I've just got some movies off a friend, which he recorded onto DVD-R's. I went to run one of them last night, and everything was fine, and I was pleased. Anyway shortly afterwards I swotted discs and nothing. I changed back to the original and still nothing.
When I put the CD in, the CD light illuminates for a short while, but the CD/DVD drive doesn't recognise the disk. I've tried ordinary CD's and even CD-RW and these all work fine. I re-installed the Driver and still no luck.
Does any guru out there know what the problem might be? Any assistance is gratefully appreciated.
I had a problem like this a while ago. If you check in the manual it will state what forms of disk the drive will read or burn to. I found that mine will only allow me to use the ' + ' variants of disks and not the ' - ' ones. Wish I'd read it sooner and saved myself a fortune on unusable CD-R/RW's and DVD-R/RW's
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