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Kamis, 15 September 2011

[FIX] Error While Burning 46GB Data on BD-R Dual Layer Disc or 23GB Data on BD-R Single Layer Disc in Windows 7

Have you ever tried to burn 46GB of data on a BD-R dual layer disc or 23GB of data on BD-R single layer disc in Windows 7? If yes, you most probably received following error message:
The disc wasn't burned successfully. Make sure that you have the latest firmware for your CD or DVD burner installed, and then try again.
Problem_Burn_Disc_Windows_7.png
Actually its a known issue in Windows 7 and Microsoft has announced it officially on Microsoft Support website.
SYMPTOM:
When attempting to burn 46GB of data to a BD-R Dual Layer disc, or 23GB to a BD-R Single Layer disc in master mode, the process fails and the following error message will be displayed:
"The disc wasn't burned successfully. Make sure that you have the latest firmware for your CD or DVD burner installed, and then try again."
CAUSE:
This problem occurs because Windows 7 does not calculate the write capacity of BD-R correctly.
SOLUTION:
To work around this issue, do not attempt to write more than 22GB of data onto a BD-R Single Layer disc or 45GB for a BD-R Dual Layer disc.
Wow. Even Microsoft doesn't have a working solution for it except from ignoring it or not crossing the limit...
Thanks to Softpedia for sharing the info...
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