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    Exclamation DVD writer problem :@

    using asus dvd writer for 1.5years. recently i failed to backup my movies to dvd couple of time. using nero burnlite.
    but it still reads dvd very well, at 10 to 14mBps.

    what should i do now?pliz help

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    Are you sure those discs you were writing on weren't faulty? Try writing discs at a slower speed. Also, try updating the firmware if an update is available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BFG9000 View Post
    Are you sure those discs you were writing on weren't faulty?
    discs werent faulty,

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    Quote Originally Posted by BFG9000 View Post
    Try writing discs at a slower speed. Also, try updating the firmware if an update is available.
    okay

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    problem seems to be solved by writing at slower speed, thnx

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    Quote Originally Posted by BFG9000 View Post
    Also, try updating the firmware if an update is available.
    how can i update asus dvd writer driver? when i go to properties of the hardware, the 'update driver' button is unclickable.

    still having writing problem :\ wasted couple of disks

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    download the appropriate firmware of your dvd writer from asus's web site.........instruction of updating firmware should be given over there....

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    The lifespan of ur writer has come to an end. Change it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by neorage View Post
    download the appropriate firmware of your dvd writer from asus's web site.........instruction of updating firmware should be given over there....
    Nope, there are utilities egreen ehammer but no Driver
    i think its hardware problem coz i wrote many dvds before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    The lifespan of ur writer has come to an end. Change it.
    i hate to admit it right now i have no space in hdd and must write dvd, but have no money to buy a new one. :\

    is there anyway i can fix this?? cleaner dvd? or open it up using screw driver and some guta guti?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Taher furious View Post
    open it up using screw driver and some guta guti?
    Better not to do some guta guti. Why don't u take it to servicing?

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    4X speed eo ki write hoy na? Elephant Road e public ase jara refurbished writer sell kore, ora repair korleo korte pare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taher furious View Post
    Nope, there are utilities egreen ehammer but no Driver
    i think its hardware problem coz i wrote many dvds before.

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    i hate to admit it right now i have no space in hdd and must write dvd, but have no money to buy a new one. :\

    is there anyway i can fix this?? cleaner dvd? or open it up using screw driver and some guta guti?
    @BFG9000
    karo writer dia apatoto kaj chalan. Gutaguti by yourself might make it unable to read further.
    Elephant road a servicing korae but charge nae valoi like 400/500. Ar repaired gulo 600-900tk.
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    @Taher furious : Elephant road ar Gafur mansion er 1st floor 'Century Computer and Electronics' theke repair korate paren(if u r willing to come) The shopkeeper is really a nice guy and charge beshi rakhe na.

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    The money you would spend by going Elephant road, Repairing your writer and coming back again home is almost equal to buy a new one. Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    The money you would spend by going Elephant road, Repairing your writer and coming back again home is almost equal to buy a new one. Lol.
    tarthekeo boro kotha, repair korar kichudiner moddhe abar jhamela hoile pura taka e panite. So, it is wise to buy a new one instead.
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    DvD to read kore, naki? Sell it>add some more>go for a new one. Doesn't worth the hassle of repairing it.

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    Ki jani, ami ekta refurbished writer 500 na 700 tk dia kinchilam, 2 years pura hobe agami January te, optical drive er khetre luck boro bepar, thik moto repair korle tikeo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Single_Player View Post
    @Taher furious : Elephant road ar Gafur mansion er 1st floor 'Century Computer and Electronics' theke repair korate paren(if u r willing to come) The shopkeeper is really a nice guy and charge beshi rakhe na.
    thnx, will try, where is gafur mansion?

    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    The money you would spend by going Elephant road, Repairing your writer and coming back again home is almost equal to buy a new one. Lol.
    nope, it depends on how much money they take to repair.
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    i think i will try cleaner dvd first

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    @Taher furious As a last resort,(before throwing it off) try turning the small variable resistors (1 at a time) located near the head to anti clockwise. Assuming it will decrease resistance hence, feeding more voltage for the head.

    But the catch is some manufacturer uses clockwise rotation to increase resistance while other might follow the complete opposite. So, you just have to fiddle with it.

    This method is quite effective if if u do it with patience. Do the increment in small steps .

    Do note that doing it wrong or too much will completely burn ur writer's head.

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    ^thnx for the brilliant idea, +1 repu added.


    now i test the writer with different brands of dvds. it is working fine 80-90% of time. guess it still has some writing lifespan left
    i will try this method when my writer fully fail

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taher furious View Post
    thnx, will try, where is gafur mansion?
    Near Bata signal,Elephant road.Very near of ECS.

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