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  1. Updated the firmware right after I installed it, cheers!
  2. I picked up this drive today: http://www.ncix.com/products/index.php?sku...G%20Electronics Burned the same file I was trying to from when I originally posted and went smoothly with no problems what-so-ever.
  3. I haven't had any problems with DVD drives in the past, but since I have now I'm gonna go balls out and buy the latest and greatest. When it comes to I/O errors is it always usually the hardware or media that causes them and not the operating system? Just wanted to clarify.
  4. Alright, which is the better of these two drives? : http://www.bestbuy.ca/catalog/proddetail.a...amp;catid=20236 or http://www.futureshop.ca/catalog/proddetai...7476&catid= I haven't been following computer hardware for sometime now, so I don't know if a SATA dvd drive would be the better way to go versus a IDE one.
  5. Also just tried cleaning the lens, didn't help either. I also noticed that i have NO Imapi CD burning service (vista) Could that be why it's not burning?
  6. From device manager? I tried that and no luck.
  7. yup, to no avail... I don't understand why the odd disc in the stack will burn @4X fine, but the rest keep coming up with the I/O error?
  8. It's weird cause I have CD-r's and it burns them fine, but when it comes to dvd's it's a whole different story.
  9. How would I go about cleaning the lens?
  10. So i've been trying to burn a game ISO with verbatim DVD+R disks, and have gone through about 20 (roughly) trying to it to burn but this stupid I/O error message keeps popping up and it's getting really frustrating. I'm pretty sure my drive has the latest firmware (can't find much about it on google). The weird thing is, a couple times prior to this i'd go through like half a stack of dvd's and the odd one would burn. Does that mean these dvds went bad or something? I 13:00:40 ImgBurn Version started!I 13:00:40 Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition (6.0, Build 6002 : Service Pack 2)[attachment=5927:fail.jpg] I 13:00:40 Total Physical Memory: 1,047,116 KB - Available: 409,480 KB I 13:00:40 Initialising SPTI... I 13:00:40 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices... I 13:00:40 Found 1 DVD-ROM and 1 DVD
  11. heh , I wish I could of got the 100 pack of verbatims on sale for 27.99(save 35$ or something) but I had to go with the 50 pack for 35.99 cause they had none in stock oh well, the price you pay for quality I guess
  12. The burn went flawlessly at 4x which is what I always burn disc images at One question though, what should I do with these fujifilms? I'm guessing most if not all are bunk. I've got about 10 left
  13. Well the verbatims I bought are MCC dye, let's see if this will burn now
  14. Cool, I'll pick up a 50 pack of verbatim DVD-r's tomorrow, can't find any taiyo's around Are you certain that it's most likely the dvd's that are causing this annoying error? I used to be able to burn iso's onto them fine before...
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