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Trouble Burning/reading Dvd To Copy

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I created a dvd in Roxio 2010. It plays fine in a dvd player but when I try to make copies, I get the following error message:

 

Sense: 04 ASC: 3E ASCQ 02 (Command 28)

 

Can anyone help me figure out why it will not read a dvd to copy? I am using lightscribe dvd+r but copies one last week without any problems!

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Do you still get the problem after you reboot the computer? That copy you made last week may just have been the last for that drive. That just means that the drive is not ready to do what you want it to.

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Sense: 04 ASC: 3E ASCQ 02 is a hardware fault. It translates to "time out on logical unit". The system is waiting for the drive to do something, but the drive has timed out.

 

If your drive won't read any DVD, the drive needs to be checked.

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did you try makimg a copy fromthe ISO file? go to your device manager in settings and see if you have a burner issue---how lomg was the dvd--maybe its on the margin of being too long.You could also make a video file ofthe project, then place that into a new project and burn that.I have no idea why that works,but when i get a long project, close to 60 minutes, that works for me

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did you try makimg a copy fromthe ISO file? go to your device manager in settings and see if you have a burner issue---how lomg was the dvd--maybe its on the margin of being too long.You could also make a video file ofthe project, then place that into a new project and burn that.I have no idea why that works,but when i get a long project, close to 60 minutes, that works for me

 

Bob, Please look at the dates on thread/posts before you offer a reply. While the information you post MAY be useful for the general public, I doubt that it will help the original poster from back in June 2013 especiall with his problem.. The topic was resolved by Brendon telling the OP that his drive has probably crapped out.

 

BTW, you never came back and told us more about your earlier issues. Perhaps it is better if you do that to close out the thread.

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