I recently purchased a Sony DVD/CD RW DL Drive. Excited to burn/copy my dvd’s so when I travel if they get lost or stolen it won’t matter. I downloaded AnyDVD and DVDCopy 2 Trials. I’ve read through all the newbie forums/posts/tutorials. But I’m still have issues copying my dvd’s.
Here is a short list of my system specs:
OS: Microsoft Windows XP Pro
System Manufacturer: 939M2
System Model: 939Dual-SATA2
BIOS: Default System BIOS
Processor: AMD Athlon™ 64 Processor 3000+, MMX, 3DNOW, ~1.8GHz
Memory: 1024 MB RAM
So as it goes, I want to make an exact copy of my dvd’s(menu’s and all)
I have AnyDVD running while I open up DVDClone2. I’m using FujiFilm DVD+R,120min,4.7GB,16x DVD’s. So to begin, i start up CloneDVD and click the middle button. I then go to the top and set the Drive that the dvd is in. Which is my D: Drive(I have a read only dvd drive, and my new rw DVD drive) It brings up the VIDEO_TS, I click next, and the preview starts, everything looks good, I also change the box to DVD +/- DL. I move onto the Audio and Subtitles Screen, and undo them because I don’t really need them. I move onto the Go! Button, and it begins to save to the temp file(i supppose?) as it hits 100% Before anything has actually burned to the dvd, I get the woman “Oh no!” or something like that and it says, that the source is too big? or something to that effect. I can redo it and get the exact error, but it something like that.
So why isn’t the 4.7GHz enough to burn the entire cd? Do i need to compress something? I really want to copy my dvds. Any help would be great. If you need anymore info I’ll get it. TY