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Old 11 Jan 2012, 11:09 PM   #1
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Dear Experts,
I have Nero 7 installed and I am having trouble with my disks, which are 16x-r from Tesco. I have checked your forums and looking at my log file it looks like my firmware needs updating I am including my log file but I cannot identify my burner drive. It doesnt seem to have a name. Could you inspect this log file and if it identfys my burner could you please direct me to the right update.

Thanks in advance Jabba69
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Old 14 Jan 2012, 07:59 AM   #2
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Sounds as an I/O Magic burner. Most of those were made around 2004 and to find new firmware that supports later media codes is IMHO mission impossible.

Tried with a more known media ie Verbatims Azo?
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