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Nero 6 Cannot Burn to DVD

I am running the OEM version of Nero Express 6.  I have single layer DVDs and am trying to burn a collection of MP3s (church sermons, perfectly legit).

When I select the files and hit Burn, the DVD is immediately ejected and Nero says there is no DVD in the drive.

The DVDs are brand new - I just took the shrinkwrap off last night.

Any ideas?
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rjander77
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lcockellCommented:
Sounds like a hardware issue with the DVD recorder. Here are a couple of suggestions to try.
Check the Nero website for any updates.
Check manufacturer of the dvd drive website for any fiirmware updates.
Does windows allow you to burn CD/DVD's using windows Explorer. Probably cheaper to buy an new recorder for the saving in time.
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rjander77Author Commented:
Yes, I can burn CDs with the same drive, which is a Lite-On and is less than a year old.  I burned a DVD of MP3s to take to work recently, and it worked fine.  I've never done much with DVD other than that, so I think the problem is more with my knowledge, or lack thereof.

I'll check for updates when I get home tonight.  Other than that, please let me know of any other ideas.

Thanks!
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war1Commented:
Greetings, rjander77 !

There could be something wrong with the DVD disks themselves.  Try to use a different brand or a disk from another batch.

Best wishes!
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kylebheyneCommented:
Do you know the media code of the DVDs? Chances are you purchased DVDs that are not of good quality.
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rjander77Author Commented:
I have some here at work I can swap out and I'll try it at home tonight.

I'll also post back with the media code.

Thanks for the help!
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lcockellCommented:
Check the type of Drive see if it is a DVD+R or DVD-R and make sure that the media you have bought is the correct one for the drive. Newer DVDs will read both + and - DVDs but it may be that yours doesnt. Go to the Lite on website and check the specification.
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rjander77Author Commented:
Will do.  Thanks, and I'll post back with what I find out.
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rjander77Author Commented:
The disks must have been bad.  They are Maxell DVD-Rs.  I cannot find the media code.

Thanks for all the help!
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