Cant burn backup

Good day.
I have been using 1 click for a few years along with dvd43. Install my original and a blank, click and go. I am now unable to burn for some reason. When the process gets to the burn point, it kicks out my disc and it tells me to insert a writeable dvd. Then it says the DVD-R is formatted for packet writing and is useable only by the owner application.
I am half way through a stack of DVD-R that have worked fine. I even tried another brand (which had also been successfully used in the past). Any suggestions as to what my problem is and how to fix it?
Thanks,
Dan F

Do you have Nero InCD or Roxio Drag to Disc or Sonic DLA installed? It sounds like that is your issue.

I think I have drag to disc on here somewhere but I haven’t changed anything that I know. The problem just started on it’s own.

I would remove it then retry. I haven’t had any issues with 1click lately. Plus there uas been one or two updates for the program yoo in the past few days.

[QUOTE=dan0661;2007834]I think I have drag to disc on here somewhere but I haven’t changed anything that I know. The problem just started on it’s own.[/QUOTE]

Please Post a >> F8 log session of the attempt(s) …
Let us read the ‘process’ and ‘error’ in context

  • and your options - selected

Open 1Click >> F8 >> Copy and Paste in Reply
Look for :
Session Started” / “Session Closed

  • to divide the individual sessions

Post one “Complete” Session per Reply Post
One or Two “Session(s)” in question should suffice

If the One Session is too long - Divide the Session into Two Postings

Your log will instantly answer 20 questions we might have

Let us take a look …




[[I][B]Right Click on the 1Click Interface > Settings Menu [/B][/I]](http://www.dvdjunkies.org/dvdjunkies_007.htm)

>>[B]Set[/B]= Your "Preferred Burn Speed" at 1/2 of your Media's rating 
ie: IF You're using 16x Media = [B]Set for 8x [/B];
8x Media = Set for 4x

>>[B]UN[/B] Check= Enable media stats collection - VSO

>>[B]Set[/B]= Your "DVD-R Write Mode" at  "Try SAO First"






Here’s the Usual …

Let’s check something …

Go to > Start > My Computer
> Right Click on DVD drive > Properties > Auto-Play tab

What do you have selected for the “Action to Perform” for [B]'DVD Movie[/B]" ?
This should be set as "[B]Take no action[/B]"
OR
Set only for your DVD Player ( WinDVD/Power DVD )

  • [B]be sure to close your ‘Player’ before opening 1Click [/B]

What do you have selected for the “Action to Perform” for [B]'Blank CD"[/B] ?
This should be set as “[B]Take no action[/B]”

While here in the DVD Drive 'Properties"
Do you have a “DLA” tab ?
= [B]Disable[/B] DLA


Would you happen to have

  • Nero ( [B]InCD[/B] )
    or
    Roxio ( [B]DragtoDisc[/B]/ EasyArchive/ DirectCD )
  • installed/active on your Computer ?

[B]FAQ[/B] : Can other software conflict with the installation
and operation of 1Click DVD Copy?




[B]  Let's look at your Filters [/B]
> Download IMGBurn. It's a free program: 
http://www.imgburn.com/index.php?act=download
(it's also an excellent burning program )

>  Run IMGBurn >  Go to Tools > Filter Driver Load Order

>  Click "Clipboard". Close IMGBurn 
 Then paste the information you copied into your clipboard 
into your next post in this thread (ctrl-v).

Visit  http://www.cdr-zone.com/forum/about4719.html, 
and read the first post please,
 so you can get a better understanding of what is going on.

[B]Please , Do not start randomly deleting filters.[/B]




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Here's some Help - with maybe ... reducing the load .... 

I'd recommend that you [Try using EnditALL while Copying/Burning](http://forum.lgsoftwareinnovations.com/showthread.php?t=15256)
... to free up your resources 
... You might be surprised at what's running - in the background 


Open [Advanced Windows Care Personal](http://www.iobit.com/AdvancedWindowsCarePersonal/index.html)> Tools > Start-Up Manager 
( it's completely free and a very recommended clean-up program ) 

You will be presented with a listing of the Programs 
 - Programs that  are designated to Start-Up with Windows 
- and Descriptions of Each ( Click on Selection ) 

Any  Start Up Entry - Referring to any DVD/CD Software ? 
Windows Media Player ? 
ITunes ? 

If So = UN Check  it 

This only Disables  the Program - from the List 
- Designated to 'Start-Up' - with Windows 
You would - still - be able to 'manually' start the Program(s) - when needed 

Also ...... 
UN Check  anything - Not Trustworthy 
UN Check  anything - Not Necessary or Not Preferred 
( you may  click on an Start-Up item > Select Disable - If you prefer ) 
>> Apply 
> Reboot 


or  -
You could  also , Go into Msconfig - and Deselect unneeded Programs 
- from your 'Start Up"
This will help a lot .....
[Do I really need this on my PC?](http://forum.lgsoftwareinnovations.com/showthread.php?t=14325)

[How to use MSCONFIG ?](http://www.netsquirrel.com/msconfig/)




;)

Hope this will help.

