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Blank Bd Is Not Recognized In "copy Disc Image"

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Recently, I tried to record an image onto a blank BD but for some reason my NXT 3 Pro reads the BD as a DVD-RAM. I didn't have this problem before. I used to record them just fine but I don't know what happened?

 

I use Windows 8.1 (64 bit) on Toshiba Satellite laptop.

6GB RAM

 

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Is your blu ray burner recognized by the program (copy ISO)? by Windows?

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....and does Windows recognize your burner and disc (asked also above)?

 

Is it a new disc out of the box? What brand? Did you try another disc? Is drive3 "F" your burner? Anything else you can tell us? How about the full name of the burner?

 

Have you tried to update the firmware on that burner?

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Thank you for your response. The error message is from Windows. I assume that Windows didn't recognize the blank disc that's why I got that message. I am using Mega Innovation. I have tried one other, which had LTH written on it. I also tried a Double Layered BD without luck. The drive recognizes the blank DVD's though, but for some reason doesn't recognize the blank BD's. Unfortunately, there are no driver updates available from Toshiba.

 

BTW, when I insert a blank BD the Roxio Burner reads it as DVD-RAM.

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The BD laser may have been jarred out of alignment (there are more than one) or the burner is on its way out would be my first guess. Can you borrow a BD burner from a friend? I use a Samsung portable USB connected blu ray burner so I can use it on different computers. It was inexpensive. If you are a computer geek, you may be able to buy and install a different internal burner for less money.

 

Perhaps someone else has a different opinion.

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