Internal Target Failure - Pioneer DVR-107D/A07XLA

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#1

I received the following error message:
“Internal Target Failure” during 4x and 8x DVD+R burning, using Nero Burning Rom v6.3.1.6. I am using Pioneer DVR-107D/A07XLA with firmware 1.13 and 1.18 respectively. The recording failed especially at the beginning (after lead-in) and at the lead-out area.

Attached 4x DVD+R media code using DVD identifier.

Any idea? media problem??? faulty recorder??? All inputs are welcomed. :bow:


#2

That’s similar:


#3

Chef,

Thanks a lot for your feedback. I will rectify step by step followed Nero’s solution.


#4

Maybe you could test the drive in another computer/environment?
Updating Nero would be also good.
Is the official firmware currently on the drive and how about -R media?


#5

I have updated the latest Nero version 6.6.0.6, the error still exist for my 4x DVD+R. Then, same goes to when I upgrade the f/w for Pioneer DVR-107D, f/w:1.21. FYI, 4x DVD-R is doing superb!!! My Pioneer DVR-A07XLA is doing great for both 4x DVD-R and 4x DVD+R. So??? I wondering it might be due to the media problem, as I tested different batches of the media (similar media code), the problem only happens in one of the particular batch. However, it plays well in the Pioneer DVR-A07XLA. :confused: :confused:

My PC system configuration:
Window XP Home Editionn v.2002 SP1
Intel P4 2.40GHz
256MB RAM
VIA M266A

Chef…any suggestion on the best media for Pioneer DVR-107D?:eek:


#6

Hard to say. Beside the media recommended by Pioneer a look at www.videohelp.com might be useful. :wink:


#7

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#8

I forrgot.Update ASPI layer.


#9

“Internal Target Failure” has nothing to do with that.


#10

This is Essentially a hardware error.
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#11

Drive is toast.