Question about Panasonic DMR-E55 DVD Recorder
1. Reinstalling the program for disc burning (e.g. Nero Burning rom, roxio, etc...)
2. Free some spaces on your hard drive to paved way for the cache created during recording.
3. Try checking or replacing the data cable use to attach the CD drive to the motherboard.
4. Check for virus in your pc. Have your antivirus updated and scan thoroughly the files in your pc.
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5.Click Next to prepare the disc.
and for CD-RW:
1 Insert a disc into your recorder drive.
2 In My Computer, right-click your recorder drive.
The 'Use with DLA' option in the popup menu should have a check mark beside it. If this option is not selected, click on the HELP button and follow the steps in "Using DLA With Your Recorder Drive" before proceeding.
3 Click Format.
DLA's Format dialog box appears. The options available to you will depend on the type of recorder drive you have.
4 Set the options in the Format dialog box.
a ) Type a name for your disc in the Volume label text box.
b ) Select either Quick or Full Format by clicking beside the option you prefer. DLA can perform either a Quick or Full format of your discs.
c ) If you have an EasyWrite CD-RW drive, you will have the option to create an EasyWrite disc by placing a check mark beside Enable EasyWrite. (See Using DLA with EasyWrite Drives for more information.)
5 Click Start.
If you selected Quick Format or you selected Full Format and your drive supports background formatting, you will be able to use your disc within minutes. If not, you must wait until formatting is complete before you can write files to your disc.
I hope this will help you
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