DVD spitted on OS X, read on Windows

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by ArtPulse, Apr 1, 2011.

  1. ArtPulse macrumors newbie

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    Hey there. I have the weirdest problem.

    We all know that the best computers on earth, Macintoshes, have the worst DVD readers. After a good google search I found endless posts of DVDs not being read and spitted. However, my case is slightly different.

    When I insert any DVD on OS X (all of them burned with my MBP), my MBP struggles with it for 15 - 30 seconds and then spits it out.

    On my Bootcamp Windows XP (or the same Windows XP running on Parallels) I can perfectly mount all of those DVDs, navigate through folders and copy files from it.

    Now, seems like just having a Virtual Machine with Windows to read my DVDs is a way out, but I really wished I could do this natively, like it used to be.

    Like I always say, I only get computer's weirdest problems xD.

    If anyone has a clue, I would much appreciate a hand.

    Thanks for your time!!
     
  2. mediasorcerer macrumors regular

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    hey funny u mention this,but i had probs burning fotos to disc from iphoto,[r+dvd blanks] but its working now,i said i was using too much data ,even tho indicator said still some remaining on the blank dvd,wouldnt let me burn fotos,hope u git it fixed hey.
     
  3. ArtPulse thread starter macrumors newbie

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    I used to have that problem too, burning from Finder. Of course that was when I could get my MBP to at least mount a DVD...
     
  4. ArtPulse thread starter macrumors newbie

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    All right so no one has an explanation for this? xP what a bizarre problem.

    First and last bump xP
     

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