Ayudaa URGENTE No puedo grabar DVD :( ..!

Tema en 'Hardware y Software' iniciado por Josbel, 2 Ene 2010.

  1. Jos

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    Hola Amigos
    Como estan..!
    bueno espero que bien.! :D

    Necesito una Ayudaa con un error
    que tengo..!
    Es que quiero Grabar un DVD de Datos o
    de cualquier formato.!
    y tengo la pasta de normal ( DVD-R 4.7 8x )
    Pero el error es que cuando empieso a grabar los arvhivos
    me sale el siguiente error:

    "Error de Calibracion de Potencia
    D: SONY DVD RW AD-7200S"

    Aki les muestro una pequeña Imagen.!

    Viendo el archivo adjunto 10718

    "Tengo Windows Vista Home Basic
    SP 1"

    Y necesito grabar esos Archivos xq
    quier formatear mi pc..!


    Ayudenme xfiss!:sad:
    Espero su Respuesta lo mas Pronto Posiblee.!!
    Bye! Cuidence! :adios:

     
  2. Mag

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    a mi me pasava lo mismo pero con cds que se podian borrar ,instale el nero de nuevo y de nueo pero pasava lo mismo y eran los cds rayados jo...
    yo creo lo k tienes ke acer es
    1 reintalar el nero o reiniciar tu pc
    2 intentarlo hacer con otro disco
    3 mirar en las opciones del nero que a veces pasa que se quitan algunas flechas del program

    suerte
    si tienes problemas con el formateo del pc te ayudaria kon mucho gusto
     
  3. Jos

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    Oks mi graciass.!!
    voy a Reinstalar el Nero aver..!!
    xq desde hace dias estoy por grabar eso
    y aveces cuando ya va en el 98%
    de grabacion me da error y me daña el CD :/
    Tendre en cuenta tu ayuda por el formateo..!
    pero no creo que me cause problema pero gracias por todo.!
     
  4. Mag

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    okey de nada
    sii a mi tambien me pasava eso en el 98 o asi se parava de grabar y dava error
     
  5. Jos

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    Epale mi pana mira si necesito tu ayuda para el formateoo..!!
    Serias tan amable de pasarme un guia o algo xq
    tengo Windows Vista Home Basic y quiero instalar Windows 7
    Como le hago para formatear Vista e intalar w7
    Por que introduco el DVD de w7 y despues que me dice
    esto "Precione cualquier tecla para arrancar desde el CD o DVD"
    va todo bien pero despues me sale Cargando windows
    despues entra a la pantalla azul de W7 pero no me sale nah..!

    Espero tu respuesta Compa..!!
     
  6. Mag

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    Mira aka te he sacado un tuto en ingles No es mio el tutorial pero explica bien las cosas:aplauso:


    espero que te ayude:adios: CLIC TO ENLARGE SIGNIFICA : MOSTRAR EN TAMANYO REAL


    This tutorial will guide you every step of the way through installing Windows 7 on your Mac using Parallels Desktop 4.0. Parallels Desktop for Mac allows you to run other Operating Systems (like Windows 7) in a virtual environment, while OS X is running at the same time. Though Windows 7 won’t run as fast in Parallels Desktop as it does via Boot Camp, it is a very easy way to get Windows 7 running on your Mac. :si:

