Can you try re-writing your question in different words. I know you are new to this but "recording" is more of a term for the video tape age.
When making DVD backups, you are either copying (ripping) or writing (burning).
What is "The CD Writing Wizard"?
You are copying a DVD original to DVD blank media correct? ... not CD media correct?
Do you have a DVD burner drive in your computer? ... and not just a CD burner drive or a DVD-ROM (read only) / CD writer combination drive.
OK...let me try again.
Opeating System = Windows XP Home SP2
CloneDvd2 = V 184.108.40.206
Drive F = DVD ROM
Drive E = DVD RW
Every time I copy an original film to blank media (DVD +R), the ripping goes fine and the burning goes fine. When the DVD is finished burning I have CloneDVD set to play music to tell me it's done.
So I walk over to the computer and eject my new backup copy leaving the original DVD in the player. As soon as I eject the backup is when a Window on my computer pops up. This Window that pops up is known as the CD Writing Wizard. For some reason, after successfully burning a DVD, my computer thinks that it is writing files to a CD.
The screen that pops up says:
"The Files are ready to be written, but the CD was ejected from the drive. What do you want to do?"
Then it lists a few options.
This never used to happen when I made backup copies of movies before now.