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seanndenise
2008-08-19, 09:39 PM
ok its been asked a million times

i cant seem to find a fix for my problem.


i downloaded the vanhalen largo torrent here on this site, and for the life of me cant figure out how to get it burnt.


im using imgburn to get the disc burnt, it says successful but it wont play in anything. i also seen suggestions to use ONES to burn disks but the program is no longer freeware or trialware, im a cheapscate.

im using maxell dvd-r disks and it is getting the video_ts file.

ive seen alot of people say that all i need is the video _ts file and the audio file but ive seen no audio file.

im running vista and have duel dvd burners, the pc is a couple months old.

ive read quit a few help topics on this subject and nothing seems to work.

tp tell you the truth i can get any discs to burn properly, i have the vanhalen 10/16/07 show in chicago on disk but i can get it copied either.

if anyone can give me any pointers/suggestions it would be appreciated.

schmoe75
2008-08-19, 09:48 PM
should have been pulled for incorrect folder structure, but slipped thru the cracks. :disbelief
Take this file Disc 1/Largo DVD1.txt out and rename the "Disc 1" to 'VIDEO_TS'. Repeat for Disc 2.

E_rock
2008-08-19, 09:54 PM
What type of player are you trying to play it on? Chances are the disk is burnt fine. Most likely the player. get a cheap Phillips or Apex, something that will play everything. It could be the media ( + or - ).

Here's a simple tutorial for burning most every DVD you find here at The Den.

http://www.thetradersden.org/forums/showthread.php?t=22883&highlight=newbies


EDIT: Or, What Schmoe75 said.

seanndenise
2008-08-21, 09:15 PM
should have been pulled for incorrect folder structure, but slipped thru the cracks. :disbelief
Take this file Disc 1/Largo DVD1.txt out and rename the "Disc 1" to 'VIDEO_TS'. Repeat for Disc 2.

i did what you said and it worked perfectly, thanks for the good advice.

seanndenise
2008-08-21, 09:16 PM
What type of player are you trying to play it on? Chances are the disk is burnt fine. Most likely the player. get a cheap Phillips or Apex, something that will play everything. It could be the media ( + or - ).

Here's a simple tutorial for burning most every DVD you find here at The Den.

http://www.thetradersden.org/forums/showthread.php?t=22883&highlight=newbies


EDIT: Or, What Schmoe75 said.
thanks for the link.