panic: need to burn 50 cds but Vista/XP issue

Discussion in 'NZ Computing' started by Boppy, Jun 14, 2009.

  1. Boppy

    Boppy Guest

    Hi guys, last time I had to burn multiple disks, I did them with Nero
    on my Vista laptop but then discovered they wouldn't read on an XP
    machine. So this time I've started burning on the Xp with Nero 6 and
    the disks won't read in my Vista machine.

    Nor can my Vista machine read the disk if I burn it with Windows XP.

    What's a girl to do? My audience will no doubt be a mix of Vista and
    XP. Do I have to burn half my disks in each format?

    What do the cool kids do when burning CDs these days?

    I have to take these on a plane tomorrow morning and already see I'll
    be up all night ...

    J
     
    Boppy, Jun 14, 2009
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  2. Boppy

    Boppy Guest

    On Jun 14, 9:30 pm, Collector€NZ <> wrote:
    > Boppy wrote:
    > > Hi guys, last time I had to burn multiple disks, I did them with Nero
    > > on my Vista laptop but then discovered they wouldn't read on an XP
    > > machine. So this time I've started burning on the Xp with Nero 6 and
    > > the disks won't read in my Vista machine.

    >
    > > Nor can my Vista machine read the disk if I burn it with Windows XP.

    >
    > > What's a girl to do? My audience will no doubt be a mix of Vista and
    > > XP. Do I have to burn half my disks in each format?

    >
    > > What do the cool kids do when burning CDs these days?

    >
    > > I have to take these on a plane tomorrow morning and already see I'll
    > > be up all night ...

    >
    > > J

    >
    > Turn off multisession


    thanks, but is already turned off
     
    Boppy, Jun 14, 2009
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  3. In message <0051557f-9d35-4db2-9b31-
    >, Boppy wrote:

    > Hi guys, last time I had to burn multiple disks, I did them with Nero
    > on my Vista laptop but then discovered they wouldn't read on an XP
    > machine. So this time I've started burning on the Xp with Nero 6 and
    > the disks won't read in my Vista machine.
    >
    > Nor can my Vista machine read the disk if I burn it with Windows XP.


    Try burning at a slower speed.
     
    Lawrence D'Oliveiro, Jun 14, 2009
    #3
  4. Boppy

    Boppy Guest

    On Jun 14, 9:56 pm, Lawrence D'Oliveiro <l...@geek-
    central.gen.new_zealand> wrote:
    > In message <0051557f-9d35-4db2-9b31-
    >
    > >, Boppy wrote:
    > > Hi guys, last time I had to burn multiple disks, I did them with Nero
    > > on my Vista laptop but then discovered they wouldn't read on an XP
    > > machine. So this time I've started burning on the Xp with Nero 6 and
    > > the disks won't read in my Vista machine.

    >
    > > Nor can my Vista machine read the disk if I burn it with Windows XP.

    >
    > Try burning at a slower speed.


    Nup, Vista still thinks it's a blank disk
     
    Boppy, Jun 14, 2009
    #4
  5. Boppy

    Enkidu Guest

    Boppy wrote:
    > Hi guys, last time I had to burn multiple disks, I did them with Nero
    > on my Vista laptop but then discovered they wouldn't read on an XP
    > machine. So this time I've started burning on the Xp with Nero 6 and
    > the disks won't read in my Vista machine.
    >
    > Nor can my Vista machine read the disk if I burn it with Windows XP.
    >
    > What's a girl to do? My audience will no doubt be a mix of Vista and
    > XP. Do I have to burn half my disks in each format?
    >
    > What do the cool kids do when burning CDs these days?
    >
    > I have to take these on a plane tomorrow morning and already see I'll
    > be up all night ...
    >

    A CD is a CD. It shouldn't matter what machine you burn them on. Sorry,
    that's not much help. You could try burning them at a lower speed.

    Cheers,

    Cliff

    --

    The Internet is interesting in that although the nicknames may change,
    the same old personalities show through.
     
