Saying you are using Verbatim media does not fully describe the actual DVD Media you are using. Most DVD Media Retailers do not actually manufacture the DVD media that they market but purchase the DVD Media from a DVD Media manufactures and place in their Brand Name Boxes. Some times the Name Brand Retailers market reliable DVD Media sometimes they donâ€™t. To accurately describe your DVD media you need to provide the Manufacture ID and Media Code (Example- RitekG05). You can obtain the Manufacture ID and Media Code by using DVDInfo Pro (http://www.dvdinfopro.com) or similar software utility. Request that you provide the actual Manufacture ID and Media Code of the DVD media you are experiencing your current problem with.
As stated by Forum Member TimC Lite-On DVD Burners perform better using DVD+ (Plus) DVD media.
A little help in deciding which DVD media to use.
Suggest visiting the Lite-On DVD Burner Forum (http://club.cdfreaks.com/forumdisplay.php?f=44) and see which DVD Media other Forum members have reported that work for them.
Suggest visiting the CD Freaks Media Forum (http://club.cdfreaks.com/forumdisplay.php?f=33) and see which DVD Media other Forum members have reported as good reliable DVD media.
Suggest visiting the Video Help DVD Media List (http://www.videohelp.com/dvdmedia) and see what other users have reported about particular DVD Media.
Concerning the quality of DVD media. The saying â€œYou Only Get What You Pay Forâ€ fully applies to DVD media. If the price is cheap the quality is also probably cheap. Remember most dropouts, freezing, skipping and other related problems can be traced to cheap, inferior, substandard DVD media.