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Nero Burning Rom 6.0.0.23 is out!

Postby hariskar on Fri Nov 07, 2003 11:30 am

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Postby Ian on Fri Nov 07, 2003 12:59 pm

Bah.. get it directly from Ahead.

ftp://ftp.us.nero.com/Nero60023.exe
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Postby David on Fri Nov 07, 2003 1:03 pm

Here are the other updates.

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Postby Ian on Fri Nov 07, 2003 1:14 pm

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Postby burninfool on Fri Nov 07, 2003 4:37 pm

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Postby dodecahedron on Fri Nov 07, 2003 4:40 pm

burninfool wrote:Here is another website:
www.sonic.com/products/recordnow/deluxe/default.asp
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Change list?

Postby lrk2 on Fri Nov 07, 2003 6:37 pm

Anyone know where to get a change list for 6.0.0.23? I'd like to know
what they fixed. I've been having nothing but trouble trying to burn
a simple DVD-R data disc on my Pioneer 106 using 6.0.0.19.
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Postby burninfool on Fri Nov 07, 2003 6:53 pm

"???????????????????? :o "

I was joking because I don't like Ahead and all of their useless updates. :wink:
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Re: Change list?

Postby Mystery Man on Fri Nov 07, 2003 8:54 pm

lrk2 wrote:Anyone know where to get a change list for 6.0.0.23? I'd like to know
what they fixed. I've been having nothing but trouble trying to burn
a simple DVD-R data disc on my Pioneer 106 using 6.0.0.19.


Ive got the pioneer 106 & ive had no probs with data burns with nero 6.0.0.19. I change to nero express & that gives option for data burns.
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Postby vsekh on Sat Nov 08, 2003 12:17 am

burninfool wrote:"???????????????????? :o "

I was joking because I don't like Ahead and all of their useless updates. :wink:


I don't download from Ahead's website, because I get kicked out everytime I download about 8 megs. I download from other sites so that I don't waste time trying several times before I get a complete download anymore. :evil:

Their updates are really useful.
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Postby DonBerg on Sun Nov 09, 2003 10:36 pm

I tried Nero v6.0.0.23 but it has problems. It incorrectly estimates recording times on DVD-RWs (at 1x speed it seems to estimate like a 4x) and also screws up data on recording video DVDs beyond about 3GB. I reverted to v6.0.0.19 and no problems!
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Postby djmorgan on Mon Nov 10, 2003 4:42 am

can't agree on DVDs' above 3 gig just did one clsoe to the limit (4gig) and worked fine for me.

Burnt a +RW at 2.4 which is as it should. :cry:
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Postby matibaer on Mon Nov 10, 2003 5:40 am

Maybe it´s the same fault like in Nero 5.5.10.54 ?!!!!

In 5.5.10.54 you can burn DVD+R and DVD+RW successfully in a multiburner, but burnt DVD-R aren´t readable after about 2-3 GB.

Maybe some "innovations" which were built in 5.5.10.54 was put in the new 6.0.0.23, too !
I wrote the "techsupport@nero.com" that this error exists,
but never heard a feedback to this.

It seems, Nero didn´t remove its bug, but put this bug also into the 6th version, if your documentation is right.

Maybe Nero never got such an error because of testing only until 1.5 GB or whatsoever.


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P.S.: If it is like described, Ahead only would have to think what they have done in the past with 5.5 and now with 6.0 and they would know where they have to look at !
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Postby treemana on Mon Nov 10, 2003 6:27 am

So far, I've burned almost full (+4GB) DVDs to +R and +RW media (one each) using Nero 6.0.0.23 with no problems.

I haven't tried a -R (or -RW) yet. I'll try that next and see if I have a similar problem.
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Re: Change list?

Postby lrk2 on Mon Nov 10, 2003 4:23 pm

Mystery Man wrote:
lrk2 wrote:Anyone know where to get a change list for 6.0.0.23? I'd like to know
what they fixed. I've been having nothing but trouble trying to burn
a simple DVD-R data disc on my Pioneer 106 using 6.0.0.19.


Ive got the pioneer 106 & ive had no probs with data burns with nero 6.0.0.19. I change to nero express & that gives option for data burns.


Mystery Man,

Have you burned full (over 4 Gig) data DVD-R's using disc-at-once (not
multisession) at faster than 1x? I can only burn full data DVDs by
using multisession and burn at 1x when I use 6.0.0.19. If I use
Nero to create a .ISO file, I can burn a non-multisession disk at 2x by
burning the .ISO with DVD Decrypter. This works, but uses a ton of
disk space, is slow, and I can't verify the DVD. I'm hoping 6.0.0.23
might fix this.
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Postby DonBerg on Mon Nov 10, 2003 4:40 pm

The bug is it will burn completely a full 4GB+ DVD with no errors, but if you later test it by reading the files it will have read problems above around the 3GB point. I verified reading it using DVD decrypter and then do file compares. With 6.00.19 I get no such problems and also get correct time estimates with 1x DVD-RW burning which 6.00.23 gives incorrect time estimates (4x faster than it should be).
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Postby lrk2 on Mon Nov 10, 2003 7:18 pm

DonBerg wrote:The bug is it will burn completely a full 4GB+ DVD with no errors, but if you later test it by reading the files it will have read problems above around the 3GB point. I verified reading it using DVD decrypter and then do file compares. With 6.00.19 I get no such problems and also get correct time estimates with 1x DVD-RW burning which 6.00.23 gives incorrect time estimates (4x faster than it should be).


DonBerg,

Which version of Nero have you seen this problem with 4G+ data DVDs?

