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Thread: Reading Windows Burnt Data DVDs

  1. #1
    TheEyeofHorus NNTP User

    Default Reading Windows Burnt Data DVDs

    Just wondering if anyone has a work around for getting Opensuse 11 to recognise data DVD's burnt using Nero in Windows. For some reason, when using Opensuse 11, I can't get my pc to recognise any data DVD's at all - won't even recognise that there is a disc in the tray.

    Thanks in advance for any replies

  2. #2
    ab@novell.com NNTP User

    Default Re: Reading Windows Burnt Data DVDs

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    Usually this is a burner problem... I read media burned from every OS
    every day. Try burning at a slower speed. If you are leaving the discs
    "open" (for more burning) try closing them instead.

    Good luck.





    TheEyeofHorus wrote:
    > Just wondering if anyone has a work around for getting Opensuse 11 to
    > recognise data DVD's burnt using Nero in Windows. For some reason, when
    > using Opensuse 11, I can't get my pc to recognise any data DVD's at all
    > - won't even recognise that there is a disc in the tray.
    >
    > Thanks in advance for any replies
    >
    >

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  3. #3
    TheEyeofHorus NNTP User

    Default Re: Reading Windows Burnt Data DVDs

    Thanks for the reply.

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