I have two computer one is with LG dvd reader and cd writer and other is dvd writer.I exchange both and i try to write dvd but it don't write.I want to know why and please give me its solution.thanking you.
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Re: My DVD writer don't write dvds
You changed the dvd from one machine to the other? well, then you'll need to download drivers for that other computer, for the dvd that moved..this is a usual situation. Now, unless we know the computer make and operating system of the second computer, it's not simple to find the driver location(which is most likely on the computer makers website)
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Yes, if you have a DVD writer installed, you should be able to write to DVDs. What happens when you try? If you look at the DVD writer in the Device Manager, does it have any sort of error or warning? Do you have the correct driver installed for the DVD writer?
just insert a blank dvd in writer and send the file to dvd drive showing in ur computer by write click on the file and choose send to say dvd rw drive f.
when all the files are transferes to your dvd drive. click on my comuter and open this dvd drive there you see a option in the left panel " write these files in to disc".
click that option wait for some minutes until a popup comes saying writing completed .
now your file has been successfully written in the disc.
This may be caused by bad media, or incompatible formats. There are a variety of media formats for CDs and DVDs. Your reader may not read them all. What model are you running, and what type of media (DVD-R, DVD+R, etc) are you using?
Some DVD/CD drivers have two lasers: one for DVD and the other for CD. Not sure if this is your case but looks like the laser for CD discs is gone. The only way to repair it to replace the pickup mechanism. Anyway, it's hard to diagnose your issue as it may be caused by drivers, dust, software that interferes with the CD/DVD drivers, etc.