    1. If you’re using Parallels Desktop for the first time, an Introduction window will appear. Otherwise, click File -> New Virtual Machine…. Click Continue.[​IMG]
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    2. On the Operating System Detection screen, select either the Real CD/DVD-ROM Drive option if you have Windows 7 burned to DVD (and make sure the disk is in your DVD drive). If you’re using an .iso image, select CD/DVD Image, click the Choose… button, navigate to your Windows 7 .iso file, select it and click OK. When you’re ready, click Continue.[​IMG]
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    3. The automatic detection will probably fail. From the Type: drop-down, select Windows. From the Version: drop-down, select Windows 7 (experimental). Click Continue.[​IMG]
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    4. From the Virtual Machine Type window, select Custom and then click Continue.[​IMG]
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    5. Choosing the Number of CPUs: will depend on your Mac. I opted for 1, which is always a safe bet. You’ll want to allocate at least 1GB (1024MB) of RAM for your Virtual Machine, as Windows 7 will run quite slowly if you set it any lower. Click Continue.[​IMG]
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    6. Select [COLOR=#9E005D ! important][COLOR=#9E005D ! important]New [COLOR=#9E005D ! important]image[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR] file on the Hard Disk Options screen, and once again click Continue.[​IMG]
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    7. Specify a size for your virtual hard drive, and select Expanding disk (recommended). This will allow you to create a file that grows in size as you add files and programs to Windows 7, rather than creating the full “size” of your virtual hard drive immediately. Yet again, click Continue.[​IMG]
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    8. Select Shared Networking (Recommended) as the Networking Type and click Continue.[​IMG]
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    9. On the Optimization Options screen, select Virutal Machine (Recommended) if you want Windows 7 to have more resources while it’s running, or Mac if you want OS X to have more resources while Windows 7 is running. Click Continue.[​IMG]
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    10. Finally, enter a name for your virtual machine (something ‘obvious’ like “Windows 7″ would be ideal). If you want to enable File Sharing and User Profile Sharing, leave those boxes checked. Click the small arrow next to More Options and decide if you want to have a launch icon on your Desktop for Windows 7, and if you want to share your virtual machine with other users on your Mac. When you’re ready, click Create.[​IMG]
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    11. Again, the same as in step #2, select Real CD/DVD-ROM Drive if you’ve burned Windows 7 to DVD (and make sure it’s in your DVD drive) or CD/DVD Image if you’re using an .iso or image file of Windows 7. Click Done to begin the installation.[​IMG]
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    12. Windows 7 will begin loading files and start the installation.[​IMG]
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    13. Select the appropriate language, time and keyboard layout for you. Click Next to continue installing Windows 7.[​IMG]
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    14. Click the Install now button.[​IMG]
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    15. Setup will initiate and take a moment or two to do its thing.[​IMG]
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    16. When you’re presented with the Software License Terms, place a check in the I accept the license terms box, and click Next.[​IMG]
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    17. Click the Custom (advanced) ‘button’ when asked which type of installation you want.[​IMG]
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    18. You should only have one option on the Where do you want to install Windows? screen. If you have more than one, make sure to select the one that is the size you specified back in step #7 and has the idental number in the Free Space column. Again, click Next.[​IMG]
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    19. Go grab yourself a cup of coffee. It’ll take a while for Windows to install itself. Windows 7 may reboot itself during this process.[​IMG]
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    20. After the actual installation, you’ll need to setup Windows 7 itself. Enter a username and computer name in the spaces provided. Click Next.[​IMG]
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    21. Set a password and password hint, and click Next.[​IMG]
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    22. Enter the Product key that was provided with your copy of Windows 7, and unless you don’t want to activate Windows when you’re online, leave the box checked. Click Next.[​IMG]
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    23. For now, click Use recommended settings. They can always be changed later.[​IMG]
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    24. Make sure your time and date settings are correct, then click Next.[​IMG]
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    25. The final part of the setup will prepare and create your desktop.[​IMG]
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    26. And now, finally, Windows 7. But your work isn’t over quite yet. There’s a possibility that networking (including your Internet connection) and sound won’t be working – yet.[​IMG]
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    27. Press the Ctrl+Alt keyboard combo to release your mouse and keyboard from Parallels (Windows 7). From the Parallels Desktop menu, select Virtual Machine and from the drop-down list, select Install Parallels Tools…[​IMG]
    28. You’ll be presented with a description window of Parallels Tools. Review it (if you want) and then click Continue.[​IMG]
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    29. Back inside Windows 7, an AutoPlay window will appear. From it, click the Install Parallels Tools button.[​IMG]
    30. The Parallels Tools installer will launch. It will install each of the parts of Parallels Tools, and can take several minutes. You might refresh your coffee at this point. .[​IMG]
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    31. Once Parallels Tools has installed, restart Windows 7[​IMG]
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    32. At this point you should have Internet connectivity. If you don’t have sound, make sure to run [COLOR=#9E005D ! important][COLOR=#9E005D ! important]Windows [COLOR=#9E005D ! important]Update[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR], and it will detect any missing [COLOR=#9E005D ! important][COLOR=#9E005D ! important]drivers[/COLOR][/COLOR] (and find updates to the Operating System itself). Install all of the updates, and reboot again (if prompted). You should now have a fully working version of Windows 7 installed in Parallels.
     
  7. Jos

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    Pana pero este tuto que me pasaste
    es para instalar en makina virtual..
    y yo no lo kiero asi..!!
    yo quiero formatear la pc
    e instalar windows 7
    quitando windows vista..!

    Pero gracias de todas formas.!
     
  8. luc

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    yo tengo un windows xp y cuando quiero gravar 1 CD/DVD no me lo lee y cuando pongo 1 CD/DVD ya gravado me lo lee comun :S, ya se que esto no va aca pero si sabes la respuesta la verdad te lo agradeceria bastante =)
     
  9. Jos

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    Bueno mi pana por lo que acabas de decir..
    eso deber xq tu lectora no Grabadora de CD/DVD..!!
    Saludos!
     
  10. luc

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    si pero yo antes podia gravar cds y dvds
     

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