem with them, just e-mail support@lgsoftware.com. If you explain a little better what your problem is maybe I can help you. By the way you need to google DVD43 plugin [U]1.0.0.6[/U] for it to work. The plugin is not a gamer changer it works just fine with any version of the plugin. As I said their support is great, you should at least give them a try.[/QUOTE]

I used to be able to DL a file. Run it through DVD FLICK start 1 click and I had a working DVD.
suddenly, I got burn error everytime. I tried every different setting, etc.
So now I am using DVDFAB trial. I DL file, like before, tried to convert it and it would fail by the time it was ready to burn disc.
So I dl’D dvd flick again and ran file through there then added to DVDFAB to convert/burn disc. Again, error every time.

I need a good tutorial. I do not care about spending 50-60 bucks.
I just want a simple and fast way to convert files and burn them to disc.

Thanks in advance for any assistance.


#6

Video file conversion to dvd-video…I would suggest using a free program called AVStoDVD.

It can be set to use the free burning program called ImgBurn that virtually everyone around here recommends.

There is a guide for using the program in my signature below. By the way, if you are converting files that have AAC audio originally, you might have some issues with the default setting of Wavi + Aften for conversion of that audio format to AC3. If you do, switch to ffmpeg as the audio converter.

If you are starting with an encrypted dvd or blu ray, you’d need a different tool, but for converting various types of video [B]to[/B] dvd-video, AVStoDVD is a fine program.


#7

[QUOTE=ltpeterg;2683239]
suddenly, I got burn error everytime. I tried every different setting, etc.
So now I am using DVDFAB trial. I DL file, like before, tried to convert it and it would fail by the time it was ready to burn disc…

I need a good tutorial. I do not care about spending 50-60 bucks.
I just want a simple and fast way to convert files and burn them to disc.

Thanks in advance for any assistance.[/QUOTE]

Hey itpeterg, you can continue to use the free sections of dvdfab which are
"DVD Copy"…the selections “Full Disc” and “Main Movie”.
Also those same selections under “Blu-ray Copy”.
Somtimes using the sections as free…are not updated for a while for the latest greatest movie.

This is mainly for making a copy of a DVD or Blu-ray disc.

Try out what Kerry outlined…those are very good free tools that should work for you.
The converter sections in dvdfab are ok but one has to pay for them…many of us use freeware programs as they are better.


#8

[QUOTE=Kerry56;2683241]Video file conversion to dvd-video…I would suggest using a free program called AVStoDVD.

It can be set to use the free burning program called ImgBurn that virtually everyone around here recommends.

There is a guide for using the program in my signature below. By the way, if you are converting files that have AAC audio originally, you might have some issues with the default setting of Wavi + Aften for conversion of that audio format to AC3. If you do, switch to ffmpeg as the audio converter.

If you are starting with an encrypted dvd or blu ray, you’d need a different tool, but for converting various types of video [B]to[/B] dvd-video, AVStoDVD is a fine program.[/QUOTE]

So AVStoDVD converts the file and ImgBurn copys to disc?


#9

[QUOTE=ltpeterg;2683246]So AVStoDVD converts the file and ImgBurn copys to disc?[/QUOTE]

Yes, AVStoDVD will do the conversion, and you can use ImgBurn to burn the new dvd-video to the disc. You can set up AVStoDVD to burn automatically using ImgBurn, or you can save the video and burn separately.

AVStoDVD used to come with ImgBurn as part of the installation package, but these days you have to install ImgBurn separately.

If you want to burn automatically from within AVStoDVD, set the output to Burn DVD.


#10

I figured out the conversion, but the burn failed.
I am starting to wonder if it is a hardware problem.
I can burn music, but not DVD’s.
I have read about firmware updates, but looked all over even acer website and am clueless as to what brand of burner I have.
It is an acer aspire timelineX 5820T-6401


#11

Look in ImgBurn and post the log file of the failed burn.

To do this open ImgBurn, click on Help, then ImgBurn logs.

ImgBurn should also be able to tell you the exact model of drive you have and the current firmware. In this picture, I am in Write Mode within ImgBurn. On the right side at the top, you’ll see that I have a Pioneer 207M model drive and the firmware is 1.30.

Unfortunately, Acer’s site is horrible for finding firmware updates. You may not be able to get one from them, unless someone chips in with some help, as I didn’t see a way just using your notebook model number.

ImgBurn might be able to locate a new firmware for you. Go to Tools–>Drive–>Check for firmware updates. This can be a little dangerous though, as laptop drives often times have proprietary firmware issued by the manufacturer of the laptop, not the drive manufacturer.



#12

[QUOTE=Kerry56;2683301]Look in ImgBurn and post the log file of the failed burn.

To do this open ImgBurn, click on Help, then ImgBurn logs.

ImgBurn should also be able to tell you the exact model of drive you have and the current firmware. In this picture, I am in Write Mode within ImgBurn. On the right side at the top, you’ll see that I have a Pioneer 207M model drive and the firmware is 1.30.

