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petrula
post Feb 20 2010, 08:26 PM
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Problem: C:13:00 Dirty Disk Error On Sony DVD TV Player

Nero 9 (Nero-9.4.26.0)
Windows XP Pro SP3
Sony DVP-NS715P DVD TV Player connected to TV
Pioneer DVD-RW DVR-111C internal burner for PC

Many people have reported a C:13:00 Dirty Disk Error on Sony DVD TV Players. I experienced the same problem. The C:13:00 Dirty Disk Error has nothing to do with a dirty disc, but rather with what Nero 9 Burning Rom recorded onto the disc. I finally found out that the problem was using the wrong compilation (profile).

Use the Nero 9 Burning Rom with the DVD-Video compilation (profile).
That profile does not show a UDF tab.
Drag all the VIDEO_TS files in the browser window from the source disc to the VIDEO_TS folder in the compilation window.
With the DVD-Video compilation profile, DVDs play fine without giving the Sony C:13:00 Dirty Disk error message. Therefore, the Sony C:13:00 Dirty Disk Error is misleading since it has nothing to do with a dirty disc.
If you then look at the created disc using Nero Info Tool 6, it has ISO9660, UDF. So even though there was no UDF tab in the compilation profile, UDF was obviously used.

In contrast, if I use the following compilation properties:
No Multisession
ISO 9660 only
UDF: automatic
Finalize

I get the Sony C:13:00 Dirty Disk Error even though Nero Info Tool 6 indicates both discs are the same. So it is unclear what the differences are in the UDF.

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wither
post Feb 20 2010, 09:05 PM
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Probably differences in the sensitivity of the players.

The other day I was messing with a DVD that I use for a backup on once a week. I was running disk speed on it and Nero wouldn't read it. Just on a hunch, I ran my fingers around the circumference of the disk and then Nero recognized it. It just had some dust on it because I don't put it back into the jewel case after each use.
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petrula
post Feb 21 2010, 07:21 PM
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post Feb 21 2010, 09:14 PM
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ok, we'll ignore you! :lol:
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