2/10/08 5:19:49 PM info Burning started
2/10/08 5:19:49 PM info Preparing to burn
2/10/08 5:19:49 PM info Transcoding finished
2/10/08 5:19:44 PM info Transcoding started
2/10/08 5:19:43 PM info Audio Enabled : Audio 1: English (Dolby AC-3 6ch 48Kbps DRC ) (ID: 0x80)
2/10/08 5:19:41 PM info Audio Language : english
2/10/08 5:19:40 PM info Free hard disk space : 32.1353 GB
2/10/08 5:19:40 PM info Dual Layer : FALSE
2/10/08 5:19:40 PM info Movie Only Menus : FALSE
2/10/08 5:19:40 PM info Include Subtitles : FALSE
2/10/08 5:19:40 PM info DTS Audio : FALSE
2/10/08 5:19:40 PM info All Languages : FALSE
2/10/08 5:19:40 PM info Extras or Epsidodes : FALSE
2/10/08 5:19:40 PM info Working Folder : C:\Documents and Settings\Dan\Desktop
2/10/08 5:19:40 PM info Destination : 1:0:0 - PLEXTOR DVDR PX-716A 1.11 [D] (Ide)
2/10/08 5:19:40 PM info Volume Name : <310
2/10/08 5:19:40 PM info Source : 1:1:0 - LITEON DVD-ROM LTD163 GDHG [E] (Ide)
2/10/08 5:19:40 PM info Source size : 7.7956 GB
2/10/08 5:19:37 PM info START button pressed ****************************
2/10/08 5:18:58 PM info Burning engine : COPYTODVD
2/10/08 5:18:58 PM info Update Notification : FALSE
2/10/08 5:18:58 PM info CPRx error correction enabled : TRUE
2/10/08 5:18:58 PM info PCSETUP :
2/10/08 5:18:58 PM info BOUDUCON : 1.6.2.132
2/10/08 5:18:58 PM info VSO_HWE : 2.0.20.268
2/10/08 5:18:58 PM info DVD2DVD : 5.2.0.13
2/10/08 5:18:58 PM info COPYTODVD : 3.0.42.78
2/10/08 5:18:58 PM info DVD43 : 3.9.0.0
2/10/08 5:18:58 PM info DVD43 process detected
2/10/08 5:18:58 PM info User default language : 1033 (0x0409h) - English (United States)
2/10/08 5:18:58 PM info System default language : 1033 (0x0409h) - English (United States)
2/10/08 5:18:58 PM info Version 4.2.9.13
2/10/08 5:18:58 PM info ExeName : "C:\Program Files\LG Software Innovations\1Click DVD Copy 4.2\1ClickDvdCopy.exe"
2/10/08 5:18:58 PM info OS : Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 (Build 2600)

[QUOTE=dan0661;2009942]

Hope this will help.

[/QUOTE]

You need to Update 1Click
There’s not much help We can offer for a Version

  • 2 years out of date :eek:

If you wish to use DVD43 as your Decrypter :
For many of the Newer releases

  • say even as far back as a year or more
    You need to be using the most Current DVD43

It is also imperative
That you be using the most current Update of 1Click
You are dependent on 1Click’s CPRx updates

I am very surprised that this is the first issue that you’ve encountered
:doh:

The Current Version of 1ClickDVDCopy handles “3:10 to Yuma”

  • No Problem :cool:

Anyway … Here’s What you need to do :

You are using a very out dated Version of 1Click …

You also have a very old / out-dated version of CopytoDVD installed

Given the Age of the Version currently used :
You’ll need to renew your license to use a newer version of 1Click
The 1Click License Renewal is $19.00
You can check your license renewal date [B]here[/B]

1CLICK DVD COPY - LICENSE RENEWAL Here

To Update … I would …

[B]Remove[/B] = [B]COPYTODVD: [COLOR=“DarkRed”]3.0.42.78[/B][/COLOR]
from your Add/Remove Programs

After removing CopytoDVD
Remove 1Click 4.2.9.13

> Run CCleaner ( it’s free ) > Registry> Scan for Issues > Fix All
>[B] Reboot [/B]

>> Update/ Install 1Click [B]5.4.3.5 [/B]
http://www.lgsoftwareinnovations.com/download.asp
>[B] Reboot [/B]

[B][I]Do not Re install [/I][/B]CopytoDVD yet …
1Click now has a ‘Self-Contained’ Burn engine
You[B][I] DO Not [/I][/B]- need - to Install CopytoDVD to use 1Click anymore

[I][B]Later [/B][/I],
after we get this sorted … if you actually use CopytoDVD
you may …
Update your CopytoDVD to : [B]COPYTODVD:[COLOR=“DarkGreen”] 4.0.4.60 [/B][/COLOR]> Reboot
http://www.lgsoftwareinnovations.com/download.asp

To Update DVD43 to 4.1
http://www.dvd43.com/

There is a Firmware update for your
[B]Source : 1:1:0 - LITEON DVD-ROM LTD163 [COLOR=“Blue”]GDHG [E] (Ide)[/COLOR][/B]
>> Current Revision is [B]GDHJ[/B]
http://forum.rpc1.org/dl_firmware.php?download_id=96

Alex’s Guide to Updating your Firmware

:slight_smile:

Good day so far.
I removed updated rebooted rebooted updated and rebooted and all that stuff and it seems to be good. I do have some questions.
If I go to the Add/Delete programs, it shows 1Click DVD Copy 4.2.9.13 and 4.5.3.6 . Should they both be there?
DVD43 launches automatically at start up. Can I change it so that it doesn’t?
Not related, but Creative Diagnostics Agent also launches automatically. Can I change that also?
After all the downloads, there are these setup icons on my desk top. Can I click on them and delete them?
When I did my firmware update from liteon, I’m pretty sure that I clicked on GDHJ but I got GDHG. Should I try that again?
After all that, I made a backup of a movie. It seemed to take a bit longer than I recalled. Is there some way to speed up the process a bit?
With the new 1Click, are there any changes that I might need to know in order to make my life and backing up easier.

