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Sounds like a DVD drive issue to me since the same thing happens in more than one program. Luckily desktop DVD-burners are quite inexpensive, since you should replace the drive completely with a brand new one. It's the fact that it THINKS it burned correctly that is the nail in the coffin.
phone uk head office 01932455000 and give them hell, I have had the same problem samsung do not have desktop component support full stop! So I have been giving them hell on the laptop support and finally been given this number. I have just phoned it and offices are now shut till monday. Good luck but if you have solved your problem please let me know how firstname.lastname@example.org
*SH-S202J* TSSTCORP CDDVDW its not getting the power supply when connected to the pc so please guide me how can i manually make out the solutions or changes in the internal circuit board inside it so it can work properly please guide me
Basically, it is a hardware error that occurs when a drive is not capable of following a data track on a CD-R or CDRW or on the other hand, poor power flow may cause the problem
1. Try use another disc, a disc with a different band.
2. If one doesn't work, you may have to open your system and use a different power connector, making sure no other devices are using the power connector in the same strand.
3. Lastly, if neither the above doesn't work, you may have to send your drive in for servicing as the head may be dirty or misaligned.