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L0 Data Zone Capacity failed,power calibration is full

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i keep getting this everytime i start to burn,set L0 Data Zone Capacity failed,power calibration is full.can you help me please.

Disc Information:
Status: Empty
State of Last Session: Empty
Erasable: No
Free Sectors: 4,173,824
Free Space: 8,547,991,552 bytes
Free Time: 927:32:74 (MM:SS:FF)
Next Writable Address: 0
MID: RITEK-S04-66
Supported Write Speeds: 4x

DVD±R DL Boundary Information:
L0 Data Zone Capacity: 2,086,912
Changeable: Yes

Physical Format Information (ADIP):
Disc ID: RITEK-S04-66
Book Type: DVD+R DL
Part Version: 1
Disc Size: 120mm
Maximum Read Rate: Not Specified
Number of Layers: 2
Track Path: Opposite Track Path (OTP)
Linear Density: 0.293 um/bit
Track Density: 0.74 um/track
First Physical Sector of Data Area: 196,608
Last Physical Sector of Data Area: 16,580,607
Last Physical Sector in Layer 0: 2,283,519

Performance (Write Speed):
Descriptor 1...
-> B0: 0x02, B1: 0x00, B2: 0x00, B3: 0x00
-> EL: 4173824 (0x003FB000)
-> RS: 4,617 KB/s (3.3x) - WS: 5,540 KB/s (4x)
 

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You need to read the link again. The very first part talks about changing to better quality DVD+R DL. If the disk does the same thing on two different systems, then its a disk issue, not a system or burner problem. Get Verbatim media.

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i asked for help and i see everybody gets the same answer,buy a new drive,what happens if its not the drive then what.wheres the real help here.post-52141-0-56704900-1365972151_thumb.jpg

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When drives begin to reach the end of their limited lives, they give errors such as yours.  Since we do not repair drives here, we recommend, due to their low cost, that the user replace them.  If you can think of another alternative to replacing a shit drive, feel free to suggest it.

Also, since you are already running a thread on this subject under another posting, read the advice given there and look at your disc quality.

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