AMSUNG DVD WRITER PROGRAMME DISK ( NERO, BG68-01317A REV.00 )
Unable to write files to the CDs. ( Even new on new CDs ). The files to be written on CD comes on but could not be written to CDs. Many times, the message "Please insert writable CD" keeps coming on and the programme doesn't respond. I tried uninstalling this programme and re installed it but the problem remains same. The CD player works OK for playing music CDs with Windows Media Player. Is it a hardware problem or soft ware problem.??.
Re: AMSUNG DVD WRITER PROGRAMME DISK ( NERO, BG68-01317A...
IF you are burn youor CD make sure is read and writeable drive if not get a dvd burner or cd burner a dvd is for dvd CD rewriteable a cd is just regular CD blank CD for both make sure format when your computer has detect 14x or 16x 700GB storage...
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yes, you can write it in 1x or even 42x if you want. The only thing that can happen is a chance of data loss but not quality. Also some older stereos could run into issues not just cuase of the write speed but cd incompatibilitiy. Audio CDs are nothing more than WAV files written on a CD and then a table of contents added as a CDFS file system.
this is to do with settings in Nero.
The book-Type is settings For CD/DVD et,c.
The actual Format the disk has to be written in. If you,ve got the book-type set to write a CD for example, and burned a DVD. it would error as it needs to write more data, than the Disk Allows.
CD 650mb. DVD 4370 mb or equivalent.
I,d uninstall-re-install nero, and ensure you select your type of disk to Compile. Which will automatically select The Correct Book-Type for The compilation required.
i prefer u to use windows 7 ,it cheap and convienience in burning and any kind of disk without a programme(like nero) to do that and it have usb mobe for cd or dvdr mean it use your cd/dvd r like a usb (read,delete file even it a cd-r not a cd-rw)just simply double click in your drive and it will ask u to do that
What OS are you using? I doubt it is the burner. I have the same model burner and it burns everything I try to burn just fine. It works on both my XP SP2 installation and the OS X86 Leopard 10.5.5 installation. I have burned video, data and bootable OS DVDs and CDs in both operating systems.
It may just be Nero. You could try Alcohol 120% or Ultra ISO.
There could be a few things going wrong here, firstly when you send a file using Windows poor inbuilt writing programme, i think you need to use a re writable disc, although i could be wrong, but thats worth a try.
Also go to My computer, right click on your dvd drive and go to properties, then along the top row of tabs, the end one should say 'Recording', click on the tab and make sue that 'Enable CD recording on this drive' is ticked, and just below make sure that the dvd you use is showing in the drop down window.
Finally if you still have trouble, my advice would be to use a dedicated programme for writing to cd and dvd for example Nero burning Rom or Nero 7 being the later version.
In this nero you use your drive as a 'floppy type' drive, where you right click on file and send to and it writes straight to the disk and also enables you to change the file or delete, unlike windows programme.