I have had several different symptoms when I try to create these. Often,
the DVD completes OK, but files cannot be read at all. Often, Nero fails
with various different errors while writing the Lead Out. I don't care as
much about proper estimates as long as I can burn disks without errors!
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Postby CCampbell on Mon Nov 10, 2003 8:23 pm

We do not see this issue with writing data over 3gig to DVD. We have of course looked into this issue as it has been reported by one or two customers, possibly the same persons as are posting on this forum. :)

But we have tried this with a variety of recorders and media and so far all is working properly. We do not find trouble with reading the data after it's written.

We will continue to look into this issue of course. But we need to find the exact sequence of events or conditions to cause this to occur before we can confirm this issue and then resolve.

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Postby DonBerg on Tue Nov 11, 2003 4:15 am

I have the problem only with the 6.0.0.23 version using an Optorite DD0203 drive with a 2.4x DVD+RW disc writing a 4GB+ DVD-video. Testing reading the files back it has read errors on file(s) beyond about the 3GB point. If I write a <=3GB DVD-video file set it reads OK or if I use v6.0.0.19 its fine for 4GB+. I also noted that 6.0.0.23 gives incorrect remaining time estimates (1/4 the correct time) for a 1x DVD-RW DVD-video burn, while 6.0.0.19 gave correct time estimates.
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Postby the wily filipino on Wed Nov 12, 2003 4:07 pm

Are folks still getting overburning errors, or is it just me? I've been trying to burn a 798mb ISO, and Nero automatically ejects the CD, saying I don't have any space. Overburning has been enabled, of course.

I've tried downgrading to old versions of Nero (6009, 60011, 60023, 551042), then uninstalling and rebooting, and I'm still unable to burn. Unfortunately I can't find 60015 anywhere -- it looks like the patch only works with that version.

Thanks in advance,
Ben

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Nero 6.0.0.23 and Optorite DD0203

Postby tig2002 on Wed Nov 12, 2003 7:29 pm

DonBerg:

I also tried to burn DVD Video on CompUSA (Optodisk) 2.4X DVD+RW with Nero 6.0.0.23 using my Optorite DD0203 yesterday (with updated firmware V2.23).

First of all, before burning the DVD video I noticed that the GUI of newer Nero has changed a bit. I tried to burn the disk by loading files created with DVD Shrink, but by default the wizard would not take me to Nero Express where I could simply load the files into the red Video_ts folder. I was taken to another menu instead (I believe it was NeroVision Express) where I could add my video files, but after loading first several files I started getting "file read error" on every next file. After ignoring these errors I got a message saying that the total size of my files exceeds 4.7GB, and the slider was showing somewhere above 6GB (I was sure that DVD Shrink made the files to fit 4.7GB disk). Nero offered me an option to compress the files to fit DVD-5 disk. I accepted it. Then I got a message saying that the file type that I am trying to burn will not be recognized by stand-alone DVD player. I ignored that message too, and burned the DVD. My stand-alone DVD player did not recognize the disk as Nero warned me.

Being frustrated by this new version of Nero, I started clicking around until I found the way burning the DVD by my old method. When I pointed the mouse cursor to DVD-Video in Nero StartSmart, a little drop-down window appeared letting me choose what piece of software I wish to continue. I selected "Nero Express", and it opened my favorite menu where I could add the VOB files to the red Video_ts folder. I completed the process and burned the DVD. It played in my stand-alone DVD player afterwards.

However, I got the same problem as I had before (and I mentioned this in some threads on DVDRHelp forum): after playing the movie for approx 1 hour the DVD player starts having difficulties reading the disk until it stops playing back the DVD completely. I understand that it can be caused by cheap CompUSA disk, but I had this problem with many other DVD media (Princo, Memorex and Ritek). I'm wondering if others have the same problem with their Optorite DD0203 or even other burners...
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Postby DonBerg on Wed Nov 12, 2003 8:19 pm

Regarding those cheapo CompUSA DVD+Rw discs - I tried those before with the Optorite DD0203 drive and all of them I tried have read errors, the Optorite isn't compatible with that particular media brand I think. I have had no problems with Ricoh-made DVD+RW media which is sold as Memorex, Imation, or Meritline. With the new v2.23 firmware, it even adds support for the newer 4x DVD+RW Ricoh-made media from Memorex too and it is available at very low prices at CompUSA, so avoid that crummy Compusa-brand DVD+RW and go with Memorex, they often have 40% off sales so stock up during that time.
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Postby treemana on Thu Nov 13, 2003 5:00 am

Regarding the burning a full (> 3GB) DVD disk issue:

I burned a DVD-R DVD last night that had > 4GB on it to my Pioneer A06 drive using Nero version 6.0.0.23. The disk burned OK, verified OK, and played OK.

So, this problem may only be affecting specific drives.
I used to be indecisive, but now I'm not so sure...
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4X DVD+RW and 2.23

Postby tig2002 on Thu Nov 13, 2003 12:50 pm

DonBerg:

How were you able to verify the compatibility of the new firmware with 4X DVD+RW Ricoh disks? I have a blank 4X DVD+RW disk that is recognized by DVDInfoPro as Ricoh 4X DVD+RW, but when I try to burn the disk with Nero 6.0.0.23, the maximum burning speed shows as 2.4X only.
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Postby DonBerg on Thu Nov 13, 2003 5:49 pm

The >3GB problems I had with 6.0.0.23 were with DVD+RW discs, not DVD-R. The Memorex 4x DVD+RW discs of course will only burn at 2.4x maximum speed on the Optorite DD0203 ( thats the drives maximum speed for DVD+RW) so the compatability is regarding being able to use the 4x media at all, not at the 4x speed. Prior to the latest v2.23 firmware, the Optorite couldn't burn a 4x DVD+RW disc properly at all, it would get read errors or render the disc useless for future use. The new firmware allows proper burning of the new 4X DVD+RW media since it is cheaper in some cases than the older 2.4x media.
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