As I wrote above, I have a LG GGW. I didn’t put in; the -H20L. (GGW-H20L). I didn’t remember the model number. And if I’m not mistaken, other than the OEM models. They only had two types, GGW; and read only (GGC).
Also, like the guy above; when my computer was hanging, it did it in the beginning, of all the programs, I used. Luckily, I was using BR-E’s until, I couldn’t erase them. Then I tried a BR, and it did the same thing. Lucky also, I didn’t throw my BR-E’s out, thinking they would be coasters forever.
I see his disc, and mine (inkjet); come from two different sources. If no disc write, on his burner; it’s a burner or MB problem. Now my burner did work, the first couple of days. So it wasn’t the drivers. (Then again, software?). I had no problems, with my PATA drives. And updating my firmware up to (YL05) didn’t help. It recognised all the disc. The Blu-Ray started burning, and then, everything hungup; disc were then un-erasable. The only problem I have with; Fair Witness, he never stated anywhere, if he used other disc, and that they work, before or after. It’s good to have, a Re-writable BD-E disc, to test things. I thought my burner went bad; when in fact, it was the MB. Never, had that happen before. Some of you guys might be wondering, why only 8 of my 10 Disc, turned out good. Well the first one, I made a menu problem. That was also on my test BR-E disc; that I missed, on the last menu page. The 2nd one; I checked the data loss prevention box? Which lowered the burn rate, and increased the time to 40 minutes? Instead of 16.5 minutes. The remaining 8; were burned at 4X, from the Blu-Ray folders. They all play perfect, on my stand alone Panasonic (MD?35) player. I got in total 10 out of 10 Blaze disc, that all worked, 9 burned at 4X; and one disc, that if you clicked that button, took you to the end, of the disk. My mistake.