I have the F8 log from the last Backup
3/1/08 1:20:33 PM info F8 key click: Open temporary log file
3/1/08 1:20:33 PM info Destination: [D] PLEXTOR DVDR PX-716A 1.11 (Ide) -
3/1/08 1:20:33 PM info Source: [E] LITEON DVD-ROM LTD163 GDHG (Ide) -
3/1/08 1:20:33 PM info DVD2DVD: 5.6.3.3 VSO_HWE: 2.1.7.338 BOUDUCON: 2.1.1.9
3/1/08 1:20:33 PM info CPRx error correction enabled : TRUE
3/1/08 1:20:33 PM info [E] LITEON DVD-ROM LTD163 GDHG (Ide)
3/1/08 1:20:33 PM info [D] PLEXTOR DVDR PX-716A 1.11 (Ide)
3/1/08 1:20:33 PM info Loading reader listbox
3/1/08 1:20:33 PM info [D] PLEXTOR DVDR PX-716A 1.11 (Ide)
3/1/08 1:20:33 PM info Loading writer listbox
3/1/08 1:20:32 PM info Burning engine : VSO SDK
3/1/08 1:20:29 PM info Update Notification enabled : TRUE
3/1/08 1:20:29 PM info AutoPlay setting: Enabled
3/1/08 1:20:29 PM info User default language : 1033 (0x0409h) - English (United States)
3/1/08 1:20:29 PM info System default language : 1033 (0x0409h) - English (United States)
3/1/08 1:20:29 PM info Version 5.4.3.6
3/1/08 1:20:29 PM info ExeName : "C:\Program Files\LG Software Innovations\1Click DVD Copy 5\1ClickDvdCopy.exe"
3/1/08 1:20:29 PM info OS : Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 (Build 2600)
3/1/08 1:20:27 PM info ******************** Report session started ********************
3/1/08 1:13:13 PM info ******************** Report session closed *********************
3/1/08 1:13:13 PM warning CLOSE button clicked by user
3/1/08 1:13:05 PM info No video compression required
3/1/08 1:13:04 PM info Preferred Audio Language : english
3/1/08 1:12:03 PM info Volume name: PHONEBOOTH_4X3
3/1/08 1:12:03 PM info The Windows file system cache is out of sync with the actual DVD contents
3/1/08 1:12:02 PM info High level Volume Name:

Thanks for all the help,
Dan F :bow:

I checked my Secondary IDE channel. They are both set to DMA if available but I couldn’t set the current transfer mode to Ultra DMA. It is set to PIO mode

More info. I got the IMGBurn info

Filter Driver Load Order - ImgBurn v2.4.0.0

Upper Device Filter: redbook
Upper Class Filter: GEARAspiWDM
Upper Class Filter: pwd_2k
Upper Class Filter: Cdralw2k
Device: CD/DVD-ROM Device
Lower Class Filter: Cdr4_xp
Lower Class Filter: PxHelp20
Lower Class Filter: dvd43llh
Lower Device Filter: [None Found]

    Filter Name:  redbook
      File Name:  C:\WINDOWS\System32\DRIVERS\redbook.sys
   File Version:  5.1.2600.2180 (xpsp_sp2_rtm.040803-2158)

File Description: Redbook Audio Filter Driver
Product Name: Microsoft® Windows® Operating System
Product Version: 5.1.2600.2180
Company Name: Microsoft Corporation
Copyright: © Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

    Filter Name:  GEARAspiWDM
      File Name:  C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\GEARAspiWDM.sys
   File Version:  2.0.4.3

File Description: CDRom Class Filter Driver
Product Name: GEAR.wrks
Product Version: 7.xx [2.0.4.3]
Company Name: GEAR Software Inc.
Copyright: Copyright © GEAR Software Inc. 2005

    Filter Name:  pwd_2k
      File Name:  C:\WINDOWS\system32\Drivers\pwd_2k.sys
   File Version:  7.1.0.95 

File Description: Win2000 Framework for Packet Write Driver
Product Name: Drag-to-Disc
Product Version: 7.1.0.95
Company Name: Roxio
Copyright: Copyright © 1994-2004 Roxio, Inc.

    Filter Name:  Cdralw2k
      File Name:  C:\WINDOWS\system32\Drivers\Cdralw2k.sys
   File Version:  8.0.0.212 

File Description: CDRAL Place Holder Driver (see PxHelp)
Product Name: Drag-to-Disc
Product Version: 8.0.0.212
Company Name: Sonic Solutions
Copyright: Copyright © 1994-2005 Sonic Solutions

    Filter Name:  Cdr4_xp
      File Name:  C:\WINDOWS\system32\Drivers\Cdr4_xp.sys
   File Version:  8.0.0.212 

File Description: CDR4 CD and DVD Place Holder Driver (see PxHelp)
Product Name: Drag-to-Disc
Product Version: 8.0.0.212
Company Name: Sonic Solutions
Copyright: Copyright © 1994-2005 Sonic Solutions

    Filter Name:  PxHelp20
      File Name:  C:\WINDOWS\System32\Drivers\PxHelp20.sys
   File Version:  3.00.41a [3.0.41.0]

File Description: Px Engine Device Driver for Windows 2000/XP
Product Name: PxHelp20
Product Version: [2.0.0.0]
Company Name: Sonic Solutions
Copyright: Copyright © Sonic Solutions

    Filter Name:  dvd43llh
      File Name:  C:\WINDOWS\System32\DRIVERS\dvd43llh.sys
   File Version:  3.5.000 [3.5.0.0]

File Description: dvd43llh.sys
Product Name: DVD For Free
Product Version: 3.5.000 [3.5.0.0]
Company Name: RIF
Copyright: Copyleft © 2002 - 2005 RIF

Not sure what it means but that is nothing new.
It asked if I would like to get rid of DVD Decrypter.
I have that and DVDFab which I use sometimes with DVD Shrink
Any suggestions as to whether I should do anything with these programs.
Hopefully the new 1 Click is so good I will never need them again and should just free up the space. Recommendations?

Thanks again
Dan

[QUOTE=dan0661;2010798]Good day so far.
I removed updated rebooted rebooted updated and rebooted and all that stuff and it seems to be good. I do have some questions.
If I go to the Add/Delete programs, it shows 1Click DVD Copy 4.2.9.13 and 4.5.3.6 . Should they both be there?[/QUOTE]

No ,
4.2.9.13 should NOT be there

  • Remove

You might need this … [B][I]If[/I][/B] - it becomes necessary
[B]Complete/Clean Uninstall/REinstall [/B]

DVD43 launches automatically at start up. Can I change it so that it doesn’t?
Not related, but Creative Diagnostics Agent also launches automatically. Can I change that also?
After all the downloads, there are these setup icons on my desk top. Can I click on them and delete them?

