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burning a DVD-RAM

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by nilom, Sep 8, 2005.

  1. nilom

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    Hi all,
    I am a new owner of a MDR-E65 and I got a question.
    I searched all over and found nothing (maybe I'm not able).

    My question is:
    Which burning software shoul I use to put abot 1,7Gb of jpg from my laptop with MATsh*tA DVD-RAM UJ-811 on a DVD-RAM so I can view the photos on my recorder?

    Is there a tutorial out there?

    I tried dragging the photos on the disc but the panny said unformatted when I tried to read it.

    I beg you to excuse my english. I'm from Italy.

    Thank you in advance.

    Nilom
     
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    Download load the Panasonic/matsush*ta DVD-RAM driver from here : http://panasonic.co.jp/psec/support/dvdram/lim/eoem/sw9573drvxp.html
    Install this then reboot, you can now right click on the DVD-RAM drive (with disk in it) and then click format.
    Do a full format (takes 45min) then you'll be away and laughing.

    Now you can drag and drop files to your hearts content.
    Make sure you format in UDF2.0 to be able to watch this on a DVDR machine.

    Make sure that your DVD-RAM disks are spotless as they are very suspetable to dust and have errors.

    I hope this helps, as I have just gone through all this myself.
     
  3. nilom

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    Thank you very much for the immediate reply.
    I just downloaded it, but before I install it, I would like to no if it's ok for the UJ-811 (it wasn't in the list). The second question is: is it ok for WIN 2k ?
    Thank you again.
     
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