I bought two 50 disc spindles of Verbatim 8xDVD+R DL that are ink jet printable. These will not write to the second layer using imgburn. My DVD burner is in my Dell laptop and is a DU-8A5LH. Dell says I have the latest drivers etc for all my devices. What can I do?
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How big is the movie file you are trying to burn ??
Also see this thread - https://forum.videohelp.com/threads/384919-Layer-Break-error-when-burning-with-ImgBurn
Last edited by october262; 3rd Sep 2017 at 17:06.
its not a layer break error. I can see several break points to choose from when I set it up.
The first thing you try is a different break point and....
Do not write at the maximum speed for your media. You should write at no more than half-speed so that means 4x for you.
bad drive, oversize image or fake discs? hard to tell the difference.--
"a lot of people are better dead" - prisoner KSC2-303
cut down to 4x write speed, different break point and a different brand disk. Writes to layer 0 with no problem but as soon as it tries to write to layer 1 it fails.
jc8952, , please do not double post. I've deleted the other post. If you want to move a topic to another forum, PM a Mod.
sorry. I didn't mean to.
Thanks for the comments folks. I think my DVD burner is kaput. I tried these discs on another computer DVD burner and they worked fine.