Hi, thank you for your response.
The same version of NERO I installed to another laptop with VISTA and it is work,
I also updated the corresponding driver , but it doesn't help.
quote=Chuck;746617]Have you checked for Vista compatability with the Nero version? It may need
an update or additional configuration.
Since Vista usually has DVD /CDR capability without Nero, there may be a
conflict between Nero and the Vista built in DVD/CD software.
Another possible issue is that the firmware on the drive may need to be
updated. I ran into this with a Sony DVD/CDR drive. It worked (on the same
PC) under Linux, but would not work properly under Windows. Turned out that
Windows was told by the drive that it was capable of a faster buss mode than
it actually was capable of.
"samvelc" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I need your help.
> I bought a SONY VAIO VGN-FZ290EGS notebook.
> The type of DVD/CD-ROM is PIONEER DVD-RW DVR-K17 ATA.
> I can read, but I can't write CD/DVD.
> When I am trying to write some data with NERO , I don't know why, but
> burning speed is only 2x ( is it not strange???? because DVD+R Write is
> 8x max, and for DVD+R is 1x to 16x).
> However, the process of burning goes normally, and in the end Nero says
> that the process was finished successfully.
> After that, I take DVD and again put it in DVD ROM. The DVD was
> spoiled. And the computer doesn't recognize the DVD.
> I don't know what to do.
> Please help me.
> Regards, Samvel