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Question about burning DL discs w/ Nero 6 ?

Discussion in 'Nero discussion' started by pholmes31, Mar 28, 2007.

  1. pholmes31

    pholmes31 Member

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    Hi guys this is for a friend.He has a Toshiba laptop w/ a DL burner.But Nero is not recognizing his -R DL discs.Is there something on Nero that needs to be switched to burn/recognize these?Any other suggestions?Just trying to help out.Plmk,thanks.
     
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    gwendolin Senior member

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    The firmware on his burner may need an upgrade.
     
  3. pholmes31

    pholmes31 Member

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    He found out that Nero 6 only burns DL + R's,and not -R's,supposedly.So he is upgrading to Nero 7.Thanks again.
     
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    upgrading to nero 7 will not help either, it is what the drive(burner) is capable of doing,
    in other words nero 7 will not burn -R DL if the burner cant.

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    if i understood ur post right
     
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    garmoon Regular member

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    Your friend needs to upgrade to Verbatim +R DL discs only, book typed to DVD-ROMs; and forget about burning those beauties with Nero, and use ImgBurn for building those ISOs and writing those ISOs to +R DLs. Let ImgBurn select the layer break. Match made in Heaven.
     
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    Will DVDDecrypter work just as well or is there enough of a difference where you still recommend ImgBurn?
     
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    I would and do use ImgBurn since it's the update for DVD Decrypter. It can rip movies to hard drive without help now. I still have and use both programs at times. I always use ImgBurn for my DL Verbatim +Rs along with AnyDVD.
     
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