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Double Layer DVD write faild!

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I bought maxell double layer DVDs.

I have many big movies, and I need archive them.

I stared the Roxio Toast 10.0.5 application, and if I write in MAC&PC or DVD-ROM(UDF) mod, than the "Writing Lead-Out" faild.

- Snow Leopard 10.6.2 64 bit

- ASUS DRW-1814BLT (Firmware Revision: 1.14)

 

The bourn is finished, but I come error message.

If I don't click on ok, until spining the disk.

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I bought maxell double layer DVDs.

I have many big movies, and I need archive them.

I stared the Roxio Toast 10.0.5 application, and if I write in MAC&PC or DVD-ROM(UDF) mod, than the "Writing Lead-Out" faild.

- Snow Leopard 10.6.2 64 bit

- ASUS DRW-1814BLT (Firmware Revision: 1.14)

 

The bourn is finished, but I come error message.

If I don't click on ok, until spining the disk.

06.jpg

 

 

Have you tried Verbatim media? I find that it is the only brand that works for me with double layer burning.

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I have USB LG Blu-Ray BE06 writer.

I tried whit this, and it write without problem.

:)

I think my Asus DVD writer can't burn maxell disks...

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I bought maxell double layer DVDs.

I have many big movies, and I need archive them.

I stared the Roxio Toast 10.0.5 application, and if I write in MAC&PC or DVD-ROM(UDF) mod, than the "Writing Lead-Out" faild.

- Snow Leopard 10.6.2 64 bit

- ASUS DRW-1814BLT (Firmware Revision: 1.14)

 

The bourn is finished, but I come error message.

If I don't click on ok, until spining the disk.

It may be that your disc is fine and that the error relates to communication between the drive, disc and Toast following completion of the burn. Try copying the content of the burned disc back to the Mac. If it copies then all should be good.

 

Other tips are to check if a firmware update is available for that drive and to get some Verbatim DVD+R DL discs to try. You also can download Toast 10.0.4 to see if the error is related to the Toast 10.0.5 update.

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