Question about JVC Computers & Internet
I insert a blank 4.7 gig DVD+R 16x 120 min and It won't let me burn 4 episodes that weigh 600 Mb each. Why? My dvd is 4.7 Gb. Should be more than enough.
The size of the file in MB. does not equal what is burned onto the disk. 4 x 600 = 2400 MB. but what is burned to the disk is usually more than what the file size equals. Try using a dual-layer blank disk and see what happens.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Problems recording DVD-R 16X
Try this download page to update your firmware from 25/10/05, so if you bought your writer before this date maybe this will work, otherwise buy 8x discs. http://sony.storagesupport.com/dvdrw/firmware.htm#710 The faster the discs are burned the more chance of errors there are, you should write at slower speeds for better quality.
Posted on Oct 27, 2006
SOURCE: Freecom Classic DVD problem
I had a similar problem with a Sony External DVD Writer. I updated the firmware and all was right again. If you can identify the model of your drive here ----> http://www.freecom.com/firmware.asp?form1=true&form2=true&serie=12600&Manufactures=12600 ----- Then you can download the firmware, update and you should be set. Hope that helps!
Posted on Jul 27, 2007
SOURCE: wont burn data dvd
i have this kind of drive ( 7W036-A01) , IT READ AND WRITE CD BUT IT COULDNT WRITE DVD ( EVEN IT READ DVD IN GOOD WAY )
PLEASE CAN ANY ONE HELP ?????
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
I have the same problem, my drive doesnt want to write anything for that matter...possible faulty hardware?
To Amnonk: Are you f*$&ing stupid? Your answer is retarded
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
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Read/Write Speed CD-R Write:
4X, 8X, 12X, 16X CLV
24X ~ 40X P-CAV
52X CAV (turbo mode) max.
4X, 8X, 10X, 12X CLV
16X ~ 24X CAV max.
Random Access Time
Sustained Transfer Rate (CD-R/RW Discs)
600 kB/s (4X CD-R/RW read/write)
1,200 kB/s (8X CD-R/RW read/write)
1,800 kB/s (12X CD-R/RW read/write)
7,800 kB/s (52X CD-R/RW read/write)
Media and Modes Supported
CD-ROM (Mode 1 & Mode 2),
CD-ROM XA (form 1 & form 2),
Burst Transfer Rate
PIO Mode 4: 16.7 MB/s,
Ultra DMA Mode 2: 33.3 MB/s.
no you will need dvd rw to burn dvd's
hope it helps
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