John Chalinder argiod at bresnan.net
Mon Jan 28 11:08:17 CST 2008

I have trouble with CDWR and DVDRW both the - and the + formats. I have a 
stack of disks gathering dust on my shelf. Most of the time the drive will not 
even 'see' the disk, and repeatedly ask me to 'insert disk'. Some disks that I 
know have data on them will read as blank and ready to burn.

In addition; I have an HP Lightscribe, and it won't even acknowledge disks 
made specifically for it. It will burn a label just fine. But, what good to 
label a disk that won't take data?

I'm waiting to see if anything will be done in the industry to improve the 
functioning of these drives before I waste another penny on it. So far, all 
the disks I've bought are nothing but expensive paperweights.

On Sun, 27 Jan 2008 18:55:21 -0500
  "scs at worldlinkisp.com" <scs at worldlinkisp.com> wrote:
> Has/is anyone experiencing problems with cdrw high
> speed media (above x4)?
> Spent hours today isolating the problem with a iso I
> downloaded and burned today. 
>Finally determined it was the 24X cdrw media, and in
> the end it wouldn't erase in either graveman and nero.
> Solution: swithced to 4x and suffered the oh sooo
> slow burn and everything was fine.
> I've noticed that high speed cdrw media is getting
> hard to find, wonder if there's industry problem with
> the material.
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