You may Delete the shortcuts if you prefer
You may ‘pin to start menu’ or access through "All Programs’

Open Advanced Windows Care Personal> Tools > Start-Up Manager
( it’s completely free and a very recommended clean-up program )

You will be presented with a listing of the Programs

  • Programs that are designated to Start-Up with Windows
  • and Descriptions of Each ( Click on Selection )

Any Start Up Entry - Referring to any DVD/CD Software ?
Windows Media Player ?
ITunes ?
CloneCD ?

If So = UN Check it

This only Disables the Program - from the List

  • Designated to ‘Start-Up’ - with Windows
    You would - still - be able to ‘manually’ start the Program(s) - when needed

Also …
UN Check anything - Not Trustworthy
UN Check anything - Not Necessary or Not Preferred
( you may click on an Start-Up item > Select Disable - If you prefer )
>> Apply
> Reboot

or -
You could also , Go into Msconfig - and Deselect unneeded Programs

How to use MSCONFIG ?

When I did my firmware update from liteon, I’m pretty sure that I clicked on GDHJ but I got GDHG. Should I try that again?
After all that, I made a backup of a movie. It seemed to take a bit longer than I recalled.

Did your Reboot ?

Maybe you’ll fine help with your Drive’s Firmware here :
LiteOn Firmwares/codeguys.rpc1.org

Make Sure your Drives are Empty
Be sure to Exit DVD43

  • before Installing the Firmware

With the new 1Click, are there any changes that I might need to know in order to make my life and backing up easier

[B]>>> Everything You Need to Know About 1ClickDVDCopy … but Were Afraid to Ask … <<< [/B]
:wink:

[I][B]Right Click on the 1Click Interface > Settings Menu [/B][/I]

>>[B]Set[/B]= Your “Preferred Burn Speed” at 1/2 of your Media’s rating
ie: IF You’re using 16x Media = 8x ;
8x Media = Set for 4x

>>[B]UN[/B] Check= Enable media stats collection - VSO

>>[B]Set[/B]= Your “DVD-R Write Mode” at “Try SAO First”

Is there some way to speed up the process a bit?

I checked my Secondary IDE channel. They are both set to DMA if available but I couldn’t set the current transfer mode to Ultra DMA. It is set to PIO mode

[B]DMA Issues - Checking and Setting // Slow Read and Burn Speeds [/B]

I would go ahead and …

[B] Try Refreshing Your IDE/DVD Drivers[/B]
( same procedure for Resetting a 'stubborn" DMA )
Use this Link for reference :
http://club.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?t=101616

Empty your CD/DVD Drives

Go to >
>> Start > Right Click on My Computer > Properties > Hardware Tab
>> Device Manager

Click the + to Open the IDE ATA ATAPI Controllers
Right Click on the IDE Channel > Properties > Advanced Tab

The First Primary IDE Should read @ Ultra DMA Mode 5
This is Correct = It’s your Hard Drive

> Either a Secondary IDE OR a ‘Second’ Primary IDE
Should have Two Devices ( DVD/CD Drives )
Each Device Should be reading Ultra DMA mode 2
( Depending on the DVD Drive - One might read : Ultra DMA mode 4 )
This will be the ‘corresponding’ IDE Channel - supporting your DVD/CD Drives
[I][B]If it instead Reads : PIO … Yes , that’s the one you’re looking for [/B][/I]

Even though It may be ‘reading’ DMA correctly ;
Follow these instructions

> Go into your Device Manager
> UN install Any/ [B]All [/B]DVD/CD Drives ( Yes , IF : Both Drives )
> Right Click on Drive > Select=UNinstall

Do not restart Yet

> UN install the corresponding IDE Channel
> Right Click on IDE Channel , Select=UNinstall
> [B]Now[/B] REboot
>> REboot [B]again[/B]

This will force the Reinstall of DVD Device Drivers - Refreshing the Drivers

  • which may correct any ‘communication’ issues/corruption

If for some reason your DMA is ‘out-of-whack’

  • The above will fix that too

At any rate ; It won’t hurt

  • It may correct any Drive Communication Issues

At the First sign of any trouble .
this is usually the first thing I’ll do .
You may have just left in a “Skipping Bad Sector”/ CRC error for too long

:iagree:

[QUOTE=dan0661;2010873]I checked my Secondary IDE channel. They are both set to DMA if available but I couldn’t set the current transfer mode to Ultra DMA. It is set to PIO mode

More info. I got the IMGBurn info

Filter Driver Load Order - ImgBurn v2.4.0.0

Upper Device Filter: redbook
Upper Class Filter: GEARAspiWDM
Upper Class Filter: pwd_2k
Upper Class Filter: Cdralw2k
Device: CD/DVD-ROM Device
Lower Class Filter: Cdr4_xp
Lower Class Filter: PxHelp20
Lower Class Filter: dvd43llh
Lower Device Filter: [None Found]

    Filter Name:  redbook
      File Name:  C:\WINDOWS\System32\DRIVERS\[redbook.sys](http://www.file.net/process/redbook.sys.html)
   File Version:  5.1.2600.2180 (xpsp_sp2_rtm.040803-2158)

File Description: Redbook Audio Filter Driver
Product Name: Microsoft® Windows® Operating System
Product Version: 5.1.2600.2180
Company Name: Microsoft Corporation
Copyright: © Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

    Filter Name:  GEARAspiWDM
      File Name:  C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\[GEARAspiWDM.sys](http://www.file.net/process/gearaspiwdm.sys.html)
   File Version:  2.0.4.3

File Description: CDRom Class Filter Driver
Product Name: GEAR.wrks
Product Version: 7.xx [2.0.4.3]
Company Name: GEAR Software Inc.
Copyright: Copyright © GEAR Software Inc. 2005

    Filter Name:  pwd_2k
      File Name:  C:\WINDOWS\system32\Drivers\[pwd_2k.sys](http://www.file.net/process/pwd_2k.sys.html)
   File Version:  7.1.0.95 

File Description: Win2000 Framework for Packet Write Driver
Product Name: Drag-to-Disc
Product Version: 7.1.0.95
Company Name: Roxio
Copyright: Copyright © 1994-2004 Roxio, Inc.

