#106 Cannot burn CDs on blu ray writer

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2009-04-07
2009-04-07
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I seem to be unable to burn CDs using cdrdao with my new LG blu ray drive (yes, I am sure it is a burner ;-) ) and I was wondering whether this might be because blu ray drives in general or my LG GGW-H20L in specific are not supported. I checked out and compiled the latest cvs-version but to no avail - it just won't burn anything. Please contact me if you think this issue might be related to cdrdao (because I am able to burn CDs with Cyberlink InstantBurn e.g.) so that I can help in providing more specific and verbose information. I am best reached via zyrill@jabber.org or via mailto://zyrill@gmx.ch

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  • Philipp Krüger

    Philipp Krüger - 2009-04-07

    a little more information perhaps...
    "cdrdao.exe drive-info" returns:
    #######################
    ao_wmm_driver_info() {} => [success]
    ao_wmm_driver_info() {} => [success]
    ao_wmm_driver_info() {} => [success]
    ao_wmm_driver_info() {} => [success]
    ao_wmm_driver_info() {} => [success]
    ao_wmm_driver_info() {} => [success]
    Cdrdao version 1.2.3rc2 - (C) Andreas Mueller <andreas@daneb.de>

    1,1,0: HL-DT-ST BD-RE GGW-H20L Rev: YL05
    Using driver: Generic SCSI-3/MMC - Version 2.0 (options 0x0000)

    ERROR: Unable to determine drive letter for device 1,1,0! No OS level locking.
    Maximum reading speed: 7056 kB/s
    Current reading speed: 7056 kB/s
    Maximum writing speed: 7056 kB/s
    Current writing speed: 7056 kB/s
    BurnProof supported: yes
    JustLink supported: no
    JustSpeed supported: no
    #######################
    which is odd, since read/write speeds are incorrect and the drive has a letter assigned...
    when burning/simulating, the status always says burning leadin but it continues to do so and never actually writes any tracks.

     
  • Philipp Krüger

    Philipp Krüger - 2009-04-07

    i forgot to mention: it's SATA-connected, if that makes any difference...

     

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