Specs - my computer is the Dell XPS 420 - it has everything in it plus the BD-RE drive made by Philips. Here is one of the article that I found online:
The Philips PLDS DH-4B1S is the next generation of storage offering 25 to 50 GB of data on one Blu-ray disc. The DH-4B1S has increased the speed of BD-R to 4X for faster burns.
The new PLDS DH-4B1S Blu-ray drive, designed with native SATA technology, advances beyond the bottleneck of IDE connections. The new Blu-ray writable (BD-R) and Blu-ray re-writeable (BD-RE) 25GB single layer and 50GB double layer Blu-ray discs allow for storage of data, computer backup, high-definition movies and more. With PLDS Blu-ray drives you get backwards compatibility with all the most popular DVD media formats such as Dual Layer DVD, Double Layer DVD, DVD+R/RW, and DVD-R/RW with CD-R/RW support too!
PLDS Blu-ray drives are the industries smallest form factor half-height Blu-ray drives. With the power of a Blu-ray burner comes the next generation of data storage technology. Able to burn 25GB on a single layer Blu-ray disc and up to 50GB on a double layer Blu-ray disc, the PLDS DH-4B1S has created a future for high density and secure computer and data storage including backup, high definition movies, photos and anything else you can imagine.
Interface: Native SATA
Loading Method: Tray Load
Weight: 2.5 lbs
Dimensions: 41.4mm (h) x 146mm (w) x 177mm (d)
The settings from the DVD Fab is all at DEFAULTS. What other information do I need to provide to help me get this resolved?
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