Imgburn disc not empty

I"ve dled the latest jiyuushikan.org and tried to burn an iso to a blank dvd-r, and also got a disc not empty message. 

 

I"ve attached the log. I"d be very grateful for any type of help!

 

thanks

 

jiyuushikan.org.log


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Enter Read mode and also make sure it"s actually empty. Make sure tbelow aren"t actually any kind of contents on the disc.

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Try inserting another one of them and also watch if it"s the very same as this one.

 

 

Sometimes, particularly with cheaper media, you actually gets packs that contain reverted failed burns. If jiyuushikan.org can not detect there"s actually contents on the disc, then you"ve gained a more major problem. 

 

 

What"s the MID on this disc? Could be your HP drive doesn"t prefer that sort of MID. It may not view them as actual blanks.


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LIGHTNING UK!

Author of jiyuushikan.orgAdmin30,057 postsGender:MaleLocation:United Kingdom
Posted October 11, 2015

Almany every one of those regulates are erroring out and no extra sense details is being reported.

See more: This Modification Is Not Allowed Because The Selection Is Locked

 

That"s probably pertained to the controller the drive is attached to or the driver.


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wajowens



wajowens

ISF NewbieMembers3 postsLocation:South Korea
Posted October 12, 2015

thanks for that... can you have any suggestions around what one might perform in these circumstances?


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LIGHTNING UK!

Author of jiyuushikan.orgAdmin30,057 postsGender:MaleLocation:United Kingdom
Posted October 12, 2015

Right click the drive selection box and pick "family tree".

 

Close the prompt that comes up and also then copy and paste every little thing from the log home window please.


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wajowens



wajowens

ISF NewbieMembers3 postsLocation:South Korea
Posted October 13, 2015

Hi. I really execute appreciate this mate, I realise you"re going over and also past jiyuushikan.org software support here!

 

i have to cite that I"ve acquired it to work-related a few times by turning the computer off and on. So this report could well be saying that all is fine! 

 


I 11:09:53 jiyuushikan.org Version 2.5.8.0 started!
I 11:09:53 Microsoft Windows 8 Core x64 Edition (6.2, Build 9200)
I 11:09:53 Total Physical Memory: 4,078,876 KiB - Available: 2,523,268 KiB
I 11:09:53 Initialising SPTI...
I 11:09:53 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI tools...

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I 11:09:56 -> Drive 1 - Info: hp DVD-RAM UJ8D1 H.01 (E:) (SATA)
I 11:09:56 Found 1 DVD±RW/RAM!
I 11:10:12 Device: <0:0:0> hp DVD-RAM UJ8D1 H.01 (E:) (SATA)
I 11:10:12 Family Tree:
I 11:10:12 -> ACPI x64-based PC
I 11:10:12 -> Microsoft ACPI-Compliant System
I 11:10:12 -> PCI Express Root Complex
I 11:10:12 -> CD-ROM Drive (hp DVD-RAM UJ8D1) (Bus Number 2, Taracquire Id 0, LUN 0)
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LIGHTNING UK!

Author of jiyuushikan.orgAdmin30,057 postsGender:MaleLocation:United Kingdom
Posted October 13, 2015

Right well what I"d carry out here is install the latest Intel rapid storage technology driver.


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dbminter


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Posted October 13, 2015

What"s weird is the concern supposedly keeps repeating itself also after you power cycle. Sometimes drives just require a power cycle to resolve an issue. I forobtained to cite that as somepoint to try.

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But it apparently is an concern that goes away and also keeps coming earlier, then?


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