I'm having a problem opening a dual layer data dvd I burnt on my PC. Works fine in it, but not in the Versa. I've never had a problem with it before, so I thought that it was the brand of DVD I was using. Got a different brand and still no go. Can anyone give me a suggestion as to why this may be happening?
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have a good look at the disk you burnt make sure the data has been burnt to the disk
sometimes nero will say that the burn process completed successfully but when you check the disk itself there is nothing on it
righ click on the disk select properties you will be able to see how much free space you have
you would have been asked if you wanted to save the data in a certain folder after the burn
hope this helps
Yes, you can back up your data or a disk image your whole hard drive.
Depending the amount of data you want to backup, you can use
CD 700 Mb of data
Single layer DVD 4.7 Gb of data
Dual layer DVD 8.5 Gb of data
It happens in combo drives where the cd reading wont work and still read or burn dvd's or vice versa. If you tried to use a cd cleaner and still didnt work then the cd reader is already busted. it either you replace it a new one or not.
If you cannot see the speaker icon in the taskbar, click on Start > Control Panel > Sounds and Audio Devices and tick place icon in the taskbar. That's if a driver has been installed for your sound device which is a creative sounblaster I think.