I am running on Power MAC G4 10.4.11 and have been using NEC EVE_RW-3500AG DVD burner for years, but now it won't burn 16x DVDs using Toast 6 Titanium. Is there any firmware or anything I should know about updating this burner. It still burns CDs alright and it worked fine on 8X DVDs. Please help me...
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There are DVD+R discs and DVD-R discs. It looks as though your burner will only write to the "+R" discs. I believe that is your problem. Try the +R discs which can be purchased individually or in 3 packs just to be sure. Good Luck.
Ha dell inspiron is a waste dvd.. writer.
i myself have one.
it cant write at a speed more than 4x and nowadays dvds come with 16x speed..
so its always gives error when u try 2 write at low or high speed..
this whole burning process sucks..
im trying 2 find a soln..
as soon as i find one i will tell u
in the mean time
try reducing ur speed to 4x and try
I figured out what was causing the problem with my NEC 6500A on my Dell laptop: The Sony Picture Motion Browser software that I was using to burn DVD's is only compatible up to Service Pack 2 of Windows XP. The day after I installed Service Pack 3, the software stopped burning DVD's. So I uninstalled Service Pack 3, rebooted, unistalled the Sony PMB software, rebooted and re-installed the Sony PMB software and I can now burn DVD's again. So check whether the software you're burning your DVD's with is compatible with whatever version of your operating system you're operating with. Hope this helps someone else!
I think that it's a firmware issue. If the unit is till covered by warranty, you may have to bring it back for replacement. When doing so, it may be to your advantage to bring the PC while it is still attached and blank CDs and DVDs just to demonstrate the particular failure and likewise to be able to test if and when it would be replaced. If for some reason, you would want to try DIY, please look over these sites that you may have an idea.
Hope this be of some help and pls post again how things turn up. Good luck and kind regards.