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EMC 10 won't burn to DVD+R



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Has anybody run into this problem: EMC10 will not burn to Magnavox DVD+R, 4.7GB?

Thanks in advance.


List the drives ID string..


To identify your drive in XP. Right click my computer and click properties. The system properties window opens, click the Hardware tab and then click device manager. The Device Manager Window opens, from the top view, make sure a dot is next to view devices by type. Click the + next to DVD/CD-Rom Drives, post what it reads?


For the firmware version, right click the drive/s and click properties, click the details tab. It should show, example mine IDECDROMBENQ_DVD_DD_DW1640_______________BSRB_____. The # where my BSRB is, is what we need you to post with the drive model/name.



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Thanks for the reply.




Should, look at disc information in EMC 10 tools. The Magnavox DVD Media I googled was CMC Mag media, landfill garbage media, buy some Verbatim.


Make sure the drop down menu lists DVD-R DVD+R, 4.7GB.


8x DVD ±SlimWriter 8.5GB (ND-6500A) features:



DVD: 8x (11,000 KB/s max.)

CD: 24x (3,600 KB/s max.)


DVD+R: 8x (11,000 KB/s max.)

DVD+R9 2.4x (3,300 KB/s max.)

DVD+RW: 4x (5,500 KB/s max.)

DVD-R: 8x (11,000 KB/s max.)

DVD-RW: 4x (5,500 KB/s max.)

CD-R: 24x (3,600 KB/s max.)

CD-RW: 16x (2,400 KB/s max.)

Access time:

DVD: 160 ms

CD: 130 ms

2MB buffer

ATAPI Ultra DMA 33 mode 2

PIO mode: Mode 4

Supports media: DVD-ROM, DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, CD-ROM, CD-R, CD-RW (high/ultraspeed) 80/120 mm

Supports formats: DVD-ROM, DVD video, CD-DA, CD Extra, CD Text, CD-ROM, CD-ROM XA, CD-I, CD-I Ready, CD-Bridge, Photo-CD, Video CD

Write methods:

DVD: Random Access Writing (DVD±RW), Sequential Writing (DVD±R/DVD±RW)

CD: DAO (disc at once), SAO (session at once), TAO (track at once) with zero gap, multisession

Can be installed vertically

128x12.7x129mm size

0.19kg weight

Availability: July 2004



The new drive features what NEC is calling: 'Active Optimized Power Control' (Active OPC) technology that "dynamically monitors writing power and reflection of the media in use, calculating the optimum laser power and adjusting it in real-time."


Source: Digit-Life



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