Question about Dell Inspiron E1505 Notebook
My laptop slimline drive on my dell e1505 is very good but last night something new occured because I use a program called imgburn, and when whenever I wanna watch a movie I just write some files to a RW dvd and pop it in my dvd player. but that didn't happen last night, instead after the initial burn (which means the movies succesfully made it to disk)I recieved an error message that blocks the burn from completing.the message reads that its an:
I/O error; scsi status:0x02
cdb:28 00 00 00 68 54 00 00 01 00
interpretation: timeout on logical unit ?
so Im baffled and dont know if the problem lies in the optical drive (because I checked it and everything seems normal)or is it the software?
That is usually caused by cheap media. Try a better brand of blank DVD's.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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