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Discussion in 'DVD±R media' started by tjlmbklr, Feb 22, 2007.

  1. tjlmbklr

    tjlmbklr Member

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    I tried finding my old thread on this subject, but no such luck. I Bought a LG lightscribe DVD burner. I made a few covers with then it started to reject the discs. I thought at the time that it was because AnyDVD was running. Well needless to say that wasn't the case. So then I started to lean towards media, I have since bought Verbatim lightscribe discs; same problem. It will not recognise the disc. I bought the burner around Christmas at Best Buy, but don't have a receipt. Do you think it could be the problem? I was going to try to return it hoping they'd have a record of me buying it because I used my rewards card. But it is kind of a hassle to take it out of the Computer only to find it wasn't the problem. I just don't know what else it could be.

    TJ
     
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    You should be able to go through My Account and locate the threads you are subscribe to.Your thread should still be there unless you deleted it. If it's not a very old thread,I may be able to search for it?

    You are talking about burning the disc only,and not scribing it?

    What's the brand name,model#,and current firmware version of that LS burner?

    What's the speed rate of those Verbatims? Exact MID code would be helpful.

    EDIT: Is this your thread?

    http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/447640
     
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  3. Shardel

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    I'm not sure what you mean by rewards card. However if you put it
    on your credit card and they give you a problem trying to return it,
    you can file a complaint with the credit card company. First you call
    the credit card-then you must confirm your conversation in writing.
    If the product is defective the credit card company will withhold the
    payment until the dispute is settled. At this point a satisfactory
    solution gets quite a bit easier.
     
  4. tjlmbklr

    tjlmbklr Member

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    It burns fine, but won't scribe. I am not sure of the model# but it's a LG.


    And to answer your question Shardel Rewards Zone is a program that BB has that you get points when you buy things that you can cash for later. I got $60 once, but I hat to spend like over $2K. I called them and they did look it up and I can exchange it. I was just curious if anyone else had heard of this happening before.
     
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