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    DVD-RAM Errors!!!!! (Windows XP Professional)

    I purchased a Fujitsu Siemans Scaleo 600 PC (1.9Ghz with 80gb disk, 512mb Menmory, CD-Rewriter/player and DVD-ROM 2 years ago. I then installed a DVD-RAM player/re-writer from a company called Mirror Products. Software supplied for re-writing is from a German company called VOB and is called Instant CD-DVD, version 6.5.

    It plays commercial DVD's fine but when creating a project within Instant CD-DVD to convert mpeg video files to the format for writing to a DVD re-cordable disk, it gives the following error messages:

    Access violation at address 005D289D in module "instantvideo.exe" Read of Address 01BEC000"

    The instruction at 0x77f51baa referenced memory at 0x00000010 - The memory could not be written.

    Would anyone be able to offer any light on this subject

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    Re: DVD-RAM Errors!!!!! (Windows XP Professional)

    When you look in Event Viewer at the time you're getting these errors do you get any helpful ancillary error info? Start>Run>eventvwr.msc>services/applications>stretch out the box>look for similar errors>left click open or right click properties.

    Is there any helpful information at the DVD/CD Rom Drives entry in Device Manager? Windows+Pause Break to System Properties>Device Manager How about on the driver tabs of the DVD and CD players?

    SMBP

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    Re: DVD-RAM Errors!!!!! (Windows XP Professional)

    Do you have up-to-date drivers? Have you check for updated software from VOB - many times software that is supplied with hardware is somewhat old and has been updated.

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