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You are on the right track. Every "multi-format" DVD recorder, DVD burner and DVD-RW drive I have ever owned has had problems with one type of media or another. This is because the discs all have their own patented dye mixtures, and each is a little bit different.
I have problems using Memorex DVD-R discs on my Toshiba DVD recorder. The only drive I can get good results with Memorex DVD-R's is on my Memorex DVD drive.
For DVD-R media, I have had the best success with TDK DVD-R's.So far, they have worked on all my devices.
You may want to try DVD+R media. I use Memorex Lightscribe DVD+R and for dual layer recording, I use Ativa DVD+R DL discs, both of which have worked very well and I rarely have to throw one away.
It takes allot longer, but on my PC I always use the "verify" function to make sure I get a good copy.
A CD-R (Compact Disc-Recordable) is a variation of the Compact Disc invented by Philips and Sony. CD-R is a Write Once Read Many (WORM) optical medium, though the whole disk does not have to be entirely written in the same session.
CD-R retains a high level of compatibility with standard CD readers, unlike CD-RW - which can be re-written, but is not capable of playing on many readers, and also uses more expensive media..
If you want to be able to use the disc many times, you need to buy CD-RW discs
You need to have a software driver download for the Memorex DVD-RW and Lite-on CD ROM. You can have it from the Internet. Just type at the Search engine blank (Download for driver of Memorex DVD-RW). Upon reaching the site, Choose the one with Windows Vista OS. Then, thereafter you can get the download for Lite-on CD ROM. After having the download, go back to your PC menu and open the download to install it. Once installed, test it. And job well done.
Try erasing/writing onto the CD-rewritable disk by using another computer.
Record, with pen-and-paper, the error-message that you get when you try to write, and do a Google-search for that text, to see if other person have had the same problem, and have found solutions that work for them.