I can’t take this tish anymore. I’ve had enough problem solving and patience and trial-and-error for one night. I’m now clear out of ideas and I need help please!
Here’s the thing: I had a LiteON burner that I thought was nearing it’s end of life because it was having issues burning MP3s onto CDs (would make audio-cds just fine and data CDs), so I figured I wanted a DVDburner anyways and bought this NEC 3550A. Alright, so first thing I do is burn some videos on to a DVD and I’m jolly as can be. Everything works great. Next thing I try to do is make that MP3 compilation for a friend I wanted to do with my old LiteON, and BOOM- SAME fuhneckling errors I was getting before. “Cannot Perform Fixation” “Invalid Block Address” “Cannot Perform End Track”. So I began to think it was a NERO problem and just tried windows burner and BABAM- does not work. Realplayer perhaps? No. Didn’t work either. So what the fedge I think? Crappy burner? I don’t understand how it can be the burner if I am burning DVDs just fine. So what about the media, eh, eh? Well I thought that too. Maybe my CDRs are just total swaggish, but I dont see how that can be considering I’ve tried 3 different kinds!!
Now you see, I’ve gone through every scenario and disproved it somehow. The only thing that I can think that makes sense is some windows setting that is preventing my drive from copying the data correctly… OR some weird azz problem with all of my mp3 files, which wouldn’t make much sense considering I burned them fine a few months ago.
I DON UNDERSTAND ZE LOGIC BEHIND THIS MESS! Please HELP!! Thank YOU! I’ll reward you kindly, I promise.