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Lg Dvd Writer Burning Problem

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a b G Storage
July 3, 2010 7:53:48 PM

Hello,
I Am having lg dvd writer
It will Burn cd's and not Burn Dvd's and no responce from softwares
a c 120 G Storage
July 4, 2010 5:34:17 PM

Along with the DVD burner, you also need a suitable DVD burning program. There are some free ones out there too.
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a b G Storage
July 5, 2010 5:35:39 AM

What is the model of your DVD drive?

You can use software such as Nero or Ashampoo to burn DVDs.
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July 5, 2010 11:12:19 AM

the problem is with your writer. replace it if it is under warranty. OR IF U HAD ALREADY MAKE GOOD USE OF IT THEN BUY A NEW ONE BECAUSE AFTER A CERTAIN PERIOD OF TIME THE LENS BECOME WEAK AND START SUCH TYPE OF PROBLEMS. DONT BUY LG AGAIN . GO FOR ASUS INSTEAD
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a b G Storage
July 5, 2010 4:13:38 PM

hiteshwild said:
the problem is with your writer. replace it if it is under warranty. OR IF U HAD ALREADY MAKE GOOD USE OF IT THEN BUY A NEW ONE BECAUSE AFTER A CERTAIN PERIOD OF TIME THE LENS BECOME WEAK AND START SUCH TYPE OF PROBLEMS. DONT BUY LG AGAIN . GO FOR ASUS INSTEAD


I thought LG makes some of the best optical drives which are the best in reading scratched dvd's which other drives refuse to read.. As for lens quality and best burning results, i trust Sony above all.. And switch to IMGBURN for burning your data..
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a b G Storage
July 6, 2010 4:21:04 AM

Helo
I have LG DVD-Burner. Model is HL-DT-ST DVD RAM GH22NP20 , recently I found that I am unable to write any DVD. I have just wasted my 8 DVD to figure out the problem. It actually starts writing then after 1 % it won't do any activity but if I abort it then it starts writing something, as if it was thinking that I will write after user stops . So when I see my DVD which was aborted, it has something written.
Looks like that it writes the data which should be there before finishing the actual write.

But it will burn rewritable dvd 100%
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a b G Storage
July 6, 2010 7:23:49 AM

Try updating the firmware.

The fact that it seems happy with re-writables might suggest a laser problem (as the laser works differently on the two types).

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a b G Storage
July 6, 2010 6:13:20 PM

Try a different brand of DVD
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a b G Storage
July 14, 2010 2:28:30 AM

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  • Lg Dvd Writer Burning Problem
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    January 31, 2011 11:42:59 AM

    I have an LG and does the same: stops at 1% in Nero. If I cancel the burning action, then it writes something like a 1MB "session" and ejects the DVD. It's better to restart the computer from the restart button to stop that from happening and keep my blank DVD.

    Any ideas?
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    a c 120 G Storage
    January 31, 2011 1:01:50 PM

    In case of any doubt, use a re-writable DVD to ensure the integrity of the DVD drove and the burning software.
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    February 1, 2011 7:40:41 AM

    I wrote a re-writable and it worked. What now...?
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    a c 120 G Storage
    February 1, 2011 11:33:11 AM

    Verify that the blank DVDs that you are using have a compatible format; I mean the +R, -R, etc. - There are too many variations; some work on certain DVD players; some don't. Not all DVDs will play in all DVD players.

    Here is some information on the topic: http://www.dvddemystified.com/dvdfaq.html
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    February 1, 2011 4:19:06 PM

    Well I used to write on these DVDs with no problems... now it hangs up at 1%. So I don't expect the brand should be a problem...
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    February 9, 2011 1:54:32 PM

    By the way - I could write double-layer DVDs at 2.4x... I could write a re-writeable DVD... but not DVD-R that I was writing with no problems in the past (same brand as in the past).
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    February 10, 2011 8:19:43 AM

    It still doesn't make much sense to stop at 1%. I mean, why wouldn't it fail randomly at 13 or 24 %, why always stop at 1%. Probably it can't start the burning process or something.

    So anyway, you recommend lite-on or asus?
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    a c 120 G Storage
    February 10, 2011 12:01:20 PM

    Yes, Lite-On as well as Asus are good burners. Go with price and availability.
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