Re: DVD Burner trouble
- From: "sdlomi2" <daniels_sam@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 24 Dec 2007 00:07:52 -0500
"sdlomi2" <daniels_sam@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Forgot to say, if your dvd's are quite new, I'd find their newest
"Pinkman" <nhimley@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
On Dec 19, 10:30 pm, Paul <nos...@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:I've had good experience with Nero Burning Rom v6 for several years and
Hello, I was wondering if anyone had any advice. I recently bought 2
SATA Lite-On DVDRW LH-20A1L SCSI CD rom Drives. I installed them and I
cannot burn to them. I am running Win XP, 2 GB RAM, 2.4 GHz AMD dual
core. Everything worked fine before I installed them. Is there
anything specific I should check.
There is something critical missing from your posting.
What DVD burner package are you using ?
AFAIK, WinXP doesn't burn DVD's as part of the OS.
I think the only built-in burning feature is for some kind of CD format.
(IMAPI CD-Burning COM Service.) For DVD, you'll need a separate program.
"Description of CD-R and CD-RW recording in Windows
When I buy a drive (which isn't often), I look for one that
includes a bundled burning program. My last drive had some
version of Nero on it.
I use the burning features that are built in with Winamp and Windows
media player, I also have nero untla 7 edition
several--about 6 different-- burners. I've been selling my used ones as
newer ones come out. Most have been NEC, but a few hp's, samsung's,
lite-on's. HTH, s
drivers on line and re-install them. Also, since I'm not familiar w/Nero v7
untla(ULTRA?), as one said, try completely uninstalling it and
re-installing. If that seems to 'try' & yet fail to burn, I'd try Nero 6 as
I mentioned above. (It actually seems as if I briefly tried some flavor of
Nero 7 & immediately went back to 6--6 wasn't broken and 7 seemed to be?!)
Again, luck to you. s
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