My problem is simply this I have over 150 dvd-r 1-16x speed, burned and filled with what not, but the drive that burned them will not recognize that there is anything on the dvds. When the disk is opened it claims there is nothing on it when I have used such disks before, on this system with out any problem what so ever. It still reads production level DVDs and DVD-r 1-8x disk however.
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A) It can play back DVD's at 8X speed, B) Read CD's at 24X speed,
1) CD-R's at 24X speed. 2) CD-R/W's at 4X speed. 3) US CD-R/W at 24X speed. 4) High Speed CD-R/W at 10X speed. 5) DVD-R at 8X speed. 6) DVD-R/W at 6X speed. 7) DVD-R+ at 8X speed. 8) DVD-R Double Layer at 6X speed. 9) DVD-R/W+ at 8X speed.
The optical drive in a Toshiba Satellite L455D-S5976 Notebook PC, is a DVD Super-Multi drive, that is capable of using disks that are Double Layer, and R- or R+
In all actuality about what is the best burning speed, it is the Slowest speed that you can choose.
That is usually 4X. However I would recommend 8X in all situations. Makes a better burn, and is easily readable by other optical drives.
Makes it simple, huh?
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According to the site below, the drive can burn dual layers discs:
"The 20x DVD multi writer opens up new dimensions for flexible read and
write functions. This high-performance DVD/CD-burner is able to read
your DVDs at a speed of 16x and CDs at 48x. It also brings fascinating
dynamics into play when writing your blank disks. Now it can even write
DVD-R DL two layer media at 12x, while reaching a speed of up to 20x
for DVD+R and DVD-R. DVD+R9 and DVD+RWs are processed at 8x and DVD-RWs
at 6x. And DVD-RAM can be recorded with up to 12x DVD speed. So how
fast can it burn my CDs, you might ask? Even here, with speeds of 48x
(CD-R) and 32x (CD-RW), it’s at the top of its class."
Slow computer problem would be different then that non reading disks. Slow computer could happen in many cases, a virus is taking up all the memory, or defragmented hard disk, programs that required more memory and cpu speed. CD, DVD could fail to read due to loose cable, BIOS setup or damaged drive.
1. this is usually due to the laser reader in the CD or DVD drive has failed or the disks are dirty or scratched. or the DVD drive isn't capable of reading the disks at a certain speed and need replacement . 2. of the DVD cable has become disconnected at the motherboard connection. 3.DVD drive may need replacement.
Hi, most of these value packs will have some disk that are simply flawed in there design and will not pertain to the burner that you are using. The DVD-R will work best with many players. I would also downgrade the speed and disk type to a x8 or x4. this will ensure stability during the finalization process. Another issue may be that the nero software could be becoming unstable due to some corruption issue within the program file folder(base). i would un-install nero then, de frag the main HDD then, reinstall the nero program. this should fix this issue along with downgrading the speed of the disks and rom drive to x8 or x4.
According to Asus there are many burned dvd formats that are not supported or simply do not work in this drive. Asus stated that most dvd-r should work but not all, and that is the only burned dvd media that works. You may want to look into buying a different drive.