    Filter Name:  Cdralw2k
      File Name:  C:\WINDOWS\system32\Drivers\[Cdralw2k.sys](http://www.file.net/process/cdralw2k.sys.html)
   File Version:  8.0.0.212 

File Description: CDRAL Place Holder Driver (see PxHelp)
Product Name: Drag-to-Disc
Product Version: 8.0.0.212
Company Name: Sonic Solutions
Copyright: Copyright © 1994-2005 Sonic Solutions

    Filter Name:  Cdr4_xp
      File Name:  C:\WINDOWS\system32\Drivers\[Cdr4_xp.sys](http://www.file.net/process/cdr4_xp.sys.html)
   File Version:  8.0.0.212 

File Description: CDR4 CD and DVD Place Holder Driver (see PxHelp)
Product Name: Drag-to-Disc
Product Version: 8.0.0.212
Company Name: Sonic Solutions
Copyright: Copyright © 1994-2005 Sonic Solutions

    Filter Name:  PxHelp20
      File Name:  C:\WINDOWS\System32\Drivers\[PxHelp20.sys](http://www.file.net/process/pxhelp20.sys.html)
   File Version:  3.00.41a [3.0.41.0]

File Description: Px Engine Device Driver for Windows 2000/XP
Product Name: PxHelp20
Product Version: [2.0.0.0]
Company Name: Sonic Solutions
Copyright: Copyright © Sonic Solutions

    Filter Name:  dvd43llh
      File Name:  C:\WINDOWS\System32\DRIVERS\[dvd43llh.sys](http://www.file.net/process/dvd43llh.sys.html)
   File Version:  3.5.000 [3.5.0.0]

File Description: dvd43llh.sys
Product Name: DVD For Free
Product Version: 3.5.000 [3.5.0.0]
Company Name: RIF
Copyright: Copyleft © 2002 - 2005 RIF

Not sure what it means but that is nothing new.
It asked if I would like to get rid of DVD Decrypter.
I have that and DVDFab which I use sometimes with DVD Shrink
Any suggestions as to whether I should do anything with these programs.
Hopefully the new 1 Click is so good I will never need them again and should just free up the space. Recommendations?

Thanks again
Dan[/QUOTE]

DVD Decrypter , DVDShrink and DVDFab are fairly inert
These Programs only Run when you open them
You may want to Exit DVD43 - before opening them … but :
They are not your Problems
I have all ; DVD Decrypter , DVDShrink and DVDFab(free) installed
… but don’t really use them much

OK , Here’s the skinny :

[B]Green= No Problem - Leave these be [/B]

[B]RED = BAD : Definite Issue [/B]

Filter Name: pwd_2k
File Name: C:\WINDOWS\system32\Drivers[pwd_2k.sys](pwd_2k.sys file information)
File Version: 7.1.0.95
File Description: [COLOR=“Blue”]Win2000 Framework for Packet Write Driver
Product Name: Drag-to-Disc
Product Version: 7.1.0.95
Company Name: Roxio
Copyright: Copyright © 1994-2004 Roxio, Inc.[/COLOR]
[[B]pwd_2k.sys file information[/B]](pwd_2k.sys file information)

    Filter Name:  Cdralw2k
      File Name:  C:\WINDOWS\system32\Drivers\[Cdralw2k.sys](http://www.file.net/process/cdralw2k.sys.html)
   File Version:  8.0.0.212 

File Description: [COLOR=“blue”]CDRAL Place Holder Driver (see PxHelp)
Product Name: Drag-to-Disc
Product Version: 8.0.0.212
Company Name: Sonic Solutions
Copyright: Copyright © 1994-2005 Sonic Solutions[/COLOR]
[B]Cdralw2k.sys file information[/B]

    Filter Name:  Cdr4_xp
      File Name:  C:\WINDOWS\system32\Drivers\[Cdr4_xp.sys](http://www.file.net/process/cdr4_xp.sys.html)
   File Version:  8.0.0.212 

File Description: [COLOR=“blue”]CDR4 CD and DVD Place Holder Driver (see PxHelp)
Product Name: Drag-to-Disc
Product Version: 8.0.0.212
Company Name: Sonic Solutions
Copyright: Copyright © 1994-2005 Sonic Solutions[/COLOR]
[B]Cdr4_xp.sys file information[/B]

Wow … Bingo …:eek:

Here’s the Usual …

Let’s check something …

Go to > Start > My Computer
> Right Click on DVD drive > Properties > Auto-Play tab

What do you have selected for the “Action to Perform” for [B]'DVD Movie[/B]" ?
This should be set as "[B]Take no action[/B]"
OR
Set only for your DVD Player ( WinDVD/Power DVD )

  • [B]be sure to close your ‘Player’ before opening 1Click [/B]

What do you have selected for the “Action to Perform” for [B]'Blank CD"[/B] ?
This should be set as “[B]Take no action[/B]”

While here in the DVD Drive 'Properties"
Do you have a “DLA” tab ?
= [B]Disable[/B] DLA


Would you happen to have

  • Nero ( [B]InCD[/B] )
    or
    Roxio ( [B]DragtoDisc[/B]/ EasyArchive/ DirectCD )
  • installed/active on your Computer ?

[B]FAQ[/B] : Can other software conflict with the installation
and operation of 1Click DVD Copy?

