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Please use the previous link instead. Jim, I'm just confirming I've seen your procedure post. http://multiavchd.deanbg.com/tutorial.php Last edited by edDV; 25th Apr 2011 at 10:54. I probably should download their registry cleaner, but the programs for that I have now seem to work fine. http://phabletkeyboards.com/sony-dvd/sony-dvd-architect-error.php

I've done it a couple of times when I deleted the folder that I use for temp files. How can I fix this? Last edited: Jul 26, 2014 Apesbrain, Jul 26, 2014 #4 Jim T Forum Resident Thread Starter Location: Mars charlie W said: ↑ I don't miss the Windows operating system. In DVD Architect, go into Options > Preferences > General tab.Select the option "Skip Drive Database; Auto-detect Drive Capabilities". https://forums.creativecow.net/thread/24/927458

While I like CCleaner as a program, I think you need a stronger, more comprehensive cleaning utility program. I just don't know what is going on and Sony has not gotten back to me with any ideas. Just as a test, try to burn a disc using another burning software and see if the error returns. For players, I made use of an Oppo BDP-93 (Blu-ray), a Marantz DV9500 (DVD), and a Panasonic DMP-BDT500 (Blu-ray)...these are my players and I'm familiar with their operation.

  1. http://multiavchd.deanbg.com/tutorial.php Thanks for the anwser!
  2. Thanks Quote More Direct link Report Direct link Report the solution bruinx wrote on 08/09/2011, 04:02 PM No problem.
  3. It may be that one of the two methods I know produces more generally (read: Oppo) successful results than the other.

You will be redirected in 5 second(s). Thnx! Quote 25th Apr 201110:40 #3 edDV View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Mar 2004 Location : Northern California, USA TS is not compatible with a Play.

I select "Blu-ray Disc". The video is MPEG-2 TS 1920x1080 25fps , with 6 channel AC3 audio, all mixed in just one 6 GB .TS file I want to use Sony DVD Architech or something make shure that .net is up the date before you do anithing else. You may also want to spend some time defragmenting your hard drive which will help open up some missing space and probably improve your system's performance.

Great news! I was hoping that when I was able to use SpyHunter4 and get rid of malware from WSERocket that would solve my problems, but SpyHunter4 did a good job of wiping Follow Thanks Quote More Direct link Report Go to solution Direct link Report 11 Answers Go to solution Comments the solution Steve Grisetti wrote on 08/09/2011, 05:14 AM Have you tried Originally Posted by dabezt BTW I'm getting crazy this .TS file I'v recorded from a Sattelite provider...

The resulting BDMV structure can be burned to DVDR or BD media. Jim T, Jul 26, 2014 #1 Jim T Forum Resident Thread Starter Location: Mars So I went back and cut back the number of tracks to 2. Jim T, Jul 26, 2014 #2 charlie W Forum Resident Location: ATX North I don't miss the Windows operating system. I am now running CC cleaner and totally wiping the empty space on my drive.

Any methodology specific information you can pass on to me would be more than useful. http://phabletkeyboards.com/sony-dvd/sony-dvd-architect-error-writing-file.php Some features do not run correctly. After adding my files and insuring I have no error messages I now get a message: An error has occurred while writing the file. does anibody know if there is a solution to this.

Regards Thanks Quote More Direct link Report Direct link Report the solution hachter wrote on 08/10/2011, 09:49 AM Greetings, I was having your exact same problem - I am impressed with A new window pops up: DVD Architect Studio 5.0. (Title of Window) Warning: An error occurred while writing a file. I also used this feature as well on a separate occasion from Vegas Movie Studio (VMS): When you select "Make Movie" from Vegas Music Studio, you have the option of creating http://phabletkeyboards.com/sony-dvd/sony-dvd-architect-ioctl-error.php I click "OK" to exit out of the window.

Access DVD-A Studio 5.0. 2. Again the message says, "An error occured while writing a file. In the interim, can you tell me if you have modified the procedure I initially passed on to you for burning such disks?

I tried it and it worked.

I selected the button: "Prepare." The feature prepares the current project to a specified folder. 5. "Select Image" window opens up. I'm going to guess that some new MS patch is contributing to this problem. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Please Help!

This help guide from the Knowledge Database below did not resolve my issue or error message. (See link below) https://www.custcenter.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/5044/kw/Error%200x80131604%20%28message%20missing%29/session/L3RpbWUvMTMxMjg2NTUxOC9zaWQvVypFWVozQms%3D ************************** You don't say which operating system you're running. Any additional information, I will gladly post as it relates to my system. Using Vista 64, Win 7 64, and Architect Pro 5.2: every single time, I mean every time, the preparation was stopped by DVD Architect, and the following pop-up message was provided: More about the author Every thing worked fine up until this past week or so.

Powered by vBulletin™Copyright © 2014 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. will try Multiavchd again, i don't remember what kind of problems i found with it... Good luck.Click to expand... I'v to select the audio from it's own file in order to ear the audio. 6.

In answering your question, I would check, using Task Manager, what other applications are running in the background while running the Sony software. My thought was that maybe DVD Architect 5.0/5.2 was at its best in a 32 bit operating environment. I installed DVD Architect Pro 5.2 within my Window 7's "virtual XP 32", and used the same 24/96k .wav files I'd been using for Vista 64 and Windows 7 64 analysis. This was fortunate because it took me 10 minutes to do this - re-rendering the mpegs would have been 1 hr plus.