[QUOTE=jonkong;2545574]Thanks for the reply, I’ve tried that, it says no updates for the drive.
Been trying for over 3 hours now, it’s driving me mad. Every now and again [B]IMGBURN will say Disc Not Empty. These discs are brand new and I’ve not writen anything to them.[/B]
Don’t know if it has any to do with it but I’m running[B] Windows 7 64 bit[/B]
Anyone any more ideas?[/QUOTE]
It has nothing to do with windows 7.
where did you buy the disc? if its from ebay you might have either gotten a conterfeit product or used product that someone else failed to burn.
if you got it from a retail store, take the disc back for refund.
Another thing to look out for, because of how dense blu-ray records, make sure that disc are perfectly clean. absolutly no finger prints, no dust etc…
about the computer check the following:
- plug it in to onboard SATA controller, don’t use PCI or PCI-E SATA expansion cards, often these cards cause problems
- try replacing the SATA cable, it can go bad sometimes
- use AHCI mode, google for instructions how to switch, if you don’t know the instructions, your computer will not boot.