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Can't Burn Dvd's With Emc10


RamonMiFaSol

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Hi,

 

I'm trying to burn audio and data on DVD's but EMC10 can't detect the DVD's. I use the DVD+RW type which is supported by my DVD burner beacuse they can hold a lot of data and other features. EMC10 detects the DVD burner but why it can't detect the DVD+RW? Thanks!

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Hi,

 

I'm trying to burn audio and data on DVD's but EMC10 can't detect the DVD's. I use the DVD+RW type which is supported by my DVD burner beacuse they can hold a lot of data and other features. EMC10 detects the DVD burner but why it can't detect the DVD+RW? Thanks!

 

Bad disc; what kind is it? Go to the manufacturer's web site and look there for the preferred vendors. Don't use Memorex nor a store brand.

 

What application are you trying to use to burn the data and audio - Creator Classic?

 

What burner? Have to looked to see if there is a firmware update for the burner?

 

I hope that you are using the RW DVD for short term storage. RW discs have been known to spontaneouly go bad (I heard that; I have no personal exprience). You can burn data and audio to a disc and add more later if you use Creator Classic and burn using sessions.

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Bad disc; what kind is it? Go to the manufacturer's web site and look there for the preferred vendors. Don't use Memorex nor a store brand.

 

What application are you trying to use to burn the data and audio - Creator Classic?

 

What burner? Have to looked to see if there is a firmware update for the burner?

 

I hope that you are using the RW DVD for short term storage. RW discs have been known to spontaneouly go bad (I heard that; I have no personal exprience). You can burn data and audio to a disc and add more later if you use Creator Classic and burn using sessions.

 

 

Hi my friend,

 

I'm using Fujifilm DVD+RW which I've used before without any problem and it is one of the preferred vendors. I don't like Memorex or store brand disks. They are cheap but in the long run you loose money and data. My burner is a Toshiba TSSTcorp CD/DVDW TS-H552D and accepts a wide variety of DVD/CD's formats (when not broken). I just installed EasyMediaCreator 10 Suite after a lot of help from friends from this forum and Roxio's support. And now I'm having problems with my Burner. However, I'm able to record CD's of many flavors with my burner so what could be wrong? Just in case I checked my PC for viruses, trojans and other "pestware" and it is as clean as it can be.

 

I went to Toshiba's website and couldn't even find my burner model listed. So then, I went to Gateway's support to get the latest drivers/firmware for my machine and there's nothing, at least for now. I contacted Gateway technical support asking for a firmware/driver for my burner and in return they asked me to perform PC 101 things that I've done way before I contacted them. I asked them again for a firmware or driver for my burner.

 

I thought about doing a system recovery but if I do it, it would take me days to install my applications and put my machine back the way I like it. I rather buy a new DVD burner than performing a system recovery at this point. Prices are very low though so it might not be a bad idea. But I want to try to make this one work first. OK gang keep the juices flowing and let me know anything you come up with. Hey, maybe one of you guys have the same burner. Thanks! :)

 

 

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That burner number rings a bell; I tnink other people have had trouble with it burning anyhtng at all - Roxio or not.

 

Go to this page and search for 552D. you'll get several hits about that burner.

 

If the computer is not very old and still under waranty, complain until they send you a new and different one. Site all the threads on CDFreaks.

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