Premiere Elements: Invalid Disk Name...Error Message

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I have been trying to burn my video to disk, However, I cannot do so as there is a yellow triangle with an exclamation mark and the message "invalid Disk Name" - I have done everything that I can think of but nothing removes this error message.

I have no problem with Magix Movie Edit Pro but purchased Elements 9 thinking I would get better results

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Dave Tolputt

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jodi freeman

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Same here. First it said it couldn't work because I didn't have QuickTime. So I installed QuickTime, with security and firewall off, reinstalled Premiere, and now it says "invalid file name". I can't use this! Tech support couldn't figure it out, and it appears that Adobe does not provide any free support for their own products.
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Kate Rogers

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I fixed the problem by selecting to burn the movie to a folder and creating the folder.  This deleted the invalid disc name and I was then able to select DVD.  Disc error did not occur and I could burn the movie. I was using Premiere Elements 10.