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Old 03-06-2008, 08:33 PM
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Hi All,

I'm getting an "Error reserving zone for burn" when I try to create a dvd disk from an iso I just recently made. Does anyone know what that means?

I'm burning with: UltraISO 7.6.5.1269
on A PC running: XP Home SP2,
with media type: DVD+R

never had this problem before when burning with this app.

and the DVD is out of a pack I have used with out Error so far DVD+R
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Old 03-07-2008, 02:24 PM
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I had this problem with my internal dvd burner before... oddly, it went away when i switched to my external burner! Perhaps it is a drive problem? Had the error on my LG drive but works fine on my external Sony DVD burner! LG works when I use a cd, just not a dvd! I also switched to MagicISO, and the LG was able to burn the image, so I am now believing it is a UltraISO combined with a drive compatibility problem!
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Try a different brand medium...e.g. if you used maxxell, try sony.
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