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I also have had this problem, upon inserting the disk, the computer reads it and just as qkicly ejects it saying that there is no unused space available. It gets frustrating, I simply pushed the disk tray with same disk on it, back into the tower. I must do this everytime I want to copy a disk, but after putting it in a second time it works great, no problem. Give it a try.If you have and no result, you could try shutting down your computer, it sounds silly but that is the solution to almost all of our little computer problems. Simply restarting seems to clear things up a little, computers our goofy that way, and I am sure that some techno geek could explain it all- but for now we manage. Hope that this is of some help to you. God bless...
Please Check :-
1) Whether U R using the Proper NERO. I want to mean, try installing the NERO which was provided with the DVD-RW+ Drive.
2) Check whether there is a Firmware Upgrade available for your DVD-RW+ Drive with the help of provided CD/DVD and a compatible Software.
Check the blank disks in another computer if you can in case they are damaged and causing a fatal error when your computer tries to read them, and the reboot.
Are you sure it's SCSI and not SATA as scsi isn't very common these days especially on desktop type PC's? Where are you looking to see if the driver is correct? If the drive is displaying and can be accessed from your operating system then it should be working fine.
HEY PUT A DISC TO COPY THEN SELECT COPY DVD OPTION AND SELECT NEXT DESELECT THE QUICK COPY NOTCH AND THEN CLICK NEXT MAKE SURE YOU HAVE ENOUHGH DISK SPACE WHWEN THIS PROCESS COMPLETES IT WILL ASK FOR THGE BLANK DVD INSERT THE DISK AND WAIT DON T CLICK ANY THING WHEN THE CD EJECTS IT FINISH BY ITSELF
It sounds like you are having issues with all DVD writable disks. From the specs I was able to find online about your DVD writer, DVD+RW discs may not be compatible with the the drive. Make sure you are using DVD-RW (note the minus instead of +). I think you might need to reinstall your DVD drivers. This should solve the issue.