My liteon dvd rom model is DH-20A4H07C.. im having problems in reading my BURNED DVDs. I burned my files in Nero 7 and it was successful but how come it didnt recognized?? I tried burning in CDs and it read!
I also burned DVDs before and it works fine.. but now, i dont know what happened.. i tried to adjust to lower the burning speed but still it didnt work.. my dvds are sony branded and im confident that the dvd is not the problem but the dvd rom.. =.='
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CD/DVD drives will always show 0 bytes if there is no media present.
You will need extra software in order to burn DVD such as Roxio, Nero. I beleive the LG burners show come with software, you will need to install it in, and run it to burn DVDs.
Nero does offer a free version that will burn DVDs
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It may be that its went to meet is maker,and you will have to replace it .If its prone to dust or smoke you could try cleaning it .If you use Nero Burning Rom,look inyour Start Menu/All Programs/Nero. In the sub menu click on Nero Tools and then select Nero Info Tool and see what that brings up.Hope this helps.
i think you,ve hit the nail-on-the-head.
The laser has to power up highrer to write a DVD, or ocassionally have a dual laser. 1 for read/write CD. And 1 For Read/Write DVD.
Certain cd roms, only use CD- media. it,s probably worth checking which media is supported by the drive.
Also check the drives aren,t conflicting, on the same ide channel, sometimes swapping channels, ide primary/secondary can help, or swiitching Master/Slave/cable select jumpers on the drives Themselves.
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.
Have you checked device manager to see if you have a yellow checkmark on your DVD./CD drives? if ok, sounds to me like the maker of the LH-20A1l BLO5 either needs to fix your problem or replace it. The Nero 7 should enable it to work correctly.
Dvd drives can read from both DVD and CD however due to technological limitations most DVD-ROM or RAM read up to slightly higher speeds for CDs than DVDs.
When burning DVDs professional companies that make prerecorded disks burn their disk at low speeds in an effort to achieve both compatibility and low errors, that is the reason their DVDs play on most DVD-ROMs. However DVDs me and you burn at home and work at high speeds are prone to errors and incompatibility with low reading speed drives.
As a result if your DVD-ROM has a low maximum reading speed then it can only read those prerecorded DVDs and only DVDs recorded at low speeds provided thre are not scratched.
I believe you managed to read those DVD movies if they were pre recorded.