The problem you are reporting is most likely caused by DVD media incompatibility between your DVD Burner and the particular DVD media you are using. If you are experiencing difficulty with your DVD media it is prudent to insure that your DVD Burner has the most current up to date firmware available for your DVD Burner installed.
To determine the current firmware of your DVD burner use a software utility similar to DVDInfo Pro (http://www.dvdinfopro.com/).
Suggest visiting the CD Freaks DVD Burner Forum (http://club.cdfreaks.com/forumdisplay.php?f=61) for information on obtaining the latest firmware available for your particular DVD Burner. The folks at the CD Freaks DVD Burner Forum are very knowledgeable and have developed various firmwares that optimize the full potential of your particular DVD Burner.
It has been stated many times through out the CloneDVD and AnyDVD Forums saying that you are use â€œXYZ Disksâ€ does not fully describe the actual DVD Media you are using. Most DVD media retailers do not actually manufacture their own DVD media; they just purchase the media from some DVD media manufacture and then put it in boxes with their name on the box. Many times these DVD media manufactures are located in China and unfortunately this DVD media proves to be problematic. 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.
Until you provide the actual Manufacture ID and Media Code of the particular problematic DVD media it is impossible to know if this particular DVD media is of good quality.