HP uses more than one manufacture for DVD drives. More than likely, the slow speeds are being caused by BD’s defect management. The disc has hampered my burns in the past. I can’t find any contact details for the moderators either. The problem was the software. Maybe I can update the firmware Any other ideas welcome.
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That’s still not where I want to be at, but a vast improvement. And if not, then I’ll know it’s the drive. Max 2 speed for my 4 speed discs. Information and links in this thread may no longer be available or relevant. So assuming the firmware is fine, the software is fine, then either it’s the discs or the drive is faulty. I just called LG solutions tech support and they say it has to be a software issue, not firmware.
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Here’s someone else that had a similar problem caused by it: Even if you have devilsclaw’s flasher, its not going to do you much good without a newer firmware you can update to. This will more than double the amount of time it takes to burn a disc. Welcome to the HP Forums!
In practice, it doesn’t really work this way. Clearly it was doing something behind the scenes that I couldn’t change because the settings were so basic. Is my Blu-Ray burner too slow? For the best viewing experience please update your browser to Google Chrome. So I don’t see a problem there. Message 2 of 2. I’ve been trying to register with rpc1. That’s still not where I want to be at, but a vast improvement.
I think it verifies in Nero at the beginning but only for a short while 5mins.
HL-DT-ST BD-RE BT10N resources, firmwares and drivers
I have a Lenovo XT 1. More than likely, the slow speeds are being caused by BD’s defect management.
I’ll give it a try Any help appreciated. Empty State of Last Session: You should be able to locate specifications which will provide the details for the supported disk hl-dt-sf. I ran Nero Info Tool: Clearly it was doing something behind the scenes that I couldn’t change because the settings were so basic.
HL-DT-ST BD-RE BT10N SCSI CdRom Device Drivers
Or update the firmware Any suggestions welcome Thanks. I can’t find any contact details for the moderators either. Can anyone please give me the full specs for this bd-ee including a compatibility list of all the discs it will play and write to?
Can you confirm my calculations: I’ve loaded up ImgBurn, and it reports: I tried what they recommended: Positive Recorded Mark Polarity: I’m gonna try some Verbatim 4X this time.
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