    Enkidu, Jun 14, 2009
    #5
  6. Boppy

    Enkidu Guest

    Boppy wrote:
    > On Jun 14, 9:56 pm, Lawrence D'Oliveiro <l...@geek-
    > central.gen.new_zealand> wrote:
    >> In message <0051557f-9d35-4db2-9b31-
    >>
    >> >, Boppy wrote:
    >>> Hi guys, last time I had to burn multiple disks, I did them with Nero
    >>> on my Vista laptop but then discovered they wouldn't read on an XP
    >>> machine. So this time I've started burning on the Xp with Nero 6 and
    >>> the disks won't read in my Vista machine.
    >>> Nor can my Vista machine read the disk if I burn it with Windows XP.

    >> Try burning at a slower speed.

    >
    > Nup, Vista still thinks it's a blank disk
    >

    When you have time, try it in a couple of other machines. It may be that
    one or the other of your drives is wacky.

    Cheers,

    Cliff

    --

    The Internet is interesting in that although the nicknames may change,
    the same old personalities show through.
     
    Enkidu, Jun 14, 2009
    #6
  7. Boppy

    Woger Guest

    On Sun, 14 Jun 2009 01:47:13 -0700 (PDT), Boppy <>
    wrote:

    >Hi guys, last time I had to burn multiple disks, I did them with Nero
    >on my Vista laptop but then discovered they wouldn't read on an XP
    >machine. So this time I've started burning on the Xp with Nero 6 and
    >the disks won't read in my Vista machine.
    >
    >Nor can my Vista machine read the disk if I burn it with Windows XP.
    >
    >What's a girl to do? My audience will no doubt be a mix of Vista and
    >XP. Do I have to burn half my disks in each format?
    >
    >What do the cool kids do when burning CDs these days?
    >
    >I have to take these on a plane tomorrow morning and already see I'll
    >be up all night ...
    >
    >J




    What type of mode are you burning them, as a Normal DATA CD and what other
    setups are you using, are these bootable CD's?

    List some of the Nero settings that you are using, it should not matter what
    version of Nero you are using.


    But something is a bit funny..
     
    Woger, Jun 14, 2009
    #7
  8. Boppy

    Boppy Guest

    On Jun 14, 11:11 pm, Woger <> wrote:
    > On Sun, 14 Jun 2009 01:47:13 -0700 (PDT), Boppy <>
    > wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    > >Hi guys, last time I had to burn multiple disks, I did them with Nero
    > >on my Vista laptop but then discovered they wouldn't read on an XP
    > >machine. So this time I've started burning on the Xp with Nero 6 and
    > >the disks won't read in my Vista machine.

    >
    > >Nor can my Vista machine read the disk if I burn it with Windows XP.

    >
    > >What's a girl to do? My audience will no doubt be a mix of Vista and
    > >XP. Do I have to burn half my disks in each format?

    >
    > >What do the cool kids do when burning CDs these days?

    >
    > >I have to take these on a plane tomorrow morning and already see I'll
    > >be up all night ...

    >
    > >J

    >
    > What type of mode are you burning them, as a Normal DATA CD and what other
    > setups are you using, are these bootable CD's?
    >
    > List some of the Nero settings that you are using, it should not matter what
    > version of Nero you are using.
    >
    > But something is a bit funny..


    Something is indeed funny and I think it's my Asus notebook. It's only
    burning one CD at a time, won't tolerate copies, multi-burns or
    anthing useful like that. Nor will it read the Nero 6 burns I'm doing
    from my XP desktop. Whether I use Nero or Windows Vista CD burning,
    neither will read in the XP machine.
     
    Boppy, Jun 14, 2009
    #8
  9. On Sun, 14 Jun 2009 01:47:13 -0700 (PDT), Boppy
    <> wrote:

    >Hi guys, last time I had to burn multiple disks, I did them with Nero
    >on my Vista laptop but then discovered they wouldn't read on an XP
    >machine. So this time I've started burning on the Xp with Nero 6 and
    >the disks won't read in my Vista machine.
    >
    >Nor can my Vista machine read the disk if I burn it with Windows XP.
    >
    >What's a girl to do? My audience will no doubt be a mix of Vista and
    >XP. Do I have to burn half my disks in each format?
    >
    >What do the cool kids do when burning CDs these days?
    >
    >I have to take these on a plane tomorrow morning and already see I'll
    >be up all night ...
    >
    >J


    It is not a Vista/XP problem. It sounds like one or other of your
    drives is mis-aligned. So you need to burn a disk in each machine and
    try reading them both on a third machine to see which one is bad.
     
