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Sudden Appearance of Error Code eC00C0005 with PowerDirector 15
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James73 [Avatar]
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I have been burning dvds regularly with PowerDirector 15 on my Windows 10 computer (Intel i7 with 16 GB RAM). I have had no issues until this week ,,, now I always get the above error code about 24% of the way into the authoring process no matter what I try to burn. Nothing has changed in my system and the mp4 files I am editing are no different from those always used used in the past.

I am running the latest version of Power Director 15. I have not uninstalled the progam, but I did reinstall the latest update. That did not do anything. What in the world is going on??
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tomasc [Avatar]
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Use ReWritable Discs to save from making coasters. Check No Menu and Check Create a folder in the final burn window. If the authoring finishes to 99% then you can use the folder to burn to a disc. If the authoring and burning completes then you know the problem is in the menu you selected.
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Fenman
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Quote Nothing has changed in my system


Are you quite sure that you haven't had a Windows 10 update? I think sometimes these can occur without requiring a reboot so you might have had one without noticing. When problems occur out of the blue it's often due to unannounced updates.

I would suggest you try doing a System Restore, if possible to a date when you last had a successful burn. Regards,
Mike

Home-build system:
Gigabyte GA-P61_USB3-B3, Intel Core i5 Quad Core 3.3GHz, 2 x 4GB DDR3 1333MHz,
Asus Nvidia GT440 1GB, 2 x Western Digital WD10EARS 1TB,
Windows 7 Prof 64-bit, Powerdirector Ultra 64 9.0.0.2330 and Ultimate 64 13.0.2104.0
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