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After i burn a dvd on my computer it wont play on my dvd player.
The format on which you have written the file is not read on the DVD player and so when the files is burned please choose the option to write the files in the format which can play on any player mode when the request for burning comes up.
Posted on Dec 31, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: SH-S182 installation
before anything else.. your computer must not be plugged in
have some screw drivers ready
open the case
remove the connections of your old cd/dvd-rom
remove the screws
remove the drive from the bay
replace it with your new dvd writer
replace the connections and the screws
put everything else back
then turn on your system :D
Posted on Nov 02, 2007
SOURCE: super multi dvd writer gsa-h55n
Well, since I received a solution from MAXTRIXKHAN, I just wanted to check back with NCIX.com, and here is a recap of what I did, and what they told me...
After a few tries, I had to contact LG Customer service.
I tried to burn to...
-Maxell CD-R, no problems,
-TDK DVD-RW, no problems,
-Verbatim DVD+R, Computer hangs.
Well, I bought this DVD-Writer to replace my old GSA-4167B, and LG customer service told me that this DVD-Writer does not support the Verbatim DVDs.
So, if you have plenty of Verbatim DVDs, you should forget about this writer.
Maxell, Sony, TDK
Will have to send it back to NCIX
Posted on Jan 03, 2008
What OS are you using? I doubt it is the burner. I have the same model burner and it burns everything I try to burn just fine. It works on both my XP SP2 installation and the OS X86 Leopard 10.5.5 installation. I have burned video, data and bootable OS DVDs and CDs in both operating systems.
It may just be Nero. You could try Alcohol 120% or Ultra ISO.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
This could be due to a common issue. I would suggest you try this method first.
The following is a link to the Microsoft documented solution for issues with DVD/CD drives, explaining a step-by-step procedure. In the event that the first process, which is automated labeled "Fix It" does not solve your problem, please continue to the end of the document.
After completing this procedure, please let us know if you are still experiencing any issues by posting a comment. If this information was helpful, please take a moment to rate the solution. Thank you
Posted on May 17, 2009
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