I burn dvd's and they do not play well on dvd players but play great in the computer. I am burning at 4X with Momorex 16X DVD+R using power iso. Play back is on home DVD player has rolling or disk isn't recognized at all.
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Is your DVD drive a Combo DVD ROM and CD Read/writer? If so it cannot burn DVD only reads DVDs and read and burn CDs.
If the program cannot find a DVD burner then either the burning software cannot support that model DVD burner ot the DVD burner is faulty.
To test the DVD burner, remove it and install it into another computer to test the burner to see if is faulty.
There are many reason for this.Try following steps to look out for solution.
1>Use better quality Dvd to burn .DVDs are just a few cents worth of plastic, manufactured in massive quantities. Sometimes you end up with a bad disk or a bad batch. Try a new disk, or a whole new brand, and you may have more luck burning your DVDs
2>Dust in your DVD burner can prevent it from burning DVDs correctly. Buy a lens cleaning disk and use it in your DVD burner drive. This can clean things up and give you a clean, successful burn.
3>For better quality burn at slow speed.It’s always tempting to burn DVDs at the highest speed possible. In theory, you’ll save time and can get more DVDs burned. In practice, though, higher speeds can result in unreliable burns.
Slow things down and set your DVDs to burn at 4x or even 2x. This may eliminate errors.
I hope this will solve your problem.
You should try updating the firmware in the burner.
scroll down a page or 2 and you will see the firmware upgrade for your model.
Even if the burner is very quick, I suggest that you don't try and use it at it's maximum speed, but the lowest. Try 4x, and if it gives you DVDs that work, then you can start working upwards if 4x is too slow for you, untill you find the fastest speed that gives you working DVDs. Also shut down all other programs while burning, especialy heavy ones.
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