Re: WHY ARE MY DVDS BAD?
- From: smh <smhong@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 26 Dec 2005 11:36:33 -0700
Mike Richter, were you born with
"Scam Artist" emblazoned on your face?
(No Mikey S-Lickers have been able to prove ANY of the above is a LIBEL)
( -- despite Mikey claimed to have proof of misquotes !! )
> I thought scandisk was in my system but evidently it's not here. I have
> Windows XP home edition as installed by Dell.
[Nero CD-DVD Speed, ScanDisc]
> As far as who made the burner it's shown as TEAC DVD+RW DV-W58E. It
> looks like the driver might have been updated with SP2
Read the comments:
According to this, only external models support bitsetting:
> smh wrote:
> > Awelch wrote:
> >>Last year I bought this dimension 3000 with extra memory and DVD+RW 4X
> >>burner. I have lots of troubles with DVDs created with it.
> >>First, I found many Sony DVD+RW disks would skip, and or stick in spots.
> >>I thought I had better results with TDKs but those were bad sometimes
> >>too. The one time I tried to write over a DVD+RW the results were not
> >>usable. Tonight I wrote a movie to a Memorex DVD-R. The first copy I
> >>made, using Sonic, played well in the DVD player the first time. The
> >>second time I played it it stuck once that I noticed. I also made a
> >>second copy of the same movie on another Memorex DVD-R <new dick> and
> >>this one was so bad it had trouble loading in the player and then
> >>wouldn't play at all.
> >>Is my Teak DVD+RW burner defective or might there be a simpler solution?
> > (Go into Device Manager and find who made the burner.)
> > Check the discs with ScanDisc of CD-DVD Speed and see if there are
> > yellow or red blocks:
> > http://www.cdspeed2000.com
> > If you see yellow or red blocks, the burn was bad. To determine whether
> > the cause is media or the burner, get Taiyo Yuden. If Taiyo Yuden still
> > shows yellow or red blocks, then the cause is bad burner.
> > You can get Taiyo Yuden from here:
> > http://www.meritline.com/
> > http://tinyurl.com/dclwv