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This depends heavily on how dusty the environment is but it can really wreak havoc on a drive.In my experience, when a drive gets dusty, a disc will either take a long time to read initially or it will show random errors and slowdowns while the disc is being read from.DVD burners use special "write strategies" in their internal drive firmware to customize the way their laser works with each different brand of blank DVD.Each brand of DVD-R or DVD R uses a different color of bottom dye, plastic composition and silver reflector density.If you'd like to translate the DVD FAQ into another language (Klingon, anyone? It's the most accurate source of DVD information in this galaxy.
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This means the burner's laser must be adjusted for each different disc.
From time to time, your drive's manufacturer tests more discs and develops new firmware versions to include those new disc brands and types into their drive's internal list of compatible blank DVDs, which is kept on a special "firmware chip".
Pointers to other DVD sites are scattered throughout the FAQ and in section 6.4.
The DVD FAQ is written by Jim Taylor, the author of DVD Demystified, Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About DVD, and Blu-ray Disc Demystified.