[B]Definite Problems :[/B]
DragtoDisc most probably -Must- Go …

In some Set-Ups , Disabling DragtoDisc seems to be OK

  • In others
    It has to be REMOVED

If you don’t use - Remove it

You can try again - with DragtoDisc -Disabled

… but in most cases … [B]it needs to be removed [/B]



To Remove  DragtoDisc

&gt;&gt; Go to &gt; 
&gt; Start &gt; Control Panel &gt; Add/Remove Programs 

&gt; Look for a Listing for DragtoDisc 
If Found &gt; Select Remove &gt; Reboot 

If not separate listing for DragtoDisc :

&gt;&gt; Find the listing for Roxio ( or Sonic ) 
&gt; Select Change 
Select the DragtoDisc Sub-Component &gt; Select Uninstall 
&gt;&gt; Reboot 




Let me know - if you need help finding the DragtoDisc program 
We can simply delete the Filters - if it comes to that , but .... 
It is better - to actually find and remove them with offending program 


[B]Possible Issues [/B]; Not Probable :
You should be Allright
As long as the Program using these Filters

  • Is not Running and Disabled from Windows ‘Start-Up’

Leave these for now …

Filter Name: GEARAspiWDM
File Name: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS[GEARAspiWDM.sys](http://www.file.net/process/gearaspiwdm.sys.html)
File Version: 2.0.4.3
File Description: CDRom Class Filter Driver
Product Name: [COLOR=“Navy”]GEAR.wrks
Product Version: 7.xx [2.0.4.3]
Company Name: GEAR Software Inc.
Copyright: Copyright © GEAR Software Inc. 2005[/COLOR]

GEARAspiWDM.sys file information

Be sure that ITunes is Disabled from Windows Start-Up

Finally …

I’d recommend that you Try using EnditALL while Copying/Burning
… to free up your resources
… You might be surprised at what’s running - in the background

That’ll keep you busy :smiley:

:slight_smile:

Hello again,
more deleting, rebooting configuring and rebooting. I tried the firmware update again. After clicking on the link for GDHJ, when it gets to the point where the flash file opens, it shows FW revision GDHG. I tried the GDHJ link from codeguys and it says the drive model doesn’t match. So I am revision GDHG.
For the IDE, there is the Primary IDE with device 0 and device 1. Device 0 is Ultra DMA Mode 5. Device 1 is not applicable. For secondary IDE, after UN install & reboot, has changed to PIO only for device 0 & 1.

I couldn’t find Drag to Disc by itself. I tried to change Roxio and the only option it gave me was to have a desktop icon or not. I haven’t used Roxio since 2-2-05 so I deleted the whole Roxio Easy Media Creator 7 Basic DVD Edition.

I Downloaded and installed the VSOinspector. It seems simple enough. Insert Movie DVD Open Inspector, select scan, wait a moment then it tells me, Blank media inserted. Then the Interactual media player open and the movie starts.
I must be missing something in the instruction process.

I set both drive to Take no action when disc inserted.

I’ve run Advance Windows Care and unchecked I believe everything that was listed there. I think it was 4 of the items have turned themselves on. The list shows the same file, one unchecked and the other now checked.

I got into end it all just a bit and thought it was more that I wanted to attempt at the moment. I’ll need to do a bit more reading before I start messing with that one.I have a couple backups to do so I will give them a rip and post results later.
Thanks, Dan

