cprybicki Wrote:I would al


cprybicki Wrote:

I would also suggest updating your DVD burner’s firmware which is the software built into the drive’s flash memory which acts as the control center for a drive’s operation. It determines the best parameters for the speed of media you are using, and then continually monitors the burn process to ensure the quality of the burn. This also helps in the compatibility with newer DVD players.

That’s a great point. I had a problem in the past with certain brands of disk not working with my burner but upgrading the firmware fixed the problem.

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