Google the error message reveals a"lot" regarding e80004005.
You'll need to look at the project's media content to see if you have items in there which are causing the problem.
The Burn to Folder is a good action to take - proves the project is convertible. You may also opt to Produce the contents and then bring the resulting video back in to finalise the burn to disc. This methods separates the process or render and create to disc, lessening the strain on your system and if a failure to render occurs you can examine the content of the project.
Likely to be content related.
Another option is to slow the speed of your burner which Jeff and Robert W have advocated in the past.
HDedit has requested a Diagnostic - a must have from those with problems, I also would like a screenshot to show us the project content - 2 very important bits of data needed by editors. Helps us, help you.
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