Unfortunately, Acer’s site is horrible for finding firmware updates. You may not be able to get one from them, unless someone chips in with some help, as I didn’t see a way just using your notebook model number.

ImgBurn might be able to locate a new firmware for you. Go to Tools–>Drive–>Check for firmware updates. This can be a little dangerous though, as laptop drives often times have proprietary firmware issued by the manufacturer of the laptop, not the drive manufacturer.[/QUOTE]

; //****************************************\\
;   ImgBurn Version 2.5.7.0 - Log
;   Thursday, 04 April 2013, 07:47:04
; [\\****************************************//](file://\\****************************************//)
;
;
I 23:48:32 ImgBurn Version 2.5.7.0 started!
I 23:48:32 Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium x64 Edition (6.1, Build 7601 : Service Pack 1)
I 23:48:32 Total Physical Memory: 8,051,468 KB  -  Available: 6,011,804 KB
I 23:48:32 Initialising SPTI...
I 23:48:32 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...
I 23:48:35 -> Drive 1 - Info: HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GU10N AP04 (D:) (SATA)
I 23:48:35 Found 1 DVD±RW/RAM!
I 01:15:47 Operation Started!
I 01:15:47 Building Image Tree...
I 01:16:01 Checking Directory Depth...
I 01:16:01 Calculating Totals...
I 01:16:02 Preparing Image...
I 01:16:02 Checking Path Length...
I 01:16:02 Contents: 9 Files, 2 Folders
I 01:16:02 Content Type: DVD Video
I 01:16:02 Data Type: MODE1/2048
I 01:16:02 File System(s): ISO9660, UDF (1.02)
I 01:16:02 Volume Label: DVD_0
I 01:16:02 IFO/BUP 32K Padding: Enabled
I 01:16:02 Region Code: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
I 01:16:02 TV System: NTSC
I 01:16:02 Size: 4,636,907,520 bytes
I 01:16:02 Sectors: 2,264,115
I 01:16:02 Image Size: 4,637,523,968 bytes
I 01:16:02 Image Sectors: 2,264,416
I 01:16:07 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:00:19
I 01:16:07 Operation Started!
I 01:16:07 Image Contents: 9 Files, 2 Folders
I 01:16:07 Image Sectors: 2,264,416 (MODE1/2048)
I 01:16:07 Image Size: 4,637,523,968 bytes
I 01:16:07 Image Single Layer Profile: DVD-R/RW (Media Capacity: 2,297,888)
I 01:16:07 Image Volume Identifier: DVD_0
I 01:16:07 Image Volume Set Identifier: 428409F700228D5A
I 01:16:07 Image Application Identifier: IMGBURN V2.5.7.0 - THE ULTIMATE IMAGE BURNER!
I 01:16:07 Image Implementation Identifier: ImgBurn
I 01:16:07 Image File System(s): ISO9660, UDF (1.02)
I 01:16:07 Destination File: C:\Users\PETER\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Burn\Burn\DVD_0.ISO
I 01:16:07 Destination Free Space: 76,288,761,856 Bytes (74,500,744.00 KB) (72,754.63 MB) (71.05 GB)
I 01:16:07 Destination File System: NTFS
I 01:16:07 File Splitting: Auto
I 01:16:07 Writing Image...
I 01:18:29 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:02:22
I 01:18:29 Average Write Rate: 31,893 KB/s (23.0x) - Maximum Write Rate: 59,551 KB/s (43.0x)
I 01:18:57 Operation Started!
I 01:18:57 Building Image Tree...
I 01:18:57 Checking Directory Depth...
I 01:18:57 Calculating Totals...
I 01:18:57 Preparing Image...
I 01:18:57 Checking Path Length...
I 01:18:57 Contents: 9 Files, 2 Folders
I 01:18:57 Content Type: DVD Video
I 01:18:57 Data Type: MODE1/2048
I 01:18:57 File System(s): ISO9660, UDF (1.02)
I 01:18:57 Volume Label: [Not Configured]
I 01:18:57 IFO/BUP 32K Padding: Enabled
I 01:18:57 Region Code: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
I 01:18:57 TV System: NTSC
I 01:18:57 Size: 4,636,907,520 bytes
I 01:18:57 Sectors: 2,264,115
I 01:18:57 Image Size: 4,637,523,968 bytes
I 01:18:57 Image Sectors: 2,264,416
I 01:18:57 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:00:00
I 01:22:29 Operation Started!
I 01:22:29 Source File: C:\Users\PETER\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Burn\Burn\DVD_0.ISO
I 01:22:29 Source File Sectors: 2,264,416 (MODE1/2048)
I 01:22:29 Source File Size: 4,637,523,968 bytes
I 01:22:29 Source File Volume Identifier: DVD_0
I 01:22:29 Source File Volume Set Identifier: 428409F700228D5A
I 01:22:29 Source File Application Identifier: IMGBURN V2.5.7.0 - THE ULTIMATE IMAGE BURNER!
I 01:22:29 Source File Implementation Identifier: ImgBurn
I 01:22:29 Source File File System(s): ISO9660, UDF (1.02)
I 01:22:29 Destination Device: [1:0:0] HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GU10N AP04 (D:) (SATA)
I 01:22:29 Destination Media Type: DVD+R (Disc ID: CMC MAG-M01-00)
I 01:22:29 Destination Media Supported Write Speeds: 4x, 8x
I 01:22:29 Destination Media Sectors: 2,295,104
I 01:22:29 Write Mode: DVD
