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blu-ray disk formating and erasing help needed

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Hello all i could really do with your help, i have spent weeks learning how to back up blu-ray movies. i now have a movie ready to be burnt, so i inputted my blank blu-ray disc r/w and when i clicked on burn it came up with the disk needed formatting, i clicked yes and an error came up at 17%, i then clicked burn just to see what would happen and it started burning, only for another error to come up, which i was expecting. Now i can not format it or wipe it, (although i don't know how to erase it using imgburn) i'm trying to formatt/erase it using cyberlink hi-def suite. can some one help me, how can i get the disk formatted and ready to use can imgburn do this or at least erase whats on it? its driving me mad! here is the error that came up first time.

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Hi and welcome to the forum, shamoo! :)

 

Can you post the log of that failed burn?

 

You'll find it here:

 

Main Menu -> Help -> ImgBurn Logs

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hello to you too and thanks for the warm welcome, just to say i think imgburn is absolutely awesome, i usually verb's disc but this one came free with the drive and i have no other BD discs.

anyway here is the log: btw it is not the log for the error in the 1st post but i tried it again and it failed and this was that log.

 

I 13:56:24 ImgBurn Version 2.4.2.0 started!

I 13:56:24 Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition (5.1, Build 2600 : Service Pack 3)

I 13:56:24 Total Physical Memory: 1,047,788 KB - Available: 545,108 KB

I 13:56:24 Initialising SPTI...

I 13:56:24 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...

I 13:56:24 Found 1 DVD+RW, 1 DVD

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i used the erase disc button in imgburn but it wasn't able to erase it, i then tried cyberlink again to format it. it gave an error saying "the disc is not a UDF disc" does this shed any light on my problem? surely the disc i not that bad? or am i doing something wrong?

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verb's are on the way, just a quick question, like on dl dvd's there is a specific type of verb's, mk001 Singapore i think thats the one, is this the same for BD? a certain type or any verb bd will do?

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