I realise this drive is fairly new to market but it doesn't seem to like my cheapo CD media. Do any readers have experience of particular CD/DVD media which would either help/warn me?
I have installed Nero6 and updated it from their web site with the latest versions. This preloads In-CD packet writing on start-up. In normal CD burning I have had many failures. The PC - running XP Home- either hangs or reports 'Illegal block size for command'- 'Could not perform end of disc at once'. Could there be some form of conflict with the In-CD software?
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My LG came with B-Gold and other BHA products but that crashed XP so badly I had to do a reinstall - so I bought Nero6. Do I understand from gold47 that Nero6 gives him trouble on XP Home was it Easy CD creator that caused probs/
As usual very helpful and rapid responses to my query. many thanks all!
At the risk of outstaying my welcome - in preparing to burn a DVD copy after ripping my original DVD and getting a file in VOB format I get the message when ading it to the burn window that as it is greater than 2gb I have to use a UDF file system. This was a new one on me - any help or pointing to a helpful web site would be much appreciated since my original search in google reveals info about what UDF is but not how to get my original file into an acceptable state.