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    I used MoiveFactory Pro 7 for Menu but it convert OK then burn DVD have been "POWER CALIBRATION FAILED" What it problem?

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    Originally posted by videomelbourne View Post
    I used MoiveFactory Pro 7 for Menu but it convert OK then burn DVD have been "POWER CALIBRATION FAILED" What it problem?

    Thanks
    I had that happen on some pre printed discs that I recently used. I was using my BD burner. Obviously it did not like the disc. I used my other machines in the room and all was well. When I put one of my Tayo Uden discs in to the BD it burned flawlessly. I have to attribute it to the media.
    I do not think that it is a Movie Factory 7 issue.
    Did you try another brand of disc in the burner? Try that.
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    • #3
      Power Calibration errors are indicative of incompatible media or a failing drive. Try another brand or type of of disks.

      You can save yourself some aggravation by writing an ISO file instead of burning directly to disk. Once you have the ISO file you can burn that as many times as you want to different types of disks without having to repeat the lengthy authoring and encoding steps. Make a test disk using DVD+RW media and play it on a standalone DVD player to check the results before burning on recordable media and possibly creating coasters.

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      • #4
        Hi you probably just need to flash your drive with a new firmware..
        here is somtehing to begin with
        http://forum.rpc1.org/portal.php
        A computer with a lot of stuff in it :)

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