    Stephen Worthington, Jun 14, 2009
    #9
  10. Boppy

    Woger Guest

    On Sun, 14 Jun 2009 01:47:13 -0700 (PDT), Boppy <>
    wrote:

    >Hi guys, last time I had to burn multiple disks, I did them with Nero
    >on my Vista laptop but then discovered they wouldn't read on an XP
    >machine. So this time I've started burning on the Xp with Nero 6 and
    >the disks won't read in my Vista machine.
    >
    >Nor can my Vista machine read the disk if I burn it with Windows XP.
    >
    >What's a girl to do? My audience will no doubt be a mix of Vista and
    >XP. Do I have to burn half my disks in each format?
    >
    >What do the cool kids do when burning CDs these days?
    >
    >I have to take these on a plane tomorrow morning and already see I'll
    >be up all night ...
    >
    >J




    I think I have found what can be the matter VISTA supports Live File System
    but XP does not unless you add the Nero InCD program


    This is referred to as Packet Writing.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/InCD


    Just a thought.
     
    Woger, Jun 14, 2009
    #10
  11. Boppy

    Boppy Guest

    On Jun 14, 11:16 pm, Stephen Worthington
    <34.nz56.remove_numbers> wrote:
    > On Sun, 14 Jun 2009 01:47:13 -0700 (PDT), Boppy
    >
    >
    >
    > <> wrote:
    > >Hi guys, last time I had to burn multiple disks, I did them with Nero
    > >on my Vista laptop but then discovered they wouldn't read on an XP
    > >machine. So this time I've started burning on the Xp with Nero 6 and
    > >the disks won't read in my Vista machine.

    >
    > >Nor can my Vista machine read the disk if I burn it with Windows XP.

    >
    > >What's a girl to do? My audience will no doubt be a mix of Vista and
    > >XP. Do I have to burn half my disks in each format?

    >
    > >What do the cool kids do when burning CDs these days?

    >
    > >I have to take these on a plane tomorrow morning and already see I'll
    > >be up all night ...

    >
    > >J

    >
    > It is not a Vista/XP problem. It sounds like one or other of your
    > drives is mis-aligned. So you need to burn a disk in each machine and
    > try reading them both on a third machine to see which one is bad.


    If one is bad,what can be done?
     
    Boppy, Jun 14, 2009
    #11
  12. Boppy

    Boppy Guest

    On Jun 14, 11:27 pm, Woger <> wrote:
    > On Sun, 14 Jun 2009 01:47:13 -0700 (PDT), Boppy <>
    > wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    > >Hi guys, last time I had to burn multiple disks, I did them with Nero
    > >on my Vista laptop but then discovered they wouldn't read on an XP
    > >machine. So this time I've started burning on the Xp with Nero 6 and
    > >the disks won't read in my Vista machine.

    >
    > >Nor can my Vista machine read the disk if I burn it with Windows XP.

    >
    > >What's a girl to do? My audience will no doubt be a mix of Vista and
    > >XP. Do I have to burn half my disks in each format?

    >
    > >What do the cool kids do when burning CDs these days?

    >
    > >I have to take these on a plane tomorrow morning and already see I'll
    > >be up all night ...

    >
    > >J

    >
    > I think I have found what can be the matter VISTA supports Live File System
    > but XP does not unless you add the Nero InCD program
    >
    > This is referred to as Packet Writing.
    >
    > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/InCD
    >
    > Just a thought.


