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    Disc burning issues...
    babsrock's Avatar
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    Unhappy Disc burning issues...
    I have a 2 GHz Intel MacBook running OS X 10.4.10, with a MAT****A DVD-R UJ-857 disc drive. When ever I insert a blank disc it will spin for a little while then eject it. it reads discs fine.
    I thought it might be the discs I was using so I bought some new ones of a different brand, same problem. I also tried to use a DVD+R and it will mount, but once I try to burn anything to it it says "burning the disc failed because communication to the disc drive failed (error code 0x80020022)".
    So what's going on? I have tried to update and there is nothing. I also tried burning from Toast 8 Titanium with no luck. This is the first I've tried to burn anything so I don't know if it ever worked. I've had the computer for over a year, so no support.
    Suggestions?

    log:
    iTunes: Burn started, Mon Oct 8 17:34:08 2007
    iTunes: Burning to CD-R media with SAO strategy in MAT****A DVD-R UJ-857 HBE4 via ATAPI.
    iTunes: Requested burn speed was 42x, actual burn speed is 24x.
    iTunes: Burn underrun protection is supported, and enabled.
    iTunes: Burn failed, Mon Oct 8 17:34:20 2007
    iTunes: Burn sense: 4/09/01 Hardware Error, Tracking servo failure
    iTunes: Burn error: 0x80020022 The device failed to respond properly, unable to recover or retry.
    Finder: Burn started, Sat Oct 20 12:11:46 2007
    Finder: Burning to DVD+R media with DAO strategy in MAT****A DVD-R UJ-857 HBE4 via ATAPI.
    Finder: Requested burn speed was 2x, actual burn speed is 2.4x.
    Finder: Burn failed, Sat Oct 20 12:11:54 2007
    Finder: Burn sense: 4/09/90 Hardware Error,
    Finder: Burn error: 0x80020022 The device failed to respond properly, unable to recover or retry.
    Finder: Burn started, Tue Oct 23 20:30:19 2007
    Finder: Burning to DVD+R media with DAO strategy in MAT****A DVD-R UJ-857 HBE4 via ATAPI.
    Finder: Requested burn speed was 2x, actual burn speed is 2.4x.
    Finder: Burn failed, Tue Oct 23 20:30:54 2007
    Finder: Burn sense: 4/09/90 Hardware Error,
    Finder: Burn error: 0x80020022 The device failed to respond properly, unable to recover or retry.

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    Disc burning issues...

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    Disc burning issues...

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    I am also having problems with my junk apple (Mat****a dvd-r UJ-868) dvd-r drive. I just bought this macbook about a month ago and i can't even burn from the finder half the time (I get error code 0x80020022) And I have not tried any firmware updates. Because I heard that it may completely disable my drive altogether. Using an external drive works great. But I would like to use my internal drive someday. BAGS ( P.S. popcorn 2 and 3 don't work either.

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    Disc burning issues...
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    Why haven't you contacted Apple about the drive or taken it on in to have it looked at? Since it's still under warranty.

    Regards.

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