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Discussion in 'Storage' started by timbo2410, Apr 9, 2012.

  1. timbo2410

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    Hi all, I've been having a bit of a problem with my bd-re discs of late. I bought 10 discs about 2 years ago and have been using them and erasing them without a problem. But over the past month I have been having discs that will not erase and come up as a "error erasing disc". I can erase them using quick erase but that's not much good as my Blu ray player will then not read them. I thought it might be an issue with my burner but I have a Pioneer burner and a LG burner. Both have the same problem. Can I conclude that the discs themselves are "expiring" ? I've cleaned the discs well and they are not dirty, nor are there scratches. There are faint discolured spots on the discs ... is this the problem ??
     
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    The disc's are prolly kaput :eek:
     
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    disc rot?
     
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    so they really do break down after time? any suggestions as to what a good disc might be ...
     
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    verbatim has always been good to me
     
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    Never used any RW BD media but always had good success with Verbatim & Maxell.

    I have seen extended playing in certain car audio application's cause disc's to fail, that foil can only handle so much heat for so long/many time's before it start's to fail
     

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