I have bought Verbatim's 4.7GB DVD-RW disks. I am using Macintosh. I burned items on disk and then open them later, make changes and write to rewrite on said disks BUT I CAN'T. It tell me that my disk is full, when I KNOW it's not? What am I doing wrong? Please help.
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Re: Rewriting on Verbatim DVD-RW
When you burn disks you have to choose the option "appendable disk"(or in simple words to create a disk where you can add information -data-later if you wish to do so)
If you just record the data on a cd without this option you will get the error -disk is full-
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If the disks do not work on any of the three players they are probably faulty, try buying a spare disk of same kind , or writing a disk from a different pack, it it does work then you bought a box of faulty DVDs, ask a refund. If disk from different box gives same problem when burned on same computer, then there may be a problem with DVD burning software, try doing a system restore to a recent date,
I think maybe ya machine has a preference for certain DVD's. I would suggest that ya try to obtain EXACTLY the same ones that you used B4 that worked, check the numbers on the old ones.. it is possible that the dye layers arn't to it's liking, even tho they seem same they may not be.. Also I believe ya can get Pre-formatted discs have ya explored this option. In fact try another few sorts of dvds altogether and see if they/it works then buy more... GL
those kinda players wont play DVD rom disks and certain ones that are made up. DVD-RAM or ROM wont work. Try blowing inside the player for any dust. if it still doesnt work its the maufacters problem.
The player will play CD-G audio only, not graphics
The ability to play back DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, CD-R, CD-RW, and CD-Jpeg discs may depend on recording conditions.