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Re: DVD's reading and writing problems
Two things you can check. First, whenever you burn a DVD or CD you must be sure to "close" or "finalize" the disc. Often this is done automatically, but double-check to make sure. If the disc was left "open" so that more files could be added later then it will probably only play on the computer that burned it. Second, there are some DVD drives that just won't read every type of recordable disc. Ask your friend to burn a DVD-R instead of a DVD+R and try to play it on your computer. Or, check if his DVD+R recording plays OK on other computers. If so, your DVD drive may be faulty and need replacing. Good luck.
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CD-ROM and DVD-ROM. ROM stands for "Read Only Memory". On the other hand, CD-RW, DVD-RW stand for "Read/Write". So, if the specs of your laptop say that you only have a DVD-ROM, not COMBO or something ending in RW, then you laptop's optical drive is simply not built for writing to discs.
1.if the dvd has some scrathes on it cant read as a result it cannot read 2. if the dvd is not written properly while writing using some dvd burning software it will not read that dvd properly . 3.if the dvd is pirated some dvd roms support only original dvds that might be a problem 4.if some dust accumulated on the lens of dvd rom the dvd will not get read properly for this u can use some lens cleaners and clean the lens of dvd rom it is available in the market everywhere try this it will definately work 4.after doin the above if still none of the dvd \s arent working means the life of your dvd roms lens is over now u have to get a new dvd rom
Chek wtat is written on front panel
If it DVD-RW it can record only DVD-R blank, if it + so only +R
or DVD-RAM. If it is DVD +/- RW or RAM it can record any disk.
Also chek the speed for you DVD and disk you using.
If you dvd maximum speed for recording is for example 2.7, 4, 8 you should use only DVD with max speed 2.7, 4, 8 or 1-8, 1-16 etc. So they should be labeled the same as you DVD