Question about NEC ND-3500A DVD±RW Dual Layer Burner
I have an HP 740e drive that I made several lightscribed disc on. I have tried everything to get it working. It is about 2 years old and used very little. Uninstalled/installed many times and gave up on it since I needed the disks for a party. I went and bought another HP Lightscribe 1040e and used the same disks that it said could not be read and am having no trouble with it. It says the disks need to oriented etc. and there is no good reason for it to not work. I even used the cables from the new one/thinking it could be in the wires. What would make it quit writing? Can I do something to it (other than throw it out)? Thanks-Flo
Does it write data OK but not scribe??
Possibly it's just dusty after years of sitting. Get a foam swab or long q tip and wet with alcohol a little, and clean off the laser lens inside. Carefully. Or use one of those disk-based cleaner thingies.
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