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Nero "write Error"


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#1 FiveTreeForest

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Posted 30 August 2006 - 12:43 PM

Okay... so I was getting some "power calibration error" on nero when trying to burn CDs. I brought it into BestBuy since I have a service plan and one of the guys was kind enough to run hijack this and disable some spyware. Since then I have purchased Spy Sweeper, downloaded SpyBot and ran scans on those two programs as well as Ad-Aware and Stinger. While a lot of spyware was wiped out I am still getting a write error midway through burning CDs. I've got as far as 99% before it failed on me. The CDs I use have given me no problems in the past so I have a feeling that it is not caused by the brand... I also ran the InfoTool and my Nero ASPI driver is installed and working properly... I updated InCD as well as Nero to no avail. I also disabled the automatic startup in the IMAPI thing and that didn't work as well. Bestbuy claims it's not hardware and I agree...

Any experiences, suggestions, etc?

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Posted 30 August 2006 - 12:57 PM

There is a thread here that discusses your issue. The suggestion of cleaning the lens is even mentioned. Good Luck.

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#3 FiveTreeForest

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Posted 30 August 2006 - 02:09 PM

There's no longer a power calibration error... just write error. Thanks for the link though.




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