CDVD aborts at 99% when writing to a network share

Discussion in 'CloneDVD' started by jzeimet, Aug 20, 2007.

  1. jzeimet

    jzeimet Member

    Running CloneDVD on XP. If the output files are directly written on a mounted network share, the process hangs up at 99% and has to be killed via the windows taskmanager.

    If the Avira Antivir Guard is disabled before starting CloneDVD everything runs smoothly.

    There are no other programs showing this strange behavior.

    Any Ideas?
  2. fzappa

    fzappa Well-Known Member

    Just wondering if there may be some permission level existing on that network drive and CDVD may be attempting some write verification at the end of its task that can't complete. I'd be curious if the moderators know what the last thing CDVD does before completing its write, and if you can check that all permissions exist on that drive.
  3. jzeimet

    jzeimet Member

    Hello FZappa,

    it can't be a question of permissions, it's a share without restriction for my user. The funny thing is
    - it's working as long as Antivir is disabled
    - Some time ago I found a post in this forum telling about the same problem in combination CloneDVD / Nero(lokaly used) / some other Antivirus program

  4. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

  5. jzeimet

    jzeimet Member

    Hello Webslinger,

    yes, this looks pretty close to my problem. I tried to disable the success.wav but without success. Just to give you another hint: All Main *.VOB files are written correctly but the *.IFO and *.BUB files are missing in the target directory. May be, CloneDVD uses a different method of opening / writing these files at the end of the backup process?

    Greetings - Juergen
  6. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

    Your antivirus program is conflicting with Clonedvd. Disable that antivirus program while burning; configure it differently; or use another antivirus program.