blchupin at iinet.net.au
Sat Aug 4 03:45:45 UTC 2012
On 04/08/12 08:14, James Freer wrote:
> On Sat, 4 Aug 2012, Basil Chupin wrote:
>> On 04/08/12 00:04, squareyes wrote:
>>> On 03/08/12 22:05, Colin Law wrote:
>>>> On 3 August 2012 13:18, squareyes <squareyes at internode.on.net> wrote:
>>>>> Hi all,
>>>>> am having problems with Brasero on 12.04. Writes CDs and dvd's
>>>>> that aren't recognised by anything. Have tried with both the
>>>>> drives in
>>>>> my tower, and an external usb powered drive , same result.
>>>>> Have tried on another machine with Mint, again same result, tried
>>>>> variety of both CD's and DVD's, same results.
>>>> Does Brasero think it has succeeded in burning ok?
>>>> Are you ticking the box to say "burn directly to disk" or something
>>>> similar? I have had problems with that option. Try it without (I
>>>> believe it then makes an image before burning, rather than building
>>>> the image on the fly). I presume you have already tried burning at
>>>> much slower speed than the maximum supported, which is the most common
>>>> fix for this. Try at the minimum speed to see if that is the issue.
>>> Hi Colin,
>>> have tried to burn at slowest speed, but it takes no notice and
>>> decides itself anyway.
>>> On completion it says it has done the job successfully, but it's
>>> idea and everything else are
>>> not the same. I have tried both "burn directly" and without, same
>>> result. Now have 12 coasters.
>>> Thanks anyway.
>> I wonder if it is the old wodim VS cdrkit problem?
>> I don't use brasero always k3b so don't know.
> I also had a problem with Brasero trying to select minimum speed the
> last time i used it having used it for about four years faultlessly. I
> used k3b and it seems to be a better app and i'll continue to use it
> from now on.
I think it was 2 years ago that k3b did have a problem with burning DVDs
(it would burn OK a single layer -R DVD but would not burn a dual-layer
-R or something like this - I don't remember [even though it affected me
and I drew attention to this problem]) so if you are still using such an
old version of k3b it would be wise to get the latest version which
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