Windows 10: Using Win DVD ISO burner, burn to DVD complete, error when verifying.


  1. Posts : 26
    Windows 7 SP1 Home Premium
       29 Jun 2016 #1

    Using Win DVD ISO burner, burn to DVD complete, error when verifying.


    I just burned my downloaded copy of Windows 10 to DVD with the Windows DVD burner, it appears that the image was burned successfully but if you try and use the "verify disc" option it gives an error of 0x80004005.

    I have tried several discs and receive the same error ONLY when trying to verify, when burned without the verify option the burn competes fine, and I have checked the contents on the disc and it does have the files on it.
    I am using Sony DVD-RW discs, could it be that due to the fact that the media is RE-Recordable that this prevents it from verifying?

    Any suggestions, do I NEED to verify? Seems like it wasn't the default option as the box was not checked, just to mention when I downloaded Windows 10 from
    MS it verified the download and completed to the HDD just fine. No problem.

    One last question....is there any way to get a official MS Windows 10 ISO
    disc that was factory burned without paying for it except shipping costs? Directly from MS? I have very slow internet and it makes downloading the ISO to the PC a long wait, almost over 12 hours....LOL
    Last edited by legacy7955; 30 Jun 2016 at 12:30.
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  2. Posts : 3,201
    Win10 Home and Pro, Win10 Insider Preview, Win7 Home, Linux Mint
       30 Jun 2016 #2

    I am using Sony DVD-RW discs, could it be that due to the fact that the media is RE-Recordable that this prevents it from verifying?
    That is a definite Yes, it is a problem. ALWAYS use the CD-R, DVD-R or DVD+R discs to burn .iso files used to create an exact copy of the original when that original is not available. Besides, I don't think an RW disc is bootable.
    I always use the Verify, takes longer but results in more usable burnings.

    TIP: turn of Bold texting except for short highlighting of something, amounts to shouting in texting, chat and forums.

    For the last question, haven't seen an answer for it.
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  3.    30 Jun 2016 #3

    legacy7955 said: View Post
    One last question....is there any way to get a official MS Windows 10 ISO
    disc that was factory burned without paying for it except shipping costs? Directly from MS? I have very slow internet and it makes downloading the ISO to the PC a long wait, almost over 12 hours....LOL
    I haven't seen official Microsoft Windows 10 DVD's for purchase unless you purchase the retail license with it. Do you have any friends with better internet connection that could burn a DVD for you, or at least copy the ISO file to a USB flash drive?

    My vote is to also use DVD-R discs instead and leave verify turned on.

    I used to beta test Windows 95 when it first came out. Try downloading new builds of Windows every couple of weeks over a dial up connection! Back then I though 33.6 Mbps was FLYING and it only took two days to download - tying up the phone line the whole time!
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    Win10 Home and Pro, Win10 Insider Preview, Win7 Home, Linux Mint
       30 Jun 2016 #4

    NavyLCDR said: View Post
    I used to beta test Windows 95 when it first came out. Try downloading new builds of Windows every couple of weeks over a dial up connection! Back then I though 33.6 Mbps was FLYING and it only took two days to download - tying up the phone line the whole time!
    When I retired back in late '94 my wife was driving 40 miles to work 4 days a week. Six months later she decided we should move and my biggest requirement for agreeing was to have a second phone line for the computer, she got by cheap, me not so much with house payments again. At least I got 56Kbps most of the time, used ICS for 2 computers running Windows 98SE [Second Edition] before getting Windows 95.
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  5. Posts : 26
    Windows 7 SP1 Home Premium
    Thread Starter
       30 Jun 2016 #5

    Berton said: View Post
    That is a definite Yes, it is a problem. ALWAYS use the CD-R, DVD-R or DVD+R discs to burn .iso files used to create an exact copy of the original when that original is not available. Besides, I don't think an RW disc is bootable.
    I always use the Verify, takes longer but results in more usable burnings.

    TIP: turn of Bold texting except for short highlighting of something, amounts to shouting in texting, chat and forums.

    For the last question, haven't seen an answer for it.

    Thanks for the tips Burton. I'll go buy some DVD-R discs and give that a try.
    I had accidentally copied the error number from another site and it automatically turned on the bolding. I changed that typeface to regular.
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  6. Posts : 26
    Windows 7 SP1 Home Premium
    Thread Starter
       30 Jun 2016 #6

    NavyLCDR said: View Post

    My vote is to also use DVD-R discs instead and leave verify turned on.

    I used to beta test Windows 95 when it first came out. Try downloading new builds of Windows every couple of weeks over a dial up connection! Back then I though 33.6 Mbps was FLYING and it only took two days to download - tying up the phone line the whole time!

    Yes I will go buy the DVD-R only discs and leave verify turned on.

    I didn't know exactly what the elements are that it verifies but I thought since the downloaded to files auto verified I should do the same when burning to disc.

    Thanks for all your help I will post a follow up when I get the new discs.
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