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I/O Errors with different media- Asus optical drive Win 10 X64

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It's highly unlikely that any Registry key changes will affect how an optical drive performs.  Now, there are certain settings in the past that used to matter, but in this case, it's not very likely to help.



Generally, bad burns are down to 2 things: 1.) the drive  2.) the media.  Either a drive is bad, the discs are bad, or your drive doesn't like that particular brand of disc.  Now, it's always possible there's some kind of bad connection on the mobo or a bad cable.  But, you seem to have already eliminated at least one port being the problem.



As for the various modes and changing them, I don't know anything about that and will have to leave that up to LUK to answer.

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