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Disks burned but failed to be read

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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Are the disk reading on other drives ?

if yes then proceed if no then its the disc's

1.) Try cleaninf the drive

2.) Try flashing the firmware

3.) the drive is comming close to its life span you might want to consider getting a new one.

Posted on Dec 30, 2007

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