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Original post by: Rich Technology Group ,

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I bet its your media.  Not the drive.  Well, its a collaboration of the age of the superdrive coupled with what I assume is newer media or media that is encoded beyond your older super drives read capabilities.

I've seen this problem many times as well on PCs with older drives and up to date or newer media.  Change the media brand and/or type.

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