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Finding a device to burn disk

My computer is saying i have no device capable of burning disk how can I get a device or find one on my computer?

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  • You can buy any inexpensive CDRW or DVDRW drive for about 30-40 dollars. Most of them should work with Windows 98.

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Program shut down during disk media burning is indication that a device structure encounted malfunction during the process. For example, the computer for an observation should least have any malfucntion. Second the burning compartment as a component part of computer when experince conditon would display notice either as incompartible or least capable attaining an experiece prior to action commencement. Ascertain that the disk medium on which materla it being burned is within standard to capture an impression from the computer. For example, the disk requires the same format as the material requesting burning. Usually DVD device disks are the only media that can create digital movies. Attempting to burn a digital movie on a CD disk or CDR W would least capture response. Also, ascertain that the DVD disk has least been recorded media since is impossible to burn onto a device with media. Also, ascertain that DVD disks are least disinytergral. For example, burining require least scratches or dirt on new disk. If any sccratech surfacese were encounted the computer aborts the process immediatelty to prevent further damage to an enture structure.

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I have a desktop and i was told that i can use a portable super multi drive burn on my computer. ok but it says its for a mini notebook users. i already use it to burn music but it dont let me use it to...


Optical drives vary in their capability:
* read CD
* read CD and read DVD
* read/write CD
* read/write CD and read DVD
* read/write CD and read/write DVD

What capabilities are available on your "Super Multi" drive?

What software are you using to try to create/burn CD/DVD disks?

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Is the Toshiba A505 s6005 capable of burning a


  • Multiformat DVD±RW/CD-RW drive with double-layer support
    Records up to 8.5GB of data or 4 hours of video using compatible media; also supports DVD-RAM and Labelflash direct-disc labels using compatible Labelflash media.
  • I would say is the best optical unit around talking about a dvd and not blue-ray ...so if you insert the right kinda disk it has the ability to burn the 8.5 G dvd'es (DVD+R)

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I WAS able to make the dvd but it will on play on my laptop not on any other computers nor on any dvd devices


Check the settings on your burning software. You need to "finalize" the disks that you are burning. The session (the disk burning time) has to be finalized, otherwise, it will only play on your computer (as you have already discovered). The setting has to be made prior to burning the disk and once it is set, it will stay that way by default. You don't need to set it every time.

The disks you already burned can be copied to a new disk, but just make sure to finalize them for them to play on other devices. I have over 1600 DVD's and I ran into the same problem when I started burning DVD's. Frustrating to say the least, but Fixya.com and other sites weren't around back when I started, so I wasted quite a few disks back in the day. Now they're coasters for our drinks. LOL
I hope this helps and good luck!
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Burning DVD


Impossible, since your device _reads_ CDs/DVDs, but does not _write_ either CD nor DVD.

Do you have a USB memory-stick (holding 4Gbytes) ?
If so, copy the files to the memory-stick,
and take the memory-stick to your friend's computer,
presuming that his/her computer has a DVD-writer.
That DVD can be _read_ on your computer.

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