Cannot make the recovery disk

Hello

I'm doing a system repair disc in Windows 7.  I deleted the data from a previously used DVD.  When I select "create a system repair disc" I get the following response:

"System repair disc could not be created.  Windows could not parse the requested XML (0x800705B9).

I looked at the code of error on the web, but can't find that he reported in this situation.

Any help appreciated.

Thank you

Robin

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Problem solved!

Thank you all, I've been able to do the recovery and repair of using DVD + r disks.

Robin

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