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Error Message Sense: 02 Asc: 04 Ascq: 08 (Command 00)


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#1 Antonio 1

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Posted 06 May 2011 - 12:39 PM

When trying to burn a DVD-R-DL I got a error message:

Sense: 02  ASC: 04  ASCQ: 08 (Command 00)
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Px.dll: 4.8.39.500
PxAFS.DLL: 4.8.39.500
pxdrv.dll: 1.2.39.0
PxMas.dll: 4.8.39.500
PxSFS.DLL: 4.8.39.500
PxWave.dll: 4.8.39.500
pxwma.dll: 1.0.0.3

Can anyone explain me what is the meaning of this code. What would should to complete the burn?
I can read the DVD but I cannot burn it.

#2 gi7omy

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Posted 06 May 2011 - 01:01 PM

That's a hardware error being reported by the drive itself

2 / 04 / 08      LOGICAL UNIT NOT READY, LONG WRITE IN PROGRESS
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Posted 06 December 2014 - 09:30 AM

If the recording memory cache is too high, it may prevent disc writing.
In the burn CD screen, go to Options.
In the Advanced tab, check the recording memory cache setting.
Lower the cache setting until burning works.
I happened to click Restore Defaults to see what would happen. 4.7 cache with max burning speed restored and allowed me to burn discs again.
Not sure technically why this worked, but it did.
What a relief!
Hope this works for others.

#4 grandpabruce

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Posted 06 December 2014 - 10:03 AM

View Postroxiouser789, on 06 December 2014 - 09:30 AM, said:

If the recording memory cache is too high, it may prevent disc writing.
In the burn CD screen, go to Options.
In the Advanced tab, check the recording memory cache setting.
Lower the cache setting until burning works.
I happened to click Restore Defaults to see what would happen. 4.7 cache with max burning speed restored and allowed me to burn discs again.
Not sure technically why this worked, but it did.
What a relief!
Hope this works for others.

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