[qanda]This question is published in the hardware section for the LG BE06LU10. Click here to view full specs.[/qanda]Hi, I’ve recently bought an LG BE06LU10 and a pack of 10 Traxdata RE blu-rays. Â Out of the box of 10, only two of them worked - the others were reported by the drive as having servo errors, or not being writeable. Â Has anyone else had this experience? Â I don’t know whether it’s the drive or the media… and obviously don’t want to spend lots more money on discs! Any feedback gratefully accepted
hi there i have the lg ggw-h20l and i also bought a 10 pack of traxdata discs and i got 3 good burns 3 failed burns and the other 4 were showing up as not being bd-r discs i fond out that traxdata is not compatable with lg
That sounds bad.
What MID do they have?
[QUOTE=chef;2239039]That sounds bad.
What MID do they have?[/QUOTE]
Most likely RITEK.BW1.
I’ve found out that there’s a firmware update for the LG drive that’s supposed to improve the write strategy - their words, not mine! I’ll give that a go when I get a chance, so maybe I’ll have more luck when that’s installed. Not sure what MID means - I’m a newbie to all this
Thanks for the messages.
[QUOTE=Graham C;2240084] Not sure what MID means - I’m a newbie to all this :-)[/QUOTE]
In this thread here:
I posted the list of the BD-RE MID codes that are listed in the YL03 and YL05 firmwares of the LG GGW-H20L burner.
Your LG BE06LU10 burner is the external version of this one
In both firmwares the Â« RITEK-BW1-000 Â» code has[B] 3 entries[/B] for the 2x speed.
I dontâ€™ know why 3 entries are needed to make it work â€¦ or not work properly