Windows does not support DVD writer

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DVD disk burning problem. Please help me. My DVD writer is a Samsung product. It reliable and good CD/DVD writer all over the world. So normally I use it. But sometimes I cannot write any DVD or CD disk. It has a writing problem.

Especially when I insert a DVD disk into writer for writing then it will return come back automatically from the computer. But I play all CD disk at any time.

How can I solve this problem?

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Windows does not support DVD writer

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Nero is an n excellent for writing any kind of CD or DVD. It is creating problem because it can not recognize its necessary tools. May be your DVD writer is too old so that it can’t write or you r writing some corrupted data or may be there is a overflow of data so that it can not hold your disk capability.

Whatever it is if your resources are all right but you can not write then compromise some ability. Uncheck that check box 1. Verify data after burning 2. Allow files to be added later.

And also decrease your writing speed form your left by clicking left arrow. Writing speed for CD uses 16 xs and for DVD uses 8 xs.    

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Windows does not support DVD writer

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  1. Restart your computer to complete the removal Lowerfilters and upperfilters.
  2. Vertfy the CD/DVD drive is detected by the BIOS when the computer start.
  3. Verify the CD/DVD drive has power. For example does the try open so that you can insert CD/DVD disk in the drive.
  4. Verify the CD/DVD drive has letter assigned in Disk manager.
  • Click start , then click run . Or click start search.
  • Type "diskmgmt.msc" (without the quotes) and then press Enter.
  • Verify the CD/DVD drive assigned a draw letter. For example "D"
  • If the device does not have drive letter then right mouse click on CD-Rom
  • Click Add , click assigned the following drive letter, then click a drive letter from the list.
  • Click ok twice and then close Disk Management.

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