please help! i have a pioneer DVD-RW DVR-106D driver version 5.1.2535.0
due to dvd burning problems, ive looked at different things, and by doing so, i discovered that by looking at properties of d drive, it is completely full. is this normal or ok? i have tried burning some dvd`s using various burning software..and i keep getting error messages saying that either the disc is not recognised or corrupted file/please reinstall nero for example. i have many times uninstalled and reinstalled but still get the same messages. ive also tried using different brand discs. im confused as i can play/record cd`s, but can only play dvd`s and not record..i have previously burned dvds on here so something has gone wrong.
If you mean the DVD disk is full, this may be because the disk is being "finalised" when you burn it. if so there's no more you can do with this one, but next disk you burn, choose "multisessional" recording which will allow you to add more files to it.
Finalising is only necessary when you want to play music or video back via a domestic DVD player.
okay.. when i click on the d drive, as in the cd drive, and go to properties, this is how it reads..
type; cd drive file system; unknown
used space; 0 bytes free space; 0 bytes
capacity; 0 bytes
and the pie style chart is all blue, which is representing the used space.
i havent actually been able to complete any burn process yet with nero as there is a fatal error message asking me to re-install nero..which i have done so more than a few times! ive also scanned everything for bugs or anything else harmful, and it comes out as clean. i have tried cheap discs and not so cheap discs..driving me a little insane!!
thanks for helping me try to resolve this, i really am grateful.