Tsstcorp cddvdw ts-h653z scsi does not recognise discs Tags: DVD Drives SCSI Storage Last response: May 29, 2012 2:59 PM in Storage Share BAT13 May 27, 2012 9:21:33 PM I AM TRYING TO BURN A MOVIE OF MY VACATION AND I GET AN ERROR STATING THAT THE DISC IS A READABLE DISC. I HAVE TRIED 5 DIFFERENT DISC FROM A NEW PACKAGE. I AM USING WINDOWS VISTA AND I HAVE BEEN USING THIS COMPUTER FOR 3 YEARS AND NO PROBLEMS More about : tsstcorp cddvdw h653z scsi recognise discs phil22 a c 76 G Storage May 29, 2012 2:48:22 PM CD/DVD burners have a preference for certain brands of media and won't recognise some brands properly. Since this is a new pack of discs, maybe they are a different brand than what you've used before? I would try a different brand first. smorizio a c 76 G Storage May 29, 2012 2:59:51 PM also see if there a firmware update for the drive. some updates let older drives see more media. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumTsstcorp cddvdw ts-l633c does not recognise discs ForumTsstcorp cddvdw ts-l633c does not recognise discs ForumI need help picking a new case ForumI need help with overclocking ati hd 4890 ForumUpon installing Windows 7, setup cannot find my HDD. ForumWriting 4 dvds at once fails ForumDMA-driver error. CRC error on SATA ForumTROUBLESHOOTING - Vista detects DVD9 / DVD+R DL blank media as DVD5 ForumBest SSD Of 2013, Which is it? ForumDoes 240GB ssd show up as full 240GB? ForumHow does the Vertex 4 compare with the M4, Chronos, and Samsung 830? Forum[Solved] Does SSD slow down as it fills up? Forum[Solved] My hard drive most of the time does not boot? Forum[Solved] 1 TB Western Digital Hardrive wont recognize but does power up ForumHow Long Does It Take to Defragment a Hard Drive? ForumTesting SCSI Hard Drive on home computer Forum120gb hard drive how does he format it? ForumWin 7 does not see ssd on new build and will not install More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !