Hi, I have an Acer Aspire 5610 with a DVD multi recorder DVD+R DL drive which wont let me burn files. The DVDs I'm using are +R but they're memorex 16x. Can you suggest what could be the problem please.
Yeah I have a solution ... personally I found DVD-R better to write dvd's to if its general data or copied DVD's but some drives are DVD+R specific so find out what drive ya got and pick the right media for it dude
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The Acer Aspire Z5700 Desktop Computer includes a slimline CD/DVD burner capable of burning the following media: CD-R, CD+R, CD-RW, CD+RW, DVD+R, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD-R DL (double layer), and DVD+R DL (double layer).
Basically, this computer can burn to any type of recordable CD/DVD media except for BluRay.
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"This model of computer does not have a blu-ray drive unless you got a third party upgrade. In this case, you will need to track down special drivers, which can best be done by whomever sold you the drive.
Instead of trying to remove the internal drive, which is still useful, do what I did and buy an external DVD drive, just plug it in with a USB cable...then you still have your internal for nornal stuff and you can move the external around anywhere to take care of the heavy duty stuff...good luck..pls rate this solution.
Try Media player classic under k-lite codec pack. Then open video files on the dvd. If it doesn't help try another codec player. If nothing helps could it be that dvd player is not capable of multilayer dvd reading.
You need to check that with blank DVD's you are using compatible with your drive.Because the DVD's may work with your extranal drive but not with your builting drive. If this doen't slove the problem I would recommend using a different burning software other than "sonic record now" and "vista o/s Built-in dvd burner".
Try emptying your Windows temp Directory, Also you will have problems if you have 512kb memory or less.
Mike @ compurepair.
p.s also invest in some R/W DVDs, this will enable you to try several attempts to get it right, instead of having a bin full of Disks, and a lot of frustration.
Mike @ Compurepair.