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Re: It doesnt play cd-r disc which i burn
This is a common problem. Unfortunately, there are a number of CD players that will not play burnt CDs. There's really no way to fix this. The best bet is to do a google search on the model you wish to buy beforehand and find out if others have complained about it not playing CD-Rs. Unfortunately, it's a bit late for that advice to help you.
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are you sure that it is a dvd writer >??? and not a cd writer ..dvd combo?? in this case you can not burn but a cd..and play the dvd ...Im saying this cause most of them are equipped like that it plays dvd-es but burn only cd-es..another thing try to install a bunner like nero ..or iso hunt ...if it doesnt want to ..maybe is all in right with the os...in both cases try to burn an image on the hdd ...like in a game that came iso...just choose burn image ..or change the device into the image burner ...and will burn a image with the recovery dvd you want to ...this one export it to another computer on a memory stick ..and burn it to a disk..
Maybe nothing. Just because you can make a CD that plays on your computer doesnt necessarily mean it will play on your TV. There are many formats in this CD burning business. Some will not cross over to the TV platform. Do you have your manufacturers instruction book or can you find it on line? It may contain additinal instructions to do what you want to do or may tell you why it cannot be done with your machine.
I know this from personal experience. Not all CD's are created equal - plus there is the issue of copy protection that may come into play with what you are trying to accomplish.
I have had similar problems in the past - on one computer discs burned using nero were unreliable but using Windows Media Player they were fine and on other computers the Windows programme was useless and produced unreliable inconsistent results.
I suggest you experiment with different burning software and maybe suspect the drive you are using might be past it's best.
I have several cd players in my vehicles and around my home. Only a couple of them will play all the discs and most of them are very choosy and will only read premium price shop bought discs and it is a waste of time trying to play a discount store or freebie disc, or many of my computer burned discs.
I don't know what the differences are - maybe it is the software or the power of the laser burning the disc or the sensitivity of the reading laser, but there are many differences in there somewhere. The situation is very frustrating...
just check the settings on your media player my guess is it recorded the wrong track format the reason i asked if it played on media player was just to make sure it had recorded the format that is used in most cd players is .wav as for your question for the best burning program i guess it comes to personal choice hope this helps regards Jim
The LG DR787T will recognize CD-R media, and CD-RW for updating its firmware. Do not use DVD media. You have to copy the update to disc. There are instructions on the LG website on how to upgrade using CD media. Search for the file: "2_SoftwareUpdate.pdf"
media player needs configuring,select all file types.reason it wont find songs previosly burned is probably because burned as compilation and not finalised.you can download a player called VLC (for free)it will play any file type a lot of which media player cant.whatever media you have it'll play
The semaphore timeout period has expired refers to the fact that the driver is no longer communicating with the device and failed.
Each time a CD Burner is setup for a CD Burning session the burner hardware will perform a 15 step power test to determine the OPC for a Blank Media Disc, OPC meaning Optimum Power Calibration.
This test also takes place during the CD Burning process so the CD Burner can determine the best burn speed and method for the disc; this test is called 'Running Optimum Power Calibration'.
Although the test is performed by the hardware of the CD Burner, the device initializes the CD Burning Software for the test to take place. This is one reason why your software may report the "Power Calibration Error" or ?Calibration Error Full?.
With Power Calibration errors they can be caused by different factors and sometimes difficult to locate, especially if the errors are at random. Below are the known factors that will cause the Power Calibration Errors and how to check each factor, it is important that each point is considered if wanting to get to the bottom of the error.
Power Calibration Errors can occur when OPC or ROPC tests for the media disc so the condition of the disc, brand of disc and even the firmware for the CD Burner can be the cause for the errors occurring.
A device such as a CD Burners can have different problems if there is a power consumption issue with the system and the Power Calibration Error is just one of those problems.
If using either an internal or external CD Burner make sure to disconnect all other devices, except the hard drive and Burner, before attempting to burn a disc. Double check all cables for any faults and if possible test with a 2nd Data Cable. It is also advisable to disconnect the power connection for the CD Burner and test with a spare connector.
If you have no trouble with other discs, use them and put to one side the lightscribe, other than that try the burner in another pc or with other burning software, as you can see it's quite ridiculous what problems burners can create.