I have a SONY DRU530A dvd burner, and I cant use the JVC DVD+RW to record, I can burn in regular DVD but I cant use it to do the DVD+RW, a few months ago I could but right now I dont know why, Im using Nero and Roxio, they dont work at all
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Re: Problems with the DVD+RW
Here is a site with a list of compatible DVD-+RW that can be used in that burner:
As you can see, JVC isn't listed on there for some odd reason...
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Try burning a copy that is recorded at a regular resolution. I think the hd 300 records at its highest setting in blue ray quality. Try something like SD mode. If yours has it. I have a jvc hd camera and its set up this way. Hope this helps.
If the disc is an RW disc with previously written data on it, you'll be asked to confirm whether or not it can be overwritten.after erasing pls use it and try it , if you are using fresh blanck Sony DVD-R disk, a Verbatim DVD-R disk and a Maxell DVD-RW disk (all 4.7GB single-sided). no proble but if there is maxell i cant say anything if ther is carry on this problem is not repairable bcoz One of the common problems with HDD recording systems is that they can sometimes (but not always) produce a slight pause at the end of a clip prior to the start of a new clip. just keep it up.
in window under my computer is your DVD writer shown as DVD-RAM drive, if not then re-instal the drivers for your DVD.
If its installed as DVD-RAM then right click the DVD-RAM icon in the my computer and choose properties, under the recording tab select enable recording, try burning a cd using the windows xp based roxio by sending your files to the DVD-ROM.
If it burn a CD this way then all you neec to do is use a different CD burning application software.
Try this download page to update your firmware from 25/10/05, so if you bought your writer before this date maybe this will work, otherwise buy 8x discs.
The faster the discs are burned the more chance of errors there are, you should write at slower speeds for better quality.