08-09-2011 06:01 PM
I tried running as an administrator and it didn't work. I was also using DVD+R discs. Very frustrating. I wonder if the same error would occur if I used an external hard drive? I've been thinking about getting one anyways to backup my files.
08-10-2011 05:28 AM
08-13-2011 08:30 AM
I am also having the same problem. I got this Lenovo Z570 laptop from a retailer with one user id already created in the pre-installed windows 7 home premium OS. OKR 7.0 was also installed in the system. I continued using the user id that was already created and have not changed anything in windows login.
I too have wasted two DVD+R, both of which stopped with this same error message once the first disk is created properly and the DVD drive ejected the first disk.
Its really frustrating and I have wasted atleast 4 hrs today going through various forums on the net looking for an answer.
08-13-2011 12:53 PM
08-14-2011 02:23 AM
No, I have not made any change to the hard disk volume. It came with 2 partitions (C and D) and I have not made any change to that.
After going through responses for similar error messages, I tried running OKR 7.0 as administrator and the total file size was 15GB with 3 DVD's required to burn (this was the case earlier as well). This time the error message did not appear after first disc was completed. It asked me to insert the second disc and the error message came this time when the second disc was burnt. So, I have now wasted 6 new DVD+R.............
Now I will check the option to burn DVD's at start-up as mentioned by you. But this looks more like shooting in the dark and I dont have much hope. Cant we figure out what exactly is causing this error?
08-14-2011 03:56 AM
As expected, no luck.
I uninstalled OKR and reinstalled again. I checked my user id and it has the administrator credentials. In fact, there is only one user id created in this computer. I have not made any changes to hard disc volumes either.
This time too, I ran OKR by right clicking and running as administrator and it created the first DVD correctly and asked me to insert the second disc. It created the second disk too and the error message popped up again. The error always comes up at verifying stage only. Earlier it used to come at verifying the first disc itself, now it is coming at the second disc stage. Wasted DVD+R count is 10 now, an entire box gone down the drain.
I am not going to try anything more until we have a clear answer for this error. This has made an indelible dent in the confidence and reputation I had for Lenovo. I now only pray that the system doesn't crash like this piece of junk software.
08-14-2011 05:31 AM
08-15-2011 04:15 AM
No, I didnt try that. This would mean I would loose all the system settings, favourites, files I have used / saved in the last two months. Though I can take a back-up of all of that and do a complete installation, this a bit of a task which I cant spend time on right now.
Another reason is, this is again a trial and error and may be this might fix the problem. But since this is only a probability, I dont want to try those chances as I am not convinced enough to take the trouble.
Anyway, thanks for quick replies.