“Unable To Perform End Of Disc-At-Once” [A Solution]
In using Nero Burning ROM 7.0, I’d recently come across some difficulty in burning DVD+Rs. At different stages of the burning process, it would suddenly stop, eject the DVD+R and a message would come up saying “Unable To Perform End Of Disc-At-Once.” I was stumped. It took a lot of experimentation, and a lot of ruined DVDs to finally come up with the solution. Here it is, along with an explanation…
Apparently, Nero has a setting under the File/Options… Expert Features tab called “Enable DVD Overburning.” When I set this value to its maximum value (4600 MB), I had no more issues with the “Unable To Perform End Of Disc-At-Once” error messages.
From what I’ve been reading, apparently some DVD-R drives have trouble just recording the standard 4.7 Gb on a DVD-R. So, even though 4600 MB on a DVD-R isn’t technically “overburning,” just having Nero label the action as overburning alleviates the problem.
Hope this helps!
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For further information, or what I later did to solve a similar problem, refer to this post.