Dual-Layer discs can only be burned by DL compatible drives. What about protocols, addressing, memory usage (windows is bad enough on its own, and then we crap it up with all our favourite stuff - I'm as guilty as any of you'd make a good tech support person.....irrate that a customer actually saved a word file on the nice clean hard disk. Thanks for the tip, though. :) reply It was a firmware issue for Permalink Submitted by Anonymous1 (not verified) on Sat, 03/26/2011 - 20:07 It was a firmware issue for me. check over here
For example, a combination DVD/CDRW drive cannot burn DVDs. Here are 2 good sites, to learn about media quality, and what media id to look for: http://www.digitalfaq.com/media/dvdmedia.htm http://www.videohelp.com/dvdmedia B) Burning too fast, may cause playback issues: If reply Thanks! Find Solutions, ask questions, and share advice with other HP product owners. http://superuser.com/questions/165216/do-you-need-a-special-dvd-burner-to-burn-dual-layer-dvds
Try burning a CD. Dual-Layer DVD's have two writeable layers, and on any dual-layer capable drive I have ever seen, it's labeled as capable of writing Dual-Layer discs. reply Advise me pls Permalink Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Sun, 06/14/2009 - 07:13 It is not burning. reply Say thanks Permalink Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 04/20/2009 - 08:37 Third 3333333333333 method works perfectly.
Thanks, Kai Sep 21, 2005 #9 WarrDogg TS Rookie Chris, I had a similar problem and I sort of figured it out. This no nonsense chapter will help you to troubleshoot problems with your storage media, from hard drives to DVD-Rs. Is there enough space on your the Temp file drive? Dvd Rom All Rights Reserved.
In ALMOST all cases manually removing all devices from the Control Panel - System - Device Manager, restarting your comp (and then patiently waiting, with each disk handy as these devices Changing this value to a 1 or 2 enables Windows to view the drive as a recordable drive. The disc itself reflects having been written on (holding it up to the light shows a darker inner circle), so I do not think it is a failure of the write my response ChrisClick to expand...
If you are in some form of DMA mode (mine's Ultra DMA Mode 2) then you should be good to go. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/dvd-burner-problems.17739/ see what they can do. How Can I Tell If My Dvd Burner Is Dual Layer note: If the drive name contains an error (a yellow triangle or a question mark), double-click the drive name to read the error message. Nero Info Tool what do you know?
I always use the same media (Verbatim +R's) as well. check my blog Blue / Yellow Latest reviewsSony Alpha a99 II85%OnePlus 3T84%Sigma 85mm F1.4 DG HSM Art93%Leica M10Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ2500/FZ2000 Review82%See all reviews » Finished challengesLeaving the office, Central London. All Rights Reserved. Figure : Enable CD recording on this drive Look for a Recording tab: If the Recording tab is not shown, Windows XP has not detected the drive as a recordable device. Dvd Rw Drive
yes.. Also you said you loaded another CDBurner. I found the problem. this content I've tried all of the other methods but I'm still having the calibration problem.
updating the firmware Permalink Submitted by raman_blaze (not verified) on Tue, 06/01/2010 - 10:54 Well... Nero Burning Rom but after i gave a blow on the cd drive lens it worked!! Can't Change Contents of ATA/IDE Hard Drive 682 I can't partition an ATA/IDE drive.
Problem started after reloading XP. help us all Feb 17, 2005 #7 kadath TS Rookie LOL. As such, the problem seems to be with the drives, not the disc brand. Cdburnerxp Apparently "Power Calibration Error" can also mean "Not enough power available from usb port to calibrate the freakin laser beam".
A few problems are the leading causes of apparent hard disk failure; they're so common that we like to call them the "usual suspects": Nonbootable floppy disk in drive A: Loose A week ago, my roommate gave me an early Xmas present – an I/O Magic double format dual layer 16x internal dvd burner. Not all DVD burners can do this, so read your manual. http://dotbowl.com/problem-with/problem-with-dual-booting-vista-x64-and-xp-x86.html Make sure you buy the right type of disc if your drive can only read one type and not the other, this is a common mistake since CD-R's only have one
May 13, 2006 #14 benken2202001 TS Enthusiast Posts: 114 +16 Put ur dvd burner on a different IDE cable than your HDD May 13, 2006 #15 jaypeezinoff TS Rookie Cheers.