Question about HP Pavilion a1220n (A1220NED904AA) PC Desktop
First of all, Thanks for coming back. " Calibration Area Full " is supposed to indicate the the media ( blank ) that you are using is no longer capable of being tested to verify that the CDwriter laser can be adjusted for power to write to that particular media. I did some research on this just a week or two ago as I have a CDburner that is giving the same indications on all the media I use at present. Now the explanation makes one believe that the media ( blanks ) is at fault, but that is not the case at all, as I can take those same blanks and put them into a different CD/DVDwriter and write all day long. So the indication of the software on the first computer, this laptop for example, is entirely misleading, even tho the same indication is used by every piece of software. i.e. all CD/DVDwriting softwares are saying the same thing. Cannot write to calibration area. What does that mean? In my case it means that my DVD/CDwriter in this laptop is defective and never was very good to begin with. I want a firmware update for it, but Sony will not provide one, so I am stuck for the time being.
Now let's get back to you, have you tried the Imgburn software that I had you get the other day? and what brand and model of DVD/CDwriter did you get. Have you checked for firmware updates for it ( very important in some cases with some media )?
Get back to me asap or when you determine what I have asked? Take care. I am patient. Be aware tho, don't believe everything the software says... Tend to trust your own instincts.
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
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