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Solved: nec dvd-rw nd-3540a burn problem :(

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by leroyas, Feb 12, 2007.

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  1. leroyas

    leroyas Thread Starter

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    A few days ago was everything ok..I could burn cd-s and dvd-s with nero 7. Now this happens when I insert empty cd-r

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    and when I wish to burn a dvd+r, nero says that it can not burn dvd+r ...and I use the same empty media like always before.
    Burner can read every dvd+r that I put in, but no cd-r..I dont know why?
    I was thinking if maybe I did something with settings. I remember I set the settings in nero 7 to default. Is there any way to test my burner (the one in nero is not working for me), so that I will be sure it is damaged and that I didnt change some setting? Will go investigate on internet now..thank you for your help and time

    leroyas :rolleyes:
     
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    leroyas Thread Starter

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    ..after many many hours, I installed and uninstalled nero, again and again...stupid me :p ..read about what could I do wrong, I did change some settings at nero...I followed some instructions on how to burn KVCD; so I thought it must have been my mistake...I finally put in my pc another burner cd-rw..and after seing it works I finally went to repair service...and so the result is...I had a broken nec nd 3540a and now I have a new optiarc dvd rw ad-7173a :eek: :cool: ...so I can say just thank you to the repair service...huge surprise...in only five minutes they gave me new one..next time, I will go imidiatelly if I have something under guaranty...yep :rolleyes:
     
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