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  1. If you could find some old media that would be a start, but truthfully instead of taking a step back I'd take a step forward and look for a new drive. According to the little I've read about your drive it was pretty good in it's day, but a day in the technology world was a lifetime ago. Look at the Optiarc 7200a or Pioneer 115 or 116, they can be had on the cheap from NewEgg.

  2. I 09:06:10 Destination Device: [4:0:0] TSSTcorp CD/DVDW TS-H652L 0803 (E:) (ATA)

    I 09:06:10 Destination Media Type: DVD+R (Disc ID: MKM-003-00) (Speeds: 4x, 6x, 8x)

    I 09:06:10 Destination Media Sectors: 16,384,000


    Your drive doesn't like the discs. You are using the current firmware from HP which is two years old and newish discs....old drive + new discs = problems. I wouldn't count on HP releasing a firmware update to expand media compatibility so it might be time for a new drive.





    I 09:06:10 Source File Size: 4,695,834,624 bytes


    Why not put it on a SL instead of wasting a DL?

  3. and please how can i check my firmware version ?


    I told you your firmware version in my first post...PW03. The TDB's is probably older as "R" comes before "W". I would check with fujitsu for a firmware as it may be a special OEM version.


    pr03 , the db's one is newer- should i try to burn now ?


    Go for it.

  4. Typically firmware goes up with revisions. I think TDB's firmware might be old, but that and the others I found were all PR03...you have PW03 which might be newer if it came stock with that firmware on it. Give the PR03 a shot and see if it improves your situation.



    Where did you get that firmware? The only thing I'm coming up with is PR03.


    Is this a Compaq notebook?


    I 17:16:01 Writing LeadIn...

    W 17:16:16 Failed to Write Sectors 544 - 575 - Reason: Write Error


    You start erroring 15 seconds into the burn and actually never burn anything. Laptop drives are really terrible, you might do better with a nice external drive to use for your burning.

  6. Looks like your layer break is set wrong....should be:


    I 13:12:19 Writing Layer 0... (LBA: 0 - 1913759)

    I 13:24:02 Writing Layer 1... (LBA: 1913760 - 3825923)


    yours is set to 1913760. You've also chosen 2X as your write speed, but your drive only supports 4X for this disc. If resetting your layer break doesn't help you'll need to get some Verbatim discs.

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