3/8/08 9:39:24 AM info F8 key click: Open temporary log file
3/8/08 9:39:22 AM info Destination: [D] PLEXTOR DVDR PX-716A 1.11 (Ide) -
3/8/08 9:39:22 AM info Source: [E] LITEON DVD-ROM LTD163 GDHG (Ide) -
3/8/08 9:39:22 AM info DVD2DVD: 5.6.3.3 VSO_HWE: 2.1.7.338 BOUDUCON: 2.1.1.9
3/8/08 9:39:21 AM info CPRx error correction enabled : TRUE
3/8/08 9:39:21 AM info [E] LITEON DVD-ROM LTD163 GDHG (Ide)
3/8/08 9:39:21 AM info [D] PLEXTOR DVDR PX-716A 1.11 (Ide)
3/8/08 9:39:21 AM info Loading reader listbox
3/8/08 9:39:21 AM info [D] PLEXTOR DVDR PX-716A 1.11 (Ide)
3/8/08 9:39:21 AM info Loading writer listbox
3/8/08 9:39:21 AM info Burning engine : VSO SDK
3/8/08 9:39:10 AM info Update Notification enabled : TRUE
3/8/08 9:39:10 AM info AutoPlay setting: Enabled
3/8/08 9:39:10 AM info User default language : 1033 (0x0409h) - English (United States)
3/8/08 9:39:10 AM info System default language : 1033 (0x0409h) - English (United States)
3/8/08 9:39:10 AM info Version 5.4.3.6
3/8/08 9:39:10 AM info ExeName : "C:\Program Files\LG Software Innovations\1Click DVD Copy 5\1ClickDvdCopy.exe"
3/8/08 9:39:10 AM info OS : Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 (Build 2600)
3/8/08 9:39:09 AM info ******************** Report session started ********************
3/8/08 9:33:34 AM info ******************** Report session closed *********************
3/8/08 9:33:34 AM warning CLOSE button clicked by user
3/8/08 9:33:32 AM info Folder “C:\Documents and Settings\Dan\Local Settings\Application Data\1Click DVD Copy\Temp” deleted
3/8/08 9:32:38 AM info Copy completed.
3/8/08 9:32:38 AM info Writer: Finalization Time 00:00:18 - Total completion time 00:08:44
3/8/08 9:32:38 AM info Writer: WRITE SUCCESS
3/8/08 9:32:19 AM info Writer: Write finished in 00:08:26 - Finalization start here. Avg. burn rate 7.23
3/8/08 9:23:53 AM info Writer: Lead-in burning time (mS) 195
3/8/08 9:23:53 AM info Writer: Write started 2253360 sectors to write
3/8/08 9:23:53 AM info Writer: Init success: DVD-R DAO
3/8/08 9:23:53 AM info Writer: Writing speed requested x8.0, effective x8.0
3/8/08 9:23:53 AM info Writer: Available write speed: 16x, 12x, 8x, 6x, 4x
3/8/08 9:23:53 AM info Writer: Media ID: SONY16D1
3/8/08 9:23:53 AM info Writer: Media type: DVD-R
3/8/08 9:23:53 AM info Writer: Ultra DMA mode 4 (ATA66)
3/8/08 9:23:50 AM info Writer: Scanned files #9, folder #2 - total size 4613763072 b. (4.3 Gb.)
3/8/08 9:23:50 AM info Writer: Inserted media type : DVD-R
3/8/08 9:23:50 AM info Writer: Write started
3/8/08 9:23:49 AM info Volume name: CRADLE_TO_THE_GRAVE
3/8/08 9:23:49 AM info Source path for burning "C:\Documents and Settings\Dan\Local Settings\Application Data\1Click DVD Copy\Temp\CRADLE_TO_THE_GRAVE\VIDEO_TS"
3/8/08 9:23:41 AM info Writer: New media inserted. Burning layer is ready to write
3/8/08 9:23:01 AM info Writer: Compatible media types : DVD-R, DVD-RW Seq., DVD-RW RO, DVD+R, DVD+RW, CD-R, CD-RW, DL DVD+R, DL DVD-R
3/8/08 9:23:01 AM info Writer: New Drive selected : 1:0:0 - PLEXTOR DVDR PX-716A 1.11 [D] (Ide)
3/8/08 9:23:01 AM info IFO reallocation not required
3/8/08 9:23:01 AM info Preparing to burn
3/8/08 9:23:01 AM info Transcoding finished
3/8/08 9:23:01 AM info Transcoding time: 0:12:44
3/8/08 9:10:16 AM info Transcoding started…
3/8/08 9:10:16 AM info Working Folder has “41478 Mb.” of free space
3/8/08 9:10:16 AM info Working Folder : C:\Documents and Settings\Dan\Local Settings\Application Data\1Click DVD Copy
3/8/08 9:10:16 AM info Source size : 5.7568 GB
3/8/08 9:10:16 AM info Disable startup of media player on DVD: TRUE
3/8/08 9:10:16 AM info Enable media stats collection - VSO: FALSE
3/8/08 9:10:16 AM info Turn off computer after burn: FALSE
3/8/08 9:10:16 AM info Delete temporary files: TRUE
3/8/08 9:10:16 AM info Warn before erasing RW media: TRUE
3/8/08 9:10:16 AM info Allow DVD tray eject: TRUE
3/8/08 9:10:16 AM info Prompt for another copy of the same source: TRUE
3/8/08 9:10:16 AM info Preferred Burn Speed: x8
3/8/08 9:10:16 AM info Save Episodes or Extras option setting: FALSE
3/8/08 9:10:16 AM info DVD-R Write Mode: Prefer DAO(SAO)
3/8/08 9:10:16 AM info Dual Layer Media: FALSE
3/8/08 9:10:16 AM info Movie Only Menus: FALSE
3/8/08 9:10:16 AM info Keep Subtitles: FALSE
3/8/08 9:10:16 AM info Prefer DTS Audio: FALSE
3/8/08 9:10:16 AM info All Languages: FALSE
3/8/08 9:10:16 AM info Extras or Episodes: FALSE
3/8/08 9:10:16 AM info Show Hint popups: TRUE
3/8/08 9:10:16 AM info START button clicked
3/8/08 9:10:16 AM info Read access layer: Using Patin-Couffin driver Version 1.37, Internal revision 37 - Async. Access mode
3/8/08 9:10:03 AM info No video compression required
3/8/08 9:10:03 AM info Titleset 1 - Audio 1: English (Dolby AC-3 6ch 48Kbps DRC ) (ID: 0x80)
3/8/08 9:10:01 AM info Preferred Audio Language : english
3/8/08 9:10:01 AM info Volume name: CRADLE_TO_THE_GRAVE
3/8/08 9:09:55 AM info Destination: [D] PLEXTOR DVDR PX-716A 1.11 (Ide) -
3/8/08 9:09:55 AM info Source: [E] LITEON DVD-ROM LTD163 GDHG (Ide) -
3/8/08 9:09:55 AM info DVD2DVD: 5.6.3.3 VSO_HWE: 2.1.7.338 BOUDUCON: 2.1.1.9
3/8/08 9:09:55 AM info DVD43 process detected: 4.1.1.1
3/8/08 9:09:55 AM info CPRx error correction enabled : TRUE
3/8/08 9:09:55 AM info [E] LITEON DVD-ROM LTD163 GDHG (Ide)
3/8/08 9:09:55 AM info [D] PLEXTOR DVDR PX-716A 1.11 (Ide)
3/8/08 9:09:55 AM info Loading reader listbox
3/8/08 9:09:55 AM info [D] PLEXTOR DVDR PX-716A 1.11 (Ide)
3/8/08 9:09:55 AM info Loading writer listbox
3/8/08 9:09:54 AM info Burning engine : VSO SDK
3/8/08 9:09:50 AM info Update Notification enabled : TRUE
3/8/08 9:09:50 AM info AutoPlay setting: Enabled
3/8/08 9:09:50 AM info User default language : 1033 (0x0409h) - English (United States)
3/8/08 9:09:50 AM info System default language : 1033 (0x0409h) - English (United States)
3/8/08 9:09:50 AM info Version 5.4.3.6
3/8/08 9:09:50 AM info ExeName : "C:\Program Files\LG Software Innovations\1Click DVD Copy 5\1ClickDvdCopy.exe"
3/8/08 9:09:50 AM info OS : Microsoft Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2 (Build 2600)
3/8/08 9:09:48 AM info ******************** Report session started ********************

