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[Q] Stripes/lines after burning disc

Discussion in 'DVD±R media' started by a_llerZ, Nov 19, 2012.

  1. a_llerZ

    a_llerZ Member

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    Hi all! My problem is that whenever I burn an xbox 360 disc (not sure if right forum), clear lines appear in the disc, circled lines, and the disc is unusable. But its curious that I burn the same image in a second disc (DVD-DL, all of them), it burns perfectly.. Ive wasted a few discs as of now, of course, they are cheap ones, but I dont know

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    How old is your burner? Does this happen with any other brand of media that you've used?
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    The thing is it's a laptop burner (the laptop is new), and I know it can have issues, but I can't explain it burning a bad copy and then a perfect one the second time. And no, I have only tested this kind of media, I don't have normal DVD's to test with, and I don't want to waste the Dual Layer ones :S

    Thanks!
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    What program are you using to burn? Do you have any logs from the healthy and failed burns - if so, post them here (Google to find their location if you're not sure).

    I'm not entirely sure of a direct cause of something like that to be honest, but general feeling would be burner on the way out or a dodgy batch of media. Might be worth picking up some cheap dvd+rs to see if you can replicate the fault.

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