I 01:22:29 Write Type: DAO
I 01:22:29 Write Speed: MAX
I 01:22:29 DVD+R Reserve Track: No
I 01:22:29 Link Size: Auto
I 01:22:29 Lock Volume: Yes
I 01:22:29 Test Mode: No
I 01:22:29 OPC: No
I 01:22:29 BURN-Proof: Enabled
I 01:22:29 Write Speed Successfully Set! - Effective: 11,092 KB/s (8x)
I 01:22:29 Book Type Setting: N/A (Reason: Invalid Command Operation Code)
I 01:22:30 Filling Buffer... (80 MB)
I 01:22:32 Writing LeadIn...
W 01:22:50 Failed to Write Sectors 224 - 255 - Reason: Write Error
W 01:22:50 Retrying (1 of 20)...
W 01:22:50 Retry Failed - Reason: Write Error
W 01:22:50 Retrying (2 of 20)...
W 01:22:50 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 01:22:50 Retrying (3 of 20)...
W 01:22:50 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 01:22:50 Retrying (4 of 20)...
W 01:22:50 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 01:22:50 Retrying (5 of 20)...
W 01:22:50 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 01:22:50 Retrying (6 of 20)...
W 01:22:50 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 01:22:50 Retrying (7 of 20)...
W 01:22:50 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 01:22:50 Retrying (8 of 20)...
W 01:22:50 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 01:22:50 Retrying (9 of 20)...
W 01:22:50 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 01:22:50 Retrying (10 of 20)...
W 01:22:50 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 01:22:50 Retrying (11 of 20)...
W 01:22:50 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 01:22:50 Retrying (12 of 20)...
W 01:22:50 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 01:22:50 Retrying (13 of 20)...
W 01:22:50 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 01:22:50 Retrying (14 of 20)...
W 01:22:50 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 01:22:50 Retrying (15 of 20)...
W 01:22:50 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 01:22:50 Retrying (16 of 20)...
W 01:22:50 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 01:22:50 Retrying (17 of 20)...
W 01:22:50 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 01:22:50 Retrying (18 of 20)...
W 01:22:50 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 01:22:50 Retrying (19 of 20)...
W 01:22:50 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 01:22:50 Retrying (20 of 20)...
W 01:22:50 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 01:23:02 Retrying (21)...
W 01:23:02 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 01:23:03 Retrying (22)...
W 01:23:03 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
E 01:23:04 Failed to Write Sectors 224 - 255 - Reason: Write Error
E 01:23:04 Next Writable Address: 0
I 01:23:04 Synchronising Cache...
W 01:23:05 Potential 'WaitImmediateIO' Deferred Error - (0/3) - Write Error
W 01:23:05 Synchronise Cache Failed! - Reason: Write Error
W 01:23:09 Retrying (1)...
W 01:23:10 Potential 'WaitImmediateIO' Deferred Error - (0/3) - Write Error
W 01:23:13 Retrying (2)...
W 01:23:14 Potential 'WaitImmediateIO' Deferred Error - (0/3) - Write Error
I 01:23:24 Closing Track...
I 01:23:29 Finalising Disc...
E 01:23:43 Failed to Write Image!
E 01:23:44 Operation Failed! - Duration: 00:01:14
I 01:23:44 Average Write Rate: 0 KB/s (0.0x) - Maximum Write Rate: 0 KB/s (0.0x)
I 07:47:04 Close Request Acknowledged

#13

This could be a media error. You are using discs with the CMC MAG-M01-00 mid code. And you are burning them at the top speed allowed in your burner.

You can try burning at a slower speed, 4x in this case.

But you are more likely to get good results changing to different discs. We generally recommend discs sold under the Verbatim brand (but not their “Life Series” discs). Look for AZO on the label of the discs, as these should be much better quality.
Here is an example from Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/Verbatim-95037-to16x-Branded-Recordable/dp/B00081A2KE/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1365100720&sr=8-2&keywords=verbatim+dvd+r

If you are buying online, you could also get Taiyo Yuden discs. I would recommend the 8x +R discs, like these: http://www.supermediastore.com/product/u/taiyo-yuden-silver-thermal-8x-dvd-plus-r-media-100 Hard to get them in smaller packages.


#14

By the way, your drive is made by LG and its designation is HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GU10N. The current firmware is AP04.

I found a different firmware at Firmware HQ for this drive, but its designation is so different I wouldn’t try it. Your current firmware is probably issued by Acer, rather than LG.