For a few weeks now something strange is happening when I burn a cd-rw with Nero 7 (even after upgrading to the latest version);
The whole burn proces (data cd) goes perfect and the result is likewise.
But when I try to erase the cd-rw disk to re-use it I get a screen telling me the disk is not a RW-disk.
I always used the same RW-disks (Sony) and I used them this way for years, I can't figure out what's wrong.
I tried erasing with other programmes like Alcohol 120 but got the same result "This is not a RW disk" (or something like that).
I tried it with another drive (I have a cd-r(w) drive and a dvd-r(w) drive in my pc), got the same result.
I tried updating the firmwares of my drives to the latest version; you guessed it folks, same results.
I tried 5 RW disks now, all are now officially in an identity crisis because my computer tells them they are no longer RW’s. Trust me, you have never seen such a sad bunch of disks.
Even a older rw-disk from before the problems started can’t be erased now.
I went trough all the Nero settings (I read somewhere that a problems could occur if rw’s where set to finalize after burn) but I never changed any of the settings before the problem started and I don’t get a finalize choice when I insert a rw disk.
Someone help me, please.
Edited by Webslinger, 28 December 2006 - 03:17 AM.