[QUOTE=geno888;2188603]Even if the burning software refers that the burning was completed successfully, this doesn’t mean that data on the disc are really burned correctly.
This happen very often when using low quality discs. Try again to burn on a quality disc, this should solve.
To be sure that is not a bug in the software, you can also try to verify the discs with a different one. If you burned from an ISO file, ImgBurn allow you to do a comparison between the burned disc and the ISO file on HDD, to check if all data were burned correctly. If also ImgBurn gives errors in the verification, then the disc was bad burned (and as I said, the most frequent culprit is a low quality disc).[/QUOTE]
Yes… and if you are using the burning engine supplied with DVDFab (the VSO one), it also has proven to be problematic with several users recently, and it is suspected to be a little bit buggy… trying another one (the default one to try as per almost unanimous acclaim on this forum) is
Imgburn - a free download.