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Hi, I have a PowerMac G4 running OS 10.2.  I am trying to burn to a DVD-R TDK 2x 4.7 GB from iDVD.  The movie is just under 90 minutes duration and 4.4 GB I believe.  It begins to burn, then repeatedly arrives at error #2147352542.  What is this?  And what should I do about it?
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Thank you for your help. I did not get to the bottom of the problem, but by turning off sleep mode and using better DVD's I am able to get around it.
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