Hello all, I’m new here and have searched the forums for my problem but can’t find a fix - I hope someone can help…
Under my old system no problem using nero 7.5.9 to burn a bajillion DVD+R discs, ISO, DVD-Video alike.
Now, new mobo, DVD burners, Nero 8, any time I try to burn ISOs or DVD-Video I get the dreaded error (I apologize for the caps - it’s a copy/paste).
SORRY YOUR COMPILATION CANNOT BE WRITTEN ON THIS KIND OF DISC. PLEASE INSERT A DISC OF THE CORRECT TYPE OR MODIFY THE SETTINGS OF YOUR COMPILATION TO MAKE IT COMPATIBLE WITH THE CURRENT DISC.
Thinking it was Nero 8, I switched back to Nero 7.5.9. No fix.
Thinking it was the drives, I bought new ones, Samsung SH-S203B. No fix.
Thinking it was the firmware, I checked Samsung - I’m up to date with SB01.
Thinking I must be missing something in the compilation settings, I dug and found no answer. I’m not burning ISOs that require UDF, and if I were I’m smart enough to know how to do that.
Just a plain old compilation with any kind of files on it, Nero demands DVD-R, when I want to use DVD+R. I have changed the motherboard and processor/ram, and installed a new OS, so it could be any of those things, but I don’t know how. There appears to be no “driver” per se from Samsung, just the XP driver. They show as SCSI in Device Manager and IDE inside Nero - they are in fact SATA, but I don’t know how any of that would affect the media type required.
Intel Core2 Duo 6600
eVGA 63 Mobo with nVidia 680i chipset
Corsair 4GB x 800Mhz
4 x 500GB WD HD
4 x 320GB WD HD
2 x 37GB WD Raptors
Many thanks in advance for your large brains.