Your success in burning with the other application is not a shock. I have tried several different DVD-R discs and I am still having problems. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. (LogOut/Change) You are And do let me know if your issue gets solved. http://wx2me.com/sense-key/sense-key-hardware-error-sense-code-0x09-0x02.php
Also don't run any other programs in the background and disconnect your internet and peripherals so nothing is interfering with the burn. That's when I even suspected a virus, that's how lost I am. To finish off I used a hairdryer to blow hot air into the laptop and a long piece of wire to hook out the last bits of toilet paper. Apple and Roxio are having compatibility problems, why ?
It writes fine to CD-R, but will not write to DVD. I may even try TOAST 7.0 again if things look ok. Clean your laser and your drive thoroughly.
They were stacked in top of each other. What does your Apple System Profile say it is? Just read before you comment, you wiseguy! So, use a media you know should work (i.e.
OK how do I clean the lens? I'm running 10.0.8. when I burn a DVD it writes "burning the disc failed because an unexpected error occurred. ( Error code 0*80020064) I suspected that is caused by an incompatible CDs. Cheers from Eugene, Oregon!
I had fiddled with Language sequences, permissions, zapping PRAM, resetting the SMC, then I tried the obvious: cleaning as per your instructions. Edited by macdude22, 08 April 2011 - 02:02 PM. Your success in burning with the other application is not a shock. Glad to see you dropped by.
I doubt that it's dirt because the it was in original box sealed inside. https://macmanus.nl/2013/07/07/track-following-error-in-toast/ CD-Rs burn fine and I even managed to burn mp3s onto a DVD-R, so I don't think it's the Superdrive (unless it's just dirty inside) After flashing the Superdrive, the error I realize you're in no mood to waste more DL discs, but I wonder if it would make a difference if you first created a disc image and then burned that Sense key = HARDWARE error but can it be fixed, substitute the caddy, clean internally or just throw it away?
Just curious if it has anything to do with the amount of space you have left on your computer when you try to burn a data DVD. http://wx2me.com/sense-key/sense-key-hardware-error-sense-code-0x44.php Their cd trays are some what more sealed from the environment. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... I'm not sure if Toast was the problem after all.
Alécio Costa View Public Profile Visit Alécio Costa's homepage! Reply Jack - December 16, 2011 For me it was the media. Pity our damn superdrives are up shit creek without a paddle I was going to post over in the mac forum initially, but being a newbie I thought I should stay click site Everything worked fine until I tried to burn a DVD.
If DiskWarrior doesn't help, I'm calling the mac tech guy from work and see if he can help. Insert a blank DVD and burn at your lowest speed. Go to the DATA tab and select DVD-ROM (UDF).
This is a VERY common problem with the Matshita drives Apple choose to use and I have come across it regularly myself which is why I have looked into it. Some glitch on the computer (RAM, HD space etc) I will try and eliminate 5 and 4 by running Diskwarrior and going back to an earlier version of Toast. oldman*nonewbie likes this I'm just a fellow Toast-user so please don't blame Roxio for any misguidance I may provide. I have a super drive on my mac and it does support dl dvd+r.
Toast 10 is not yet a "legacy" application so I expect Roxio to continue working on any serious performance issues. Reply 28. Curiously I had switched CD media from TDK CD-R to Verbatim CD-R (both good brands) and the Verbatims were really playing up until I dropped the CD_R burning speed to 4X http://wx2me.com/sense-key/sense-key-hardware-error-sense-code-0x03-0x01.php Alécio Costa View Public Profile Visit Alécio Costa's homepage!
Proffitt Forum moderator / November 21, 2012 12:12 PM PST In reply to: Ok OK It's one of the things we do because 1 in 20 or so come back. It's early days, and I have to try burning some more discs, but this is what I did. This whas the reason!!! However, it could be that the drive revolted against the specific disc media (although that usually results in a Medium Error).