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Sense Error While Copying


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What program are you using (and also are you sure that you have EMC10)?

 

That error is usually down to a problem with either the disc istelf or the drive - try another brand of disc and see if that helps

 

the sense error message btw is specific to your drive and only the drive maker can tell you what it means

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What program are you using (and also are you sure that you have EMC10)?

 

That error is usually down to a problem with either the disc istelf or the drive - try another brand of disc and see if that helps

 

the sense error message btw is specific to your drive and only the drive maker can tell you what it means

 

First off, I am not an idiot as I do work in the computer industry. I only resort to message boards when I cannot find anything by using search engines or through other means.

 

Yes, I am sure I am using EMC10 (full version bought online from Roxio). I am able to use the discs to burn discs within Creator Classic and also MyDVD; however, I cannot put a copy of a disc on the same type of disc.

 

Since the drive is made by LG, there is little to no support as you cannot find the model on LG's site anywhere. I am going to look for some different media, but I already have a spindle of 100 (just opened) and I just started to get this error a few days ago. I know that different spindles of discs from the same maker are not the same (even within the same spindle), but the Sense error codes are not drive specific. They are general codes used by all makers set to a standard: http://www.isobuster.com/help.php?help=305

 

Anyway..

 

OS: Vista Ultimate (64-bit)

Drive: LG LSA-E60L (External USB 2.0 plugged into a USB 2.0 port)

Software: EMC 10 with all available updates

 

 

 

Haywire

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I'm sorry to have to disillusion you, but as another professional I can assure you that sense errors past 80 ARE drive (or maker) specific

 

However, it can also denote a general firmware error (just what depends on the OEM)

 

It is not a software error. vid:

 

http://seer.entsupport.symantec.com/docs/231100.htm

 

and also

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KCQ

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Sense error codes are not drive specific. They are general codes used by all makers set to a standard: http://www.isobuster.com/help.php?help=305

Have a look at the list on the link you provided, and tell me if you see any standard error with an ASC higher than 73h, then?

 

Also, have a look at the table here and tell me if you see any error codes with an ASC value greater than 73h. In fact you might note under #6 Drive:

If the 5th and 6th digit of the error code is 80 through FF, then the error code is maker unique. The descriptions of these error codes differ depending on the maker.

 

Now will you check with your drive maker for the meaning of the error code?

 

Brendon

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