leonvdm wrote:Sorry. Wrong usage of word but I am glad to see that the idea was correctly interpreted.
Okay, then that rules out that as having anything to do with your problem. The copyright warning is just an advisory to you and has nothing to do with actual burning.
leonvdm wrote:Ok what I am going to do is later over the weekend shut my machine down. Then rip out my drive and insert the new one. Then fire it up with my software that I know works OK. (Nero ??????)
I will then try it out and see what happens. I will also write down the exact messages as they occur and post them.
Don't be too surprised if it works fine in your machine. I suspect that this problem has to do with the combination of system, drive and software in your sister-in-law's computer, and there is a good chance you won't see the same problem on your computer.
leonvdm wrote:If I do not get back this weekend I will definately browse back to this message next weekend and post you. Maybe you could send me your e-mail address?
I prefer to keep the discussions on the open forum. That way your problem is exposed to the maximum number of people who might know the answer. Take Han's post, as an example. Also, if we (hopefully) solve your problem, then there will be a record to help others in the future.
For your own protection and privacy I recommend not posting your email address on forums like this. It is one way that spammers get email addresses. You can edit your post and remove the address by pressing the
button located above your post to the right.
By the way, we have people from all over the world who post here, so though you are not unique in that regard, you are still welcome here.