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Exception from HRESULT: 0x80040275

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Hello!

 

Recenly on my Windows XP Pro x64 SP2 I upgraded to recent version, i.e. 4.5.4.5000. Unfortunately I don't remember which version I had before, but it was never failing like it is doing now. One day I tried to record BD (first use of upgraded CDBXP), but I went for x8 instead of x6 that is supported by BD disc I use. Recording ended with error, but I thought it was related to overspeed burning. So I retried with x6, and it ended same way. Today I retried and got the same error (3rd use of upgraded CDBXP). Later I burnt something taking less space and burning went fine, but verification failed at one file. Finally I did 5th recording since upgrade, this time having logging enabled and I got the error again. Each time error happens it is close to the end of burning: somewhere at 9x% tray is ejected and message is shown after a few seconds. (Fifth burning gave error at 91%.)

 

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This time the timing was following:

16:58:40  Burn process started at 6x (26 970 KB/s)
17:16:15  Error occurred: Exception from HRESULT: 0x80040275

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Just for the record:

- I use Lite-On iHBS212, firmware HL04

- DVD Identifier shows following info about Platinum discs I use:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Unique Disc Identifier : [BD-R-SL:RITEK-BR3-000]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Disc Type :              [BD-R SL : Class 0 - Version 1]
Manufacturer Name :      [Ritek Corp.]
Manufacturer ID :        [RITEK]
Media Type ID :          [BR3]
Product Revision :       [000]
Stamper Date :           [Not Present On Disc]
Layer Info :             [1 Layer (L0) : 25.03 GB (23.31 GiB) Per Layer]
Blank Disc Capacity :    [12,219,392 Sectors = 25.03 GB (23.31 GiB)]
Recording Speeds :       [1x , 2x , 4x , 6x]  
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[ DVD Identifier V5.2.0 - http://DVD.Identifier.CDfreaks.com ]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------

XZ compressed log is big (15 MB), so I uploaded it to MF:

https://www.mediafire.com/?ab889e729n0ybbl

 

Maybe I'll downgrade CDBXP after all and retry previously failing stuff with it.

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Thanks, I forwarded this information to StarBurn, not sure what this error is supposed to mean.

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According to StarBurn this should be a drive / media incompatibility. Could you please check which older version of CDBurnerXP exactly (http://download.cdburnerxp.se/) works fine so that we can double check whether or not that is a software issue?

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I got exactly the same error

HRESULT: 0x80040275

I got it very often in the last times (with BD-DL 50GB)

almost 50% of all my burning tries failes with this error regarding the last month

(no matter what burning speed I try (2x/4x/6x/8x))

 

I think it happens when the first layer is finished and the second layer starts to burn (?)

 

I use:
- Windows7 64bit

- CD burner XP 4.5.4.5067

- Pioneer BDR-207DBK (FW version 1.35)

- Mediarange MR509 (with manufacturer-ID "CMCMAGDI6")

    (--> http://www.mediarange.de/en/products/product_search/index.pmode/modul,detail,818/index.pmode?pst=MR509 )

 

what does this error exactly mean ?

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Could be anything unfortunately, I'd try a firmware update for the drive if possible.

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Hello, I got exactly the same error

 

my system windows 7 x64

my versión cdburner 4.5.4.5306

 

 

** INFO : Drive = MATSHITA BD-MLT UJ230AS - [FW 1.00] - [uSB]
** INFO : Write Capabilities = BD-R BD-RE
** INFO : Write Capabilities = DVD+R DVD+R-DL DVD+RW
** INFO : Write Capabilities = DVD-R DVD-R-DL DVD-RW DVD-RAM
** INFO : Disc = [bD-R-SL:CMCMAG-BA5-000]
** INFO : Reference Speed : 1x BD = 4496 kBps = 3.25x DVD
** INFO : An Writeable Disc Is Recommended For Accurate Results
** INFO : Write Speeds (Supported By This Drive On This Disc) Listed Below

** INFO : GET PERFORMANCE Write Speed Descriptor(s)
Descriptor #1 = 17983 kBps ( 4.00x) - [CLV/Non-Pure CAV]
Descriptor #2 =  8991 kBps ( 2.00x) - [CLV/Non-Pure CAV]
Descriptor #3 =  4496 kBps ( 1.00x) - [CLV/Non-Pure CAV]

** INFO : MODE SENSE Write Speed Descriptor(s) [Legacy Command]
** WARNING : MODE SENSE Is Obsolete And Not Always Properly Supported
Descriptor #1 = 17983 kBps ( 4.00x) - [CLV/Non-Pure CAV]
Descriptor #2 =  8991 kBps ( 2.00x) - [CLV/Non-Pure CAV]
Descriptor #3 =  4496 kBps ( 1.00x) - [CLV/Non-Pure CAV]


 

 

----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Unique Disc Identifier : [bD-R-SL:CMCMAG-BA5-000]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Disc Type :              [bD-R SL : Class 0 - Version 1]
Manufacturer Name :      [CMC Magnetics Corp.]
Manufacturer ID :        [CMCMAG]
Media Type ID :          [bA5]
Product Revision :       [000]
Stamper Date :           [Not Present On Disc]
Layer Info :             [1 Layer (L0) : 25.03 GB (23.31 GiB) Per Layer]
Blank Disc Capacity :    [12,219,392 Sectors = 25.03 GB (23.31 GiB)]
Recording Speeds :       [1x , 2x , 4x , 6x]  
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[ DVD Identifier V5.2.0 - http://DVD.Identifier.CDfreaks.com ]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------

 

 

the only way was to burn the BR 1x but after losing 6 with previous versions worked well at 2x but I do not remember which had long since burned br

 

sorry my english no is good
 

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FYI, I've seen this same error when creating ISO images, when no burner activity was involved at all.  So the error itself is more general than that.  In my particular case I was using a piece of third-party software functioning as a virtual network file system (specifically the Drive application for my PogoPlug network storage device).  When I used a standard Windows network drive mount to a Samba share, the problem went away.

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Any resolution?

I get the same error code when trying to burn to a 4x BD-R on Win10 with my newly purchased i/oMagic burner. There are no firmware or drive update for this burner and I am using the current version of CDburnerXP.

I will try the blu-ray burner on my Win7 and also try a DVD burn.

 

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I have the exact same problem so seems better to post here rather than start a duplicate thread.

 

I get the error message at exacly 51% when trying to burn dual-layer DVD discs. (CDBurnerXP-x64-4.5.4.5306 / Windows 7 64 Bit)

14:11:24    Burn process started at 6x (8,310 KB/s)
14:14:15    Error occurred: Exception from HRESULT: 0x80040275
14:15:36    Burn process started at 6x (8,310 KB/s)
14:29:59    Error occurred: Exception from HRESULT: 0x80040275
14:30:56    Burn process started at 6x (8,310 KB/s)

I'm at a loss at what could be the issue.

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The problem is the disk quality. I bought the next level up and works fine.

The burner Manufacturer (i/o magic)  indicated the disks (ridata gold bd-r 4x 25gb) work with their drive (6x slim portable bluray rewritable) but they don't.

The store and manufactures wouldn't accept responsibility and provide a refund.

The new disks (ridata valor bd-r 10x 25g) work every time.

The lesson cost me $40. Don't buy blu-ray disks unless the store quarantees they will work.

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I've got the same error under different circumstances. After I changed file system to UDF, error dissappeared.

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I am getting the identical error message. I have burned dozens of BluRays without a problem, now I am getting errors on every single one in the first minute. This is from the same batch of discs I have used before, without issue. 

 

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