Model No: DW1620,0C1
Mfg. Date: AUGUST, 2004
G7-AA0C9B 0A G7C9
Nice Drive, very nice, I had a chance to read about it during some of my searching around for some good links. I kinda remember reading some reviews on the BenQ, but I will let you read all about your burner yourself..
Review for the BenQ DW1620A
Now, once I figure out how to ditch the menus and get all the titles to play back to back, I'll be in good shape!
I won't take all the fun out of your research, Have fun finding it... :iagree:
So, I upgraded to G7Z9 and now I'm miraculously burning viable disks.... I've had 3 in a row that work in my standalone so far. That's not enough to rule out the possibility of bad media, but it looks pretty conclusive that it was the firmware that came with the drive that was causing the problem.
I do believe that can rule out bad media, that's pretty much one of the reason to upgrade to newier and better firmware. Sounds like you resolved your problem.
Just got an Iomega DVD+-RW/+-R dual Layer as an early Xmas gift. Probably not what I would have chosen if I bought it myself but it seems to be a fairly decent one anyway.
I'm still not overly happy with the idea of an Iomega Burner... The name alone just radiates "CHEAP"... Ya know?
You Should feel ashame of yourself, it was a christmas gift.....lol Just kidding
Thanks again HAMP for all your help. You pushed me in the right direction and I learned quite abit in the process.... Most appreciated.
You are very much welcome, this forum has alot of information and people willing and wanting to help, Not sure if anyone has said it yet, but welcome to the forum....