    Ah so my Vista burnt disks will only work on Xp machines if thye have
    the INcd thing. I'm burning them all on Xp (although my Vista still
    thinks thye are blank)
     
    Boppy, Jun 14, 2009
    #12
  13. Boppy

    Squiggle Guest

    Boppy wrote:
    > On Jun 14, 11:16 pm, Stephen Worthington
    > <34.nz56.remove_numbers> wrote:
    >> On Sun, 14 Jun 2009 01:47:13 -0700 (PDT), Boppy
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> <> wrote:
    >>> Hi guys, last time I had to burn multiple disks, I did them with Nero
    >>> on my Vista laptop but then discovered they wouldn't read on an XP
    >>> machine. So this time I've started burning on the Xp with Nero 6 and
    >>> the disks won't read in my Vista machine.
    >>> Nor can my Vista machine read the disk if I burn it with Windows XP.
    >>> What's a girl to do? My audience will no doubt be a mix of Vista and
    >>> XP. Do I have to burn half my disks in each format?
    >>> What do the cool kids do when burning CDs these days?
    >>> I have to take these on a plane tomorrow morning and already see I'll
    >>> be up all night ...
    >>> J

    >> It is not a Vista/XP problem. It sounds like one or other of your
    >> drives is mis-aligned. So you need to burn a disk in each machine and
    >> try reading them both on a third machine to see which one is bad.

    >
    > If one is bad,what can be done?


    If its the desktop, pull out the faulty drive and replace with a new
    one. Its ~$50 for the drive.

    Laptop drives being somewhat more expensive ($90-$300) it _might_ be
    cheaper to get it re-aligned if there is someone that does this, but
    just as likely to be a remove and replace job. Or get an external.
     
    Squiggle, Jun 14, 2009
    #13
  14. Boppy

    Squiggle Guest

    Squiggle wrote:
    > Boppy wrote:
    >> On Jun 14, 11:16 pm, Stephen Worthington
    >> <34.nz56.remove_numbers> wrote:
    >>> On Sun, 14 Jun 2009 01:47:13 -0700 (PDT), Boppy
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> <> wrote:
    >>>> Hi guys, last time I had to burn multiple disks, I did them with Nero
    >>>> on my Vista laptop but then discovered they wouldn't read on an XP
    >>>> machine. So this time I've started burning on the Xp with Nero 6 and
    >>>> the disks won't read in my Vista machine.
    >>>> Nor can my Vista machine read the disk if I burn it with Windows XP.
    >>>> What's a girl to do? My audience will no doubt be a mix of Vista and
    >>>> XP. Do I have to burn half my disks in each format?
    >>>> What do the cool kids do when burning CDs these days?
    >>>> I have to take these on a plane tomorrow morning and already see I'll
    >>>> be up all night ...
    >>>> J
    >>> It is not a Vista/XP problem. It sounds like one or other of your
    >>> drives is mis-aligned. So you need to burn a disk in each machine and
    >>> try reading them both on a third machine to see which one is bad.

    >>
    >> If one is bad,what can be done?

    >
    > If its the desktop, pull out the faulty drive and replace with a new
    > one. Its ~$50 for the drive.
    >
    > Laptop drives being somewhat more expensive ($90-$300) it _might_ be
    > cheaper to get it re-aligned if there is someone that does this, but
    > just as likely to be a remove and replace job. Or get an external.


    the above is assuming its out of warranty of course.
     
    Squiggle, Jun 14, 2009
    #14
  15. Boppy

    Enkidu Guest

    Boppy wrote:
    > On Jun 14, 11:27 pm, Woger <> wrote:
    >> On Sun, 14 Jun 2009 01:47:13 -0700 (PDT), Boppy <>
    >> wrote:
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>> Hi guys, last time I had to burn multiple disks, I did them with Nero
    >>> on my Vista laptop but then discovered they wouldn't read on an XP
    >>> machine. So this time I've started burning on the Xp with Nero 6 and
    >>> the disks won't read in my Vista machine.
    >>> Nor can my Vista machine read the disk if I burn it with Windows XP.
    >>> What's a girl to do? My audience will no doubt be a mix of Vista and
    >>> XP. Do I have to burn half my disks in each format?
    >>> What do the cool kids do when burning CDs these days?
    >>> I have to take these on a plane tomorrow morning and already see I'll
    >>> be up all night ...
    >>> J

    >> I think I have found what can be the matter VISTA supports Live File System
    >> but XP does not unless you add the Nero InCD program
    >>
    >> This is referred to as Packet Writing.
    >>
    >> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/InCD
    >>
    >> Just a thought.

