I think the drive is a lite-on and the media sets on those are generally elaborate, It could be possible that the disc has some scratches and laptop drives especially lite-on drives are very sensitive to scratches. You can try a full-erase on the disc and then try, if that doesn’t work burn the disc without a multi-session and try to see if the laptop drive can read it.
Just because you were able to use Memorex DVD-RW Media in your â€˜Oldâ€™ Desktop Computer doesnâ€™t necessarily mean that you can use Memorex DVD-RW Media in your â€˜Newâ€™ Laptop Computer. You are talking about two entirely different computer systems with two entirely different computer hardware (DVD Optical Drives).
It should be noted that Memorex DVD Media doesnâ€™t have very stellar reputation as being quality error free Media. Memorex doesnâ€™t manufacture any DVD Media but subcontracts with various Media manufactures and many times these subcontractors manufacture poor quality problematic Media. Also DVD-RW Media isnâ€™t the best DVD Media format to use to record Video data to - DVDÂ±R Media is the more appropriated DVD Media Format to use for Video data.
LapTop/NoteBook SlimLine Optical Drives are noted to be Media â€˜Pickyâ€™ Optical Drives and require the use of high quality Media. Suggest obtaining known proven high quality error free Media such as Taiyo Yuden or Verbatim Media which has an excellent proven track history of producing quality error free results.