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Can't clear OPC history


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#1 Meronik

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Posted 19 August 2017 - 03:25 PM

I'm new at burning XGD3 discs. I've got a LiteOn iHAS124 E with the latest drive (4L0A). Yesterday I burned a game and it worked absolutely fine. Today I tried to burn a new game with the same config and the first error I get is that OPC fails due timeout in the logical unit, I tried disabling OPC but the error now is in writing sectors also for timing out. I'm using the same kind of disc that I used yesterday (bought them together). I read that it could get fixed cleaning the OPC history but my drive doesn't support this option. Is there a way to do this with my drive? What else can I do? 

 

This is my config:

Speed: 4x

Burn proof: Enabled

-Smart Burn: Enabled
- Force Hyper Tuning: Enabled
- Over Speed Writing: Enabled
- Online Hyper Tuning: Enabled


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Posted 19 August 2017 - 03:47 PM

If the drive doesn't support the 'advanced setting' to clear OPC, you're probably out of luck.

Are you using MKM-003-00 discs or have you purchased the wrong ones?
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