What software are u using? If you have nero then it should be easy. Study on the kind of software u are using. Look at the recorder option, all options should be unchecked, especially high compatibility mode.
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Your computer will automatically install the basic drivers for the
burner to view cds but to burn a dvd or music cd or data cd or photo cd
you will need software to do so. Windows XP and newer operating systems
have a simple burning software using Windows Explorer which will pull
the appropriate application automatically. I recommend a program such as
Nero which originally comes with most burners. But for a more advance
and controlled burning program Roxio has the easiest and most versatile
program for about 50.00. Keep in mind if you want to make back-up copies
of bought DVD movies or software you will have to have a specific
program such as DVDFab. I can send you a copy of the actual software Cd
that originally comes with your burner if you need it as I have bought
several LG burners which now I have multiple copies of the software with
OEM Keys. They have Nero V6.6 which is good for simple disk burning.
Also keep in mind when buying blank disk NEVER buy the cheap unknown
brands or the cheesy store brand disks as you will waste more disk due
to bad coatings than you would if you bought better brands such as
Memorex or Sony. Verbatim brand is a good inexpensive disk perfect for
learning how a burner works due to the cost being reasonable and if you
make a mistake burning the disk its not as bad a monetary loss. After
you learn how to use the burner and program and you are ready to make
good permanent disks then get an archival type disk with at least a 50
year storage time, (Your local computer store will help you with picking
out the right kind, these disks are expensive but if you want to store
vital photos or such this is the kind you need). Also A DVD-R is the
most versatile disk for most players old and new and a DVD R if more
for burning on the "fly" and for newer expensive players. A CD/DVD
You may have to delete the device in the "device manager" and reinstall it with the laptop restore disk or download the latest drivers from the Toshiba site for laptops. Also this DVD-RW may not like +R disks or +/_ Disk . It may only like -R disk.
right click on the drive.... go to properties... under tab recording, remove tick "enable CD recording on this drive" and press apply... after that tick "enable CD recording on this drive" and press OK. It should work.
There are dozens of free perfect functioning burning software. the one that i use is Totally Free Burner 3: as the name says it's free, extremely small ( just 1 MB compared to 100MB for Nero), fast and very easy to use. get it from here http://www.softpedia.com/get/CD-DVD-Tools/Audio-CD-DVD-Burning/Totally-Free-Burner.shtml