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I bought an LG writer model GSA-E4ON today and after I installed it and also lightscribe my computer would get stuck on windows and would not turn on.

I unpluged the LG which is a external writer and it started up,is there another program I must install for this to run properly.

Thanks

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try a different usb port

Thanks,that did it I used another one in the back.

When I downloaded this LG writer it came with nero and cyberlink do I need those programs along with it or can I remove them.

Thanks Again

 

P.S....what is the NERO DMA manager mean,what is it used for.

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you do not need to install them if you do not want to. Unless you want to use the lightscribe feature.

Ok thanks,I left them in for now until I no a little more about dvd burning.

I have another question,I burned a couple of dvd's that will not play on my player.

It only plays on my computer,the dvd is memorex not verbium is that why.

Thank's JOE

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Might be it does not like the brand of media you have, it might be because your DVD player only like DVD+r if the booktype was set to DVD-ROM. It may also be that your DVD player does not play copies. What model DVD player is it.

 

It could also be that the content your burnt was Avi/divx/xvid/mp4 and your home DVD player would have to be able to decode that format your computer will have the codec's installed to allow playback.

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Might be it does not like the brand of media you have, it might be because your DVD player only like DVD+r if the booktype was set to DVD-ROM. It may also be that your DVD player does not play copies. What model DVD player is it.

 

It could also be that the content your burnt was Avi/divx/xvid/mp4 and your home DVD player would have to be able to decode that format your computer will have the codec's installed to allow playback.

LG writer model GSA-E4ON

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as Donta said, your drive is a multi drive and can write to all formats, so its down to your player as to wether it can play ( or recognises) the discs your using

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I knew which dvd writer you had, I was asking about the home dvd player you say the disc's will not work in, you have already said they work on your computer so I would assume you read them with the LG

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