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try cleaning up the system. Defragmentation in safe mode will probably help too (i've seen high fragmentation over 10% really mess a system up to where it will not even complete a basic burn). Get rid of the resource hog called Norton- go get AVG free edition- YES IT IS COMPLETELY FREE! also- try using Nero burning software- if it works for you you can buy it but they give you a free version on their website that works GREAT for everything and can test to tell you what the problem burning is (it has dignostic tools in it.) if you are still unable to get it working- e-mail for further support options good luck!
The alignment head is set to read/burn disks that are true and in line with the laser beam. Some Disks, especially ones burned on other equipment may not line up correctly. Tracks may at times burn incorrectly and thus they tend to skip, very much like a phono record. Commercial discs generally are true and correct, and rarely have that problem.
Have had this issue in the past with Lite-On in particular. Stop gap measure was to uninstall and reinstall to get it working temporarily. It seems the life span of Lite-On isn't all that great. Best of luck.
are u copying the disc on the fly i mean directly from dvd rom to dvd rw it sometimes generate this error when reading drive stops giving data due to some error and suddenly bcoz of that the writing drive leavve the session un closed and give an error the solution is first copy ur disc on the hard drive and then copy it on another disc on the fly copying is not safe otherwise also try this
pls try to clean the lens of the drive as follows
due to dusty environment and excessive use lens gets dusty and then have problems in reading or writing dvd 's and cd's
the dvd tray u can see that shiny eye like thing try cleaning th lens
gently in round movement with a tissue paper or very soft cloth used to
clean lcd screens or cotton bud good quality see if it works , other wise ur DVD drive lens got
weak from use now adays service centers are getting tons of them
everyday for replacements
u can try that software thing as well but i dont think it will solve ur problem
There are two common causes for these kinds of problems: software doesn't match, or media doesn't match. also, there a lack of info in here. is drive capable of reading dvd's when it is used for other purposes?
1. are you sure you got the right firmware? check for updates on brand site or on google.
2. try using several types of media from diffrent brands. some drives cannot read specific media (for instance, sony drivers sometimes having trouble with JVC media).
3. the least common, but worst option by far is a hardware problem. if drive is bad, you should try and replace it in case your warrenty didnt expire.