Okay, I’ve used this plenty of times and have been successful. Now I’m having nothing but problems. I load the DVD folder into Nero Recode from my hard drive and select options, then click next to burn. I always choose slow burn and advanced analysis so that errors are less likely, and it always does the encoding process before burning. Once I get to the burning stage, Nero will reject my disc and pop it out, saying:
Power Calibration error.
Power calibration error.
Could not perform end of Disc-at-once.
Generating DVD High compatibility borders.
Generating DVD borders completed successfully.
Burn process failed at 6x.
Now, it’s strange because this doesn’t always happen. It’s happening frequently, but if I shut down my computer and restart it will usually burn a couple with no problem and then it rejects my discs again. I don’t know what’s going on.
I just bought a new type of media. I was using 8x Fujifilm DVD+/-Rs and I never had a problem with Nero rejecting my discs, and now I bought a different type of media, that is supposed to be better and I’m having problems. I purchased Verbatim 16x DVD+Rs.
I wonder if this may have anything to do with the fact that I have all the discs I’m trying to burn saved to my hard drive so I always load from there, and I can never choose to do an advanced analysis anymore because I think that information is saved to the cache (if that makes sense). Maybe the saved info doesn’t agree with my discs because they’re different from the Fujifilm DVDs.
I just don’t see why it burns a couple times and then stops wanting my discs. And it still recognizes them because I have all of the speeds available to choose when burning.
Burner: Memorex DVD+/-DLRWL1 F16
Media: Verbatim 16x DVD+R
Media Code: MCC 004 (000)
Anyhow, if someone can give me some help I’d be really grateful, and if you need more info just ask, I’ll be here.