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So, back to the original question: has anyone isolated the driver or registry item or programs that creates the conflict that cause the feared WriteDVD 10 11 W2 error? May not be able to handle the newer 16X media if you are trying to burn it, is your drive still the same? I like quicktime, but if it's an easy to implement fix, then i'll try anything. Ditched the burner, bought a new one, CRC scanned the first handful of burns (using the exact same reputable media) to be sure i was able to trust the new drive, this content

Occasionally one of these "hidden" services will interfere with another video/burning program. List everything there in your next post" LowerFilters REG_MULTI_SZ AnyDVD ElbyDelay PxHelp20 Pfc AFS2K LowerFilers.Bak REG_MULTI_SZ AFS2K PXHELP20 UpperFilters REG_MULTI_SZ GEARAspiWDM Don't know if you are able do anything or diagnose, Whatever was causing a conflict was kicked out. Then sometime in 2007, my whole system crashed and I had to reinstall and regain all my programs.

Just my opinion and I have no conflicts anymore when I got rid of WinAmp. Go to Administrative Tools > Services. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...

I also use other programs that clean everything out from temp files to registry and checking for downloaded trackers and such! The bad news, is ye olde WriteDVD 10 11 W2 error has struck yet again in the past month or so. Programs installed in my mad dash for screen cap include divx (i would place a layman's bet that this is the ultimate culprit), capturewizpro, and maybe 2 or 3 others that this has been exactly my thinking from the start.

It isn't my drives. If windows works good then your computer keeps working good! Your drive is not new and it might have problems with the NEWER media such as the Newer 4x or 8x DL media! thanks to any and all suggestions. (oh and if so, what is it and where can I find it and how do I correct?) crumbles, Aug 29, 2008 #1

Defrag aslo then reboot. what programs did you install..... blivetNC, Aug 29, 2008 #2 crumbles Member Joined: Aug 22, 2006 Messages: 36 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 16 thanks for the quick response. and as mentioned before, re-boot after running the cleaners.

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i like cd creator 7 lots and would like to see it back and working. which i use every week or so. I installed many free programs (divx for one) trying to get some sort of screen cap - maybe 5 different applications before finding one that worked and was at least free My main media players are Winamp for audio and Windows Media Player for video.

IHoe, Aug 29, 2008 #4 IHoe Senior member Joined: May 21, 2005 Messages: 6,431 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 116 also I love the fact that when people have problems and news It could be your media! some new titles, some old titles and one iso (Power of Nighmares, good stuff). regristryfix costs $40.00.

that's the key. then more registryfix and ccleaner the burning drive is not new...and it is memorex...but it worked fine until a month or so ago. The good news was that clonedvd worked again! http://devstude.net/write-error/write-error-illegal-request-invalid-address-for-write.php Besides, you really don't need them starting up and running automatically anyway.

but im not made of money and i dont plan on spending 20, 30 dollars for 10 different cleaning programs which may or may not (probably not) work. disc copy speed lower than 4x rebooting after every change. I ran the windows disk clean up utility this morning and defragged afterwards.

Hopefully if you decide to uninstall Winamp do a clean up again....

You can then dump it or keep it, but either way it's got to be easier than all the other stuff. Another forum mentions uninstalling quicktime. or should i use that money to purchase another dvd burning program that doesn't have this problem. I forgot about the whole thing and just gave up.

After a while windows gets bogged down and needs to be cleaned out. crumbles Member Joined: Aug 22, 2006 Messages: 36 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 16 Hi again. They are more trouble than they are worth. check my blog but for now, unitl this is figured, i'll leave it off.

They are more trouble than they are >worth. but if you can find what was done and correct it, this can be a very important lesson and the next time you will know exactly what to do! on the advice of the boards, it is deleted. good luck.

Use RealPlayer instead of WinAmp. so keeping your computer clean and firmware updates (since your burner is already 2+ yrs old which might have problems with the newer DL media out there) and using a better I've been there myself.