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Are you using a trial version of the program?
no,regular,bought in the store
I too am having the same problem
First suggestion would be to "Burn To File," and see if it completes. If it does, these the files in a software DVD player, such as Nero's, or CyberLink's. If everything plays well there, you can use Nero, Roxio or the freeware ImgBurn to actually burn the DVD.
This doesn't directly address the error, but will give more info on what PE can, and can't do with these Projects.
If the test does not work, you'll both need to provide as much detail about the Projects, especially the Assets used, but also the structure of the Projects, as you can. It would not hurt to list your system specs, the OS (+ version and Service Packs). Also, go into detail on the I/O aspect of your systems, i.e. "everything, except OS and PE on a USB external HDD," etc.
The best thing is to save your project, then exit out of Premiere Elements, and maybe even reboot your computer. There's a file that is still open and PE is trying to write to it again.
Did you try to render the project before you tried to burn it to DVD??
It might not be a burn issue. Go to Timeline->Render work area or press Enter to render the project and see whether you get the error