Just installed a Pioneer BDR 205 today, replacing a 3-days owned LG BH10 for which I got ''burning failed'' messages (NERO 9, latest release, under Windows 7 x64) on 3 BD-R discs. Although the burned material was there. Just DATA.
Now wondering if the fact I had choosen ISO (and not UDF) may have anything to do with those messages ? (I was burning at 2x only, on Verbatim BD-R media). Seems like there may have been in an issue with the LG drive capability to use LTH discs, but not sure.
So in my next try (another $12 piece...), should I burn data with UDF or ISO ? What's the difference ?