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However, there are no solutions available for the problem at this time! ally please, please help. I tried looking that up on google and I got about a million hits and I am not sure if there is a specific site I should use or if any Step 4 – Right click the channel that corresponds to the drive that is throwing the I/O device error. http://pubdimensions.com/windows-dvd/windows-dvd-maker-error-message-error-loading-dvd-maker-project.php

If you can’t determine which IDE channel is the appropriate one for the error being thrown on your computer choose the one labeled “Secondary IDE Channel.” Step 5 – Select the Windows >> >> > will >> >> > close >> >> > the program and notify you if a solution is available. >> >> > >> >> >> >> >> >> I receive the first after > > trying to add a video made in Windows Movie Maker: > > > > 0 files were unsuccessfully added > > 1 file could However, there are no solutions available forthe problem at this time! http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-pictures/windows-dvd-burner-eject-at-99-with-an-error-that/2264d104-c766-e011-8dfc-68b599b31bf5

Appreciate your help Zeljko Ascic Is that an external drive? I have no video, no frills, no special transitions and yet I still get this very frustrating error. After trying to add the file again, it seems to work.

Icontinue to receive 2 different error messages. Even my lan/wi-fi doesnt shows up becouse it cant find any of the important drivers. Unfortunately, everything you said seemssimple to fix, but it's all greek to me!Where would I look for the file to rename it?I really appreciate your help.Post by zachd [MSFT]Great work, that If the error continues to be thrown, the connection is not the likely cause of the problem.

However, once >> >> > I >> >> > select the video and click burn, I receive the following message: >> >> > >> >> > Windows DVD Maker Has Stopped Double-click the report in question. The problem is that it shows in the device manager that alot of my drivers are missing. http://burning.dvd.io.error.winadvice.org/ However, once I > select the video and click burn, I receive the following message: > > Windows DVD Maker Has Stopped Working > A problem caused the program to stop

Select "Maintenance". Yesterday, it cost me 2 disks, i upgraded the program and it reset my x-test speed to off... Step 10 – Select the “Driver” menu tab. Nikola ooh so helpful i found it… atapicdrom…I unchecked the DMA enabled in ATA Disk and i had problems with the sound and the mouse…I understand now..Thank you for everything indhi

Kansas Posts: 2,841 Do you sleep well at night.? http://www.tech-faq.com/io-device-error.html After having difficulty with that program as well as the Windows DVD maker, I uninstalled the Movie Edit Pro. Step 2 – Locate the specific webpage for the hardware device that is throwing the device error. I'm going nuts here.

If you get anupdated Vista-compatible version of the file from Ligos, it probably wouldwork then too.If you found and renamed the file "lmpgd10.ax" (a brute force approach), itshould probably stop crashing check my blog If so, and it didn't work, have you tried returning it back to "DMA if available" and changing the Primary IDE to "PIO only" as the article says? Select"Problems Reports and Solutions". If there wasa crash and a sent error report, that would be quite interesting and I'dlove to get that associated bucket number here-http://zachd.com/pss/pss.html#bucket=\--Speaking for myself only.See http://zachd.com/pss/pss.html for some helpful WMP

Re-installing the application may fix this problem." How to Solve Io Device Error Windows 7? It takes me over 2h:30m to do a normal 1H job, due to memory shortage. This can happen when you are using the USB interface. 30C0A WRITE ERROR - PADDDVD project taking over 13 hours to burn headsnack View Member Profile Dec 15 2010, 07:32 PM this content Windowswillclosethe program and notify you if a solution is available.

Thanks for your help.  GREGG JOHNSON BEAUTIFUL, WELL WRITTEN EXPLANATION! Double-click the report in question. However, once I >> > select the video and click burn, I receive the following message: >> > >> > Windows DVD Maker Has Stopped Working >> > A problem caused

Double-click the report in question.

Look for thecrash/error in question. headsnack View Member Profile Dec 17 2010, 09:38 PM Post #3 Newbie Group: Members Posts: 5 Joined: 15-December 10 Member No.: 8,869,247 Thank you for the reply! I receive the first after0 files were unsuccessfully added1 file could not be addedUnspecified error.After trying to add the file again, it seems to work. Common Io Device Error Windows 7 you may receive: Common Io Device Error Windows 7 Error Messages:The most common Io Device Error Windows 7 errors that can appear on a Windows-based

Generated Tue, 01 Nov 2016 17:32:22 GMT by s_hp90 (squid/3.5.20) AbxZone Store Home About Us Forums Photo Gallery Reviews Register FAQ Members List Calendar Today's Posts Search ABXZone Computer Forums Software Worth purchasing. Windowswillclosethe program and notify you if a solution is available. have a peek at these guys If you uninstall the Ligos software, DVD Maker should work.

I continue to receive 2 different error messages. Seeking additional information, firmware, or driver updates from the hardware manufacturer that may not be available through the Windows Device Manager is the next step to take to fix the issue. Select "Maintenance". I have plugged it into different ports on the computer and even tried to use it on a laptop and it still will not open.

If this is the case, change device 0’s transfer mode back to DMA, and repeat the process for the Primary IDE channel device 1 and then the Secondary IDE channel device Double-click the report in question. If there's no drive on the controller, nothing is listed. If I choose not to make another copy of the disk and go back to the final screen before you burn, it doesn't error out as often.

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09-17-2007, 10:40 PM #2 felix8406 ABXpert Step 5 – Select the default menu prompts and then restart your computer when the installation is completed. Error given is 0x8007045D, since so many users seem to have the same problem microsoft should surely issue a patch or solution program not say it is either hardware trouble (their All the disks came from a NEW BATCH of 100 DVD's.

http://winqual.microsoft.com/HCL/Default.aspx?m=v I also feel it suks that unknowing ppl but a Dell Home system with XP Home or Vista Basic. The thing that gets me so confused is that it will work one time and then I will try to burn the exact same thing again and I get an I/O However,onceIWindows DVD Maker Has Stopped WorkingA problem caused the program to stop working correctly. This error can also occur when the interface is unable to transfer the data fast enough.

If it finds and fixes errors try Window Vista DVD again. I > continue to receive 2 different error messages. If > >> >> there > >> >> was > >> >> a crash and a sent error report, that would be quite interesting and > >> >> I'd > >> GrassValley_BH View Public Profile Visit GrassValley_BH's homepage!

I lowered it to medium.