Thought I might get more help starting a new thread
Yesterday, I wasted about 10 Tinlex brand CDRs trying to write stuff, but failed. Everytime Nero or WinXP's default burning software tells me "burn process successful", and everytime I re-insert the CD into the PC to check if it is successful, the PC takes forever to detect the contents within the CD. I have no idea what's causing this, but when I tried burning my Imation CD-RW, it worked perfectly. Is it possible that this fault could lie with the Tinlex CDRs?
Also, my drive tray got stuck before, though I believe this has nothing to do with the above mentioned problem. What happened was, I was too quick in putting in the cd, and didn't place it properly into the holder. As a result, when I closed the tray, the CD got stuck in between the drive's tray and the top side of the enclosure. I managed, though, to nudge the CD a bit and the drive closed properly. Will this cause any permanent damage, despite no symptoms (assuming the above problem isn't a symptom) shown yet?