Well, same problem mentioned in many places. It just copies a dvd to the hard disc and then it does not copy it back on to a dvd.
Its a brand new PC assimbled quad 2.4 processor, intel DG35EC Motherboard with 2gb Kingston ram.
Kindly let me know what it is the cause and the solution.
Thanks a million in advance.
Hi friends i purchased a new lg dvd writer ,
but there is problem with it ,
when i create a dvd data disk and burn it it does not go beyond 1 percent ,
and when i take out the dvd it is written to some point ,
but my dvd works fine on other computers ,
can anyone help me out ,
if i replace it with samsung will it b working correctly ?
my system ,
256 mb ram,
40 gb hardisk,
intel 845 chipset motherboard
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There can be several reasons for that. Try to use Nero software if you are using LG SUITE. Also the DVD write speed and format has to match that of your writer. Ate you copying another DVD or writing data or edited media such as movie video or music files? Check compliance format.
It seems that the lens of the DVD writer is not working properly. Please try to clean the lens of the DVD writer with help of CD/DVD lens cleaner disc. The lens cleaner disc is easily available in market. After cleaning the lens try to run the CD/DVD again
These are the possibilities: 1. You are trying to copy a disc which is copy protected and hence it may not show the actual size of disc.Please don't do piracy. I personally recommend it(although most home users buy DVD writer for pirating disc for themselves). 2. The black DVD which you are using is not compatible to your DVD writer make sure your DVD writer is compatible with the disc.There are different technologies used for blank DVDs e.g. DVD+R, DVD-R etc. 3. You are using a bad media, which normally happens in case of low cost local Black DVD, available at the cost of dust. 4. IF you have a lens cleaner disc, try also that. It may help. Please rate me appropriately if you are satisfied with my answer,in case, if you want any clarification please get back to me.
as with all writers eventually they fault at the lens and it gets out of line and cannot read discs, you can try the usual thing of checking LG for any firmware updates, but first:-
Go to my computer>right click>hardware tab>device manager, then down list to cd/dvd drives and click '+' sign and highlight your writer, right click on it and select uninstall.
Restart PC and it will be automatically re installed, try again and if no change you will need to replace the drive as they are cheaper nowadays.
If you have posted the correct model of writer, then it only supports the writing of DVD+R and DVD+RW discs, but CD-R and CD-RW disc writing are supported, and it should play all forms of DVD, so it won't burn DVD-R and RW discs, but if it wont play all types then try a cd/dvd cleaner, but to be honest when writers start playing up the lens is normally faulting and a replacement drive will be required.
You seem to have a related problem, you can't burn cd's and you cannot install windows without an error.
Either your hard drive has a bad sector where it keeps trying to write the data or your dvd drive has a reading error.
Firstly check your hard drive for errors, right click on your 'c' drive and down to properties, then click on tools tab, then error checking.
This can take quite a while, so be patient.
Secondly, there have been numerous updates from Nero especially related to Service Pack 2 so download the latest updates from their 'Ahead Nero' website, they are free as you are'nt upgrading just updating.
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