Posted my last backup. Went well:bigsmile:. At least I thought. Any thing you see that could be adjusted or corrected would be appreciated.
Thanks,
Dan

[QUOTE=dan0661;2014905]Hello again,
more deleting, rebooting configuring and rebooting. I tried the firmware update again. After clicking on the link for GDHJ, when it gets to the point where the flash file opens, it shows FW revision GDHG. I tried the GDHJ link from codeguys and it says the drive model doesn’t match. So I am revision GDHG.
For the IDE, there is the Primary IDE with device 0 and device 1. Device 0 is Ultra DMA Mode 5. Device 1 is not applicable. For secondary IDE, after UN install & reboot, has changed to PIO only for device 0 & 1.[/QUOTE]

You need to Get your Secondary IDE to DMA
PIO is a problem

If you can Not get your DMA - to Reset
Contact Dell Support
You may need to apply a ‘Patch’ ( there’s one below )

Try this - from Dell …
Utility to set Secondary IDE controller CD devices to DMA mode.

-or/ then -

Try this :
Remove DVD43
Search your Computer for all 'Files and Folders(inc Hidden) for DVD43
Delete any Remnants
Run CCleaner > Registry > Fix All Issues
> Reboot

Try Resetting your DMA as Instructed
> Uninstall each Drive
> Uninstall the Secondary IDE
( OR RUN the DMA PATCH )
> Reboot Twice

If Successful … then Reinstall DVD43 4.1 > Reboot


Did your LITEON DVD-ROM LTD163  - come with your Computer ? 
A Dell ..... right ? 

Dell has Removed all Direct Links for Firmware for the  LTD163  
http://www.dellcommunity.com/supportforums/board/message?board.id=dim_cdrom&message.id=61489&c=us&l=en&cs=&s=gen
That's probably their  way of saying :
"If you still have this Drive - You should replace it "

Your DVD-Rom Drive must be 4-5 years old 
It may have Died 
If the Drive is Bad 
- This Might be your DMA/PIO Problem 

Your Plextor - isn't getting any younger - either 
If a DVD drive last 2 years - That's outstanding 

The good news is 
New Burners are only $30.00+/-

[LG // LG H55](http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=2000100005+50001623+1036506653)
[Samsung 202](http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=2000100005+50001077+1036506653)
[Pioneer 115](http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=2000100005+50001167+1036506653+1036906731&name=2MB)

;)  $30.00 +/-

I , myself , would replace the DVD-ROM Drive - with a new burner 




> I couldn't find Drag to Disc by itself.  I tried to change Roxio and the only option it gave me was to have a desktop icon or not.  I haven't used Roxio since 2-2-05 so I deleted the whole Roxio Easy Media Creator 7 Basic DVD Edition.



If you've Completely removed Roxio 
Run this :
[Roxio Zap 1.0
 Remove Roxio software trails from your computer](http://www.softpedia.com/get/Tweak/Uninstallers/Roxio-Zap.shtml)

You might try running This - Before trying to Fix your DMA again ....



> I Downloaded and installed the VSOInspector.  It seems simple enough.  Insert Movie DVD Open Inspector, select scan, wait a moment then it tells me, Blank media inserted.  Then the Interactual media player open and the movie starts.
> I must be missing something in the instruction process.


The [B]InterActual [/B]media player 
- is the devil :eek:

It's probably Blocking Access - to the Drive 
.... So that the VSOInspector - can't read the Disc ....


[B]Beware[/B] the infamously  annoying InterActual  Player : AutoRun Program
 
[B]Found & removed Autorun from Video DVD![/B]

The DVD that you are trying to Back-Up 
- May be trying to Install a PC Friendly , AutoRun Program / Player 

[B][I]Be Sure to Close  any   'Auto-Run' Player Prompts  [/I][/B]
[B]DO NOT ALLOW these 'Players' to Install [/B]


.... and/  or .... even better .....

&gt;&gt;[B]Press and Hold [/B]the &lt;  SHIFT &gt;  key
 - when inserting the DVD into your Source Drive 
&gt;&gt; [I][B]Hold The SHIFT key [/B][/I]: Until the LED Stops Blinking
This will Block the DVDs 'Auto-Run'


````````````````````````````

Maybe your  Drive - is not properly 'Refreshing' 

Since  You're using DVD43 ( and the same could apply to AnyDVD ) :

Each time You finish with one Disc &gt; Close 1Click 

&gt; Let DVD43 recognize the Next Disc 
&gt; Open your DVD Player - and skip though a little of the Disc 
&gt;&gt; Close your DVD Player 
&gt; Now Open 1Click 

If there seems to be a Problem - Reading the Source 
&gt; Close 1Click
&gt; Remove the Disc 
&gt; Replace the Disc 
&gt; Let DVD43 recognize the Disc 
&gt; Open your DVD Player - and skip though a little of the Disc 
&gt;&gt; Close your DVD Player 
&gt; Now Open 1Click 


You need to Allow DVD43 / Your Source drive to "Refresh"



> I set both drive to Take no action when disc inserted.
>   
> I've run Advance Windows Care and unchecked I believe everything that was listed there.  I think it was 4 of the items have turned themselves on.  The list shows the same file, one unchecked and the other now checked.
> 
> I got into end it all just a bit and thought it was more that I wanted to attempt at the moment.  I'll need to do a bit more reading before I start messing with that one.I have a couple backups to do so I will give them a rip and post results later.
> Thanks, Dan


In AWCP - start-Up :
You would have to Tell me what those Programs were 
- that - turned themselves back On 

There are Certain things that might need to Start with Windows 
( AntiVirus , UPS ...etc ) 


The Great thing about EnditALL 
..... Is it just 'Closes" - what's Running 
EnditALL - doesn't "Change" Anything 
When you Reboot - Everything -IS - as Before 
You go right back to how you were 

Once you try it once or twice 
- It wont be so intimidating ;)


:)

ok