EMPTY DVDS ARE NOT DETECTED BUT SOME SOFTWARE DVDS DETECTED.
MY LAPTOP IS ACER.IT HAVE SOME PROBLEM.DVD WRITER HAS NOT DETECTED THE EMPTY DVDS.BUT SOME OF MOVIE AND SOFTWARE INSTALLATION DVDS ARE DETECTED.SOMETIMES THE DVD SPACE IS NOT SHOWN LIKE FREE SPACE AND COMPLEATED SPACE.AND EMPTY DVDS ARE NOT BURN.PLS SEND CORRECT SOLUTION TO MY MAIL ID.
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The problem unfortunately will be with the dvd writer dvd laser not functioning or dirty try cleanng the laser with some glass cleaner or cd cleaning packs if the same the dvd drive is faulty and needs replacing
i would unistall every burning program you have and install burn4free from burn4free.com its free and it burns everything. I think maybe you have your software set to make an image file rather than burn a disk
you can clean your dvd drive
i would also check my computer right click drive then properties
check that settings are correct for
if you still have the problem then device manager and update driver
please let me know if problem persists
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Ok.I got your point.Now I want you to try this first
1.Go up to device Manager
2.Under CDROM/DVD remove your DVD(Uninstall it)
3.Restart your Windows
4.after login your windows,wait for a minute,Windows should be able to detect your DVD back
5.Check your DVD in Device Manager again that its been detected back
6.Now try your DVD again.
Have you installed any sort of APATI drivers??? also have you performed a system restore of the DVD drivers? go to Start ---- programs ---- Acer Empowering Technology and click restore and reinstall the application/driver for the dvd drive.
Can I have more detail like the model of your laptop. I really wanted to check that it is a DVD writer or not.Second it can be that that it doesn't support the type of DVD+R or DVD-R you're trying to use.But first check out that your model support writting to DVD or not.