    >
    > Ah so my Vista burnt disks will only work on Xp machines if thye have
    > the INcd thing. I'm burning them all on Xp (although my Vista still
    > thinks thye are blank)
    >

    No, what Roger is referring to is read/write disks mounted as file
    systems - that's as read/write drives. You are burning them directly as
    I understand it? In which case the InCD thing does not apply. If you
    think of a "Live File System" CD as an enormous floppy disk that you can
    read and write to you'll have the picture. However, you are not doing
    that - you are burning copies, right?

    Cheers,

    Cliff

    --

    The Internet is interesting in that although the nicknames may change,
    the same old personalities show through.
     
    Enkidu, Jun 14, 2009
    #15
  16. In message <>, Boppy wrote:

    > On Jun 14, 9:56 pm, Lawrence D'Oliveiro <_zealand> wrote:
    >
    >> In message <>, Boppy wrote:
    >>
    >>> Hi guys, last time I had to burn multiple disks, I did them with Nero
    >>> on my Vista laptop but then discovered they wouldn't read on an XP
    >>> machine. So this time I've started burning on the Xp with Nero 6 and
    >>> the disks won't read in my Vista machine.

    >>
    >>> Nor can my Vista machine read the disk if I burn it with Windows XP.

    >>
    >> Try burning at a slower speed.

    >
    > Nup, Vista still thinks it's a blank disk


    Buy better-quality blanks.
     
    Lawrence D'Oliveiro, Jun 14, 2009
    #16
  17. Boppy

    Richard Guest

    Enkidu wrote:
    > Boppy wrote:
    >> On Jun 14, 11:27 pm, Woger <> wrote:
    >>> On Sun, 14 Jun 2009 01:47:13 -0700 (PDT), Boppy <>
    >>> wrote:
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>>> Hi guys, last time I had to burn multiple disks, I did them with Nero
    >>>> on my Vista laptop but then discovered they wouldn't read on an XP
    >>>> machine. So this time I've started burning on the Xp with Nero 6 and
    >>>> the disks won't read in my Vista machine.
    >>>> Nor can my Vista machine read the disk if I burn it with Windows XP.
    >>>> What's a girl to do? My audience will no doubt be a mix of Vista and
    >>>> XP. Do I have to burn half my disks in each format?
    >>>> What do the cool kids do when burning CDs these days?
    >>>> I have to take these on a plane tomorrow morning and already see I'll
    >>>> be up all night ...
    >>>> J
    >>> I think I have found what can be the matter VISTA supports Live
    >>> File System
    >>> but XP does not unless you add the Nero InCD program
    >>>
    >>> This is referred to as Packet Writing.
    >>>
    >>> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/InCD
    >>>
    >>> Just a thought.

    >>
    >> Ah so my Vista burnt disks will only work on Xp machines if thye have
    >> the INcd thing. I'm burning them all on Xp (although my Vista still
    >> thinks thye are blank)
    > >

    > No, what Roger is referring to is read/write disks mounted as file
    > systems - that's as read/write drives. You are burning them directly as
    > I understand it? In which case the InCD thing does not apply. If you
    > think of a "Live File System" CD as an enormous floppy disk that you can
    > read and write to you'll have the picture. However, you are not doing
    > that - you are burning copies, right?


    The vista burning tool will only do it as a writable file system when I
    tried it.

    My suggestion is to download cdburnerxp and give that a shot - it doesnt
    have all the crap that nero has now that makes it such a pain in the ass
    to use and is free.

    Also I would suggest burning to dvd not cd, since it seems that most
    recently made burners dont do a good job on cd media - even at really
    low speeds.
     
    Richard, Jun 14, 2009
    #17
  18. In message <h13vau$m5d$>, Richard wrote:

    > Also I would suggest burning to dvd not cd, since it seems that most
    > recently made burners dont do a good job on cd media - even at really
    > low speeds.


