(Snow Leopard 10.6.8) When I used iDVD a month ago, every time I would attempt to burn, it would eject the disk near the end of the procedure and I would have to cancel Burn and start from scratch with a second disk to get it to complete correctly. This happened repeatedly; it was as if odd-numbered attempts would fail and even-numbered attempts would succeed. Meanwhile the disks which had been ejected before completing would show up as being named "Untitled DVD.fpbf" when I reinserted them. Today when I try to burn from iDVD, *every* time I try, the disk is ejected before the burn completes, and *all* disks show as "Untitled DVD.fpbf" -- including an entire brand-new box of DVDs. (CDs also show up as "Untitled DVD.fpbf". And perhaps they were all showing up that way a month ago but I only noticed it when iDVD ejected them early.) From other threads I learned that fpbf indicates a burn file, so I thought that maybe iDVD is creating/showing the disk as a burn file, and if I right-clicked it and selected Burn, it would finish burning the DVD. But instead I got the warning message "Are you sure you want to create an empty DVD?" If I drag files to the empty DVD (or CD) and then click Burn, it works fine. But I still can't get iDVD to actually create a disk, either as a physically finished disk or even as a burn file. What gives? How should I now use iDVD?