Is there anyone out there who can solve my overburning problem? When I’m using nero 184.108.40.206 to overburn discs, the burning process is succesful but the disc fails verification. It says ‘read error’ at about 760MB. When I try to open the file (avi movie file; for example 770MB on a 800MB disc) it just starts spinning slow fast slow fast etc.
However, when I burn 720MB on a 800MB disc, about 50% of burned discs IS succesful (at one time I burned 780MB succesfully with cdrwin 5; but I never again produced another working disc with cdrwin).
I tried using Disc Juggler and CDRWIN, but these programs proved to be less succesful than Nero.
Here are my specs:
Desktop: Packard Bell 7200i which had a built in Goldstar CED-8080B with Firmware v1.03.
I’m using Nero 220.127.116.11 and 90/99min cd’s.
ASPI drivers: wnaspi32.dll, winaspi.dll, apix.vxd, aspienum.vxd are all version 4.60.
I have tried upgrading the firmware for the writer (version 1.07) but that only resulted in changing the LED color). Now I’ve downgraded my firmware to 1.01 from the LGE site (as I forgot to save my original firmware; but it’s about the same as 1.03).
According to any table the Goldstar (LG) CED-8080B should be able to overburn to at least 99 min.
I’m burning at 8x, and overburning at 2x and 4x.
Is there anyone who knows why I can’t access these large overburned files? Is it the firmware, the software…??? Am I missing something here?
Thanks for helping me out,