    My Asus DRW-1814BLT seems to do OK. Even my car CD player, which seems
    fussy, can be placated if I burn the CD at 8x.
     
    Lawrence D'Oliveiro, Jun 15, 2009
    #18
  19. Boppy

    Woger Guest

    On Sun, 14 Jun 2009 04:58:20 -0700 (PDT), Boppy <>
    wrote:

    >On Jun 14, 11:27 pm, Woger <> wrote:
    >> On Sun, 14 Jun 2009 01:47:13 -0700 (PDT), Boppy <>
    >> wrote:
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> >Hi guys, last time I had to burn multiple disks, I did them with Nero
    >> >on my Vista laptop but then discovered they wouldn't read on an XP
    >> >machine. So this time I've started burning on the Xp with Nero 6 and
    >> >the disks won't read in my Vista machine.

    >>
    >> >Nor can my Vista machine read the disk if I burn it with Windows XP.

    >>
    >> >What's a girl to do? My audience will no doubt be a mix of Vista and
    >> >XP. Do I have to burn half my disks in each format?

    >>
    >> >What do the cool kids do when burning CDs these days?

    >>
    >> >I have to take these on a plane tomorrow morning and already see I'll
    >> >be up all night ...

    >>
    >> >J

    >>
    >> I think I have found what can be the matter VISTA supports Live File System
    >> but XP does not unless you add the Nero InCD program
    >>
    >> This is referred to as Packet Writing.
    >>
    >> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/InCD
    >>
    >> Just a thought.

    >
    >Ah so my Vista burnt disks will only work on Xp machines if thye have
    >the INcd thing. I'm burning them all on Xp (although my Vista still
    >thinks thye are blank)




    Here is the link that might help you..

    http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/en-US/help/b47eb51a-ea6d-4d97-97b0-2d07a59316981033.mspx


    To burn a disc using the Mastered format
    Choose the Mastered format when you need a highly compatible disc that will
    play in computers with an older version of Windows or in media devices such as
    CD and DVD players that can read digital music and video files. For more
    information about choosing a disc format, see Which CD or DVD format should I
    use?

    1. Insert a writeable CD or DVD into your computer's CD or DVD recorder.

    2. In the dialog box that appears, click Burn files to data disc.

    3. In the Burn a Disc dialog box, type a name for this disc, and then click
    Show formatting options.

    4. Click Mastered, and then click Next.

    An empty disc folder opens.

    5. Open the folder that contains the files you want to burn, and then drag
    the files into the empty disc folder.

    6. On the toolbar, click Burn to disc.

    The selected files are copied to the disc. When the disc burning is complete,
    the disc burner tray will open and you can remove the disc. You can now use
    the disc in another computer or media device. This type of disc does not need
    to be closed.

    To burn a Mastered disc, you need free space on your hard disk equal to the
    capacity of the disc. For a typical CD, this is about 650 megabytes (MB).
    If you select files to burn but decide not to copy the files to disc, you can
    delete the temporary files to recover hard disk space. To delete the files,
    open the disc folder, select the files, and then, on the toolbar, click Delete
    temporary files.
     
    Woger, Jun 15, 2009
    #19
  20. Boppy

    Boppy Guest

    On Jun 14, 8:47 pm, Boppy <> wrote:
    > Hi guys, last time I had to burn multiple disks, I did them with Nero
    > on my Vista laptop but then discovered they wouldn't read on an XP
    > machine. So this time I've started burning on the Xp with Nero 6 and
    > the disks won't read in my Vista machine.
    >
    > Nor can my Vista machine read the disk if I burn it with Windows XP.
    >
    > What's a girl to do? My audience will no doubt be a mix of Vista and
    > XP. Do I have to burn half my disks in each format?
    >
    > What do the cool kids do when burning CDs these days?
    >
    > I have to take these on a plane tomorrow morning and already see I'll
    > be up all night ...
    >
    > J


    Thanks guys, will look at the issue again when I get home. Appreciate
    all the advice.
    Cheers,
    Jo
     
    Boppy, Jun 15, 2009
    #20
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