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if it is a burnt disk<if you no what i meen> then you need and certen laser in your computer but if it is a reg, disk then i don no what to tell wrather than if your warrinty is valid then have it shiped to your prossecing manufacture or somthing like that
If this is original equipment inside your pc then go to the website of who made your pc and check the spec's. If the burner does not say dvd-rw, DL, then no it is not capable of burning a double layer dvd disk.
Okay first does "any disk" mean ANY disk, or any disk in the same pack of blanks ? Some cheap media has this problem.
If not, then you probably have a hardware problem.
Try checking Device Manager for flags. Report them here. someone will know more .
If none, your optical drive may be bad.
I'm assuming "delete the drive and reboot" means uninstall the drivers Device Manager. Did they have any flags before ?
Make sure to enable "show hidden devices". You might have a non-plug & play device driver in conflict, and they are hidden.
What software are you using to burn disks ? There may be a problem with
that. If there are no flags in device manager, uninstall the software
(if it's Nero, Roxio or something). You can reinstall the software