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Help! DVD Burning problems

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by cvoptimus, Feb 22, 2007.

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  1. cvoptimus

    cvoptimus Thread Starter

    Aug 21, 2002
    I'm so confused. I recently installed a new DVD Burner [ LITE-ON DVDRW LH 18A 1P] and am trying to learn how to use it.

    I successfully burned a data CD and a CD from an image file, but have been unable to successfully burn a DVD as of yet.

    I have tried using various software to burn some video files to a DVD and even tried creating a ISO file and burning that to a DVD without success.

    I checked the website of the drive's manufacturer and the firmware is up-to-date.

    I get various error messages depending on which software I'm using or which procedure:

    "Error occurred writing data to disc. A NT disc I/O operation failed (1054)
    Error Sense Data: Sense Key : FF ASSC: 4 ASCQ "

    "Device error (226051) or (16711680) Couldn't write to Disc (LBA: 0 Length: 32) Power callibration error" or "SCSI Pass-through Interface I/O error"

    "error while examining drives. Result= 80045203"

    I am usually fairly clever when it comes to computers but this whole area is new to me and I'm completely mystified.

    Am I skipping some step? Is it the software? Is the drive defective? Any advice or insight would be appreciated.
  2. MysticEyes

    MysticEyes Banned

    Mar 30, 2002
    You need to provide much more info. How have you connected your burner? Do you have other opticals installed?
    What software?

    What kind of video files?

    ??? As DATA for storage? A playable DVD comprised of DVD compliant files?
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