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The problem is after about 25 to 50 burns either the cd chip or dvd chip will go tits up. And you had to buy a special device just to do the thermal label printing. rxmorph 1 November 2007 02:08:24 It looks to me if the "chip" went bad then it wouldn't print at all. Quote 31st Mar 201513:22 #11 ron spencer View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Rancid User Join Date : May 2005 Location : Ish-ka-bibble most of mine have faded....pity...were fun his comment is here

Quote 31st Mar 201513:39 #13 Keyser View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message A Member since June, 2004 Join Date : Feb 2013 Location : Westernmost point of Europe Originally You’ll find the industry’s best coverage of diagnostics, testing, and repair—plus cutting-edge discussions of improving performance via overclocking and other techniques.   NEW IN THIS EDITION •        The newest processors, including If you can't live without it, you may need to buy a commercial product at this point. I use Verbatim Data Life Plus inkjet-printable DVDs. visit

HP disks, my old standard, are nonexistent. The drive quickly went downhill after that little experiment, so I never tried that again. If PATA, is it connected to the middle or end connector of the cable?

I think they cost around $80-90 at the time. 4) Using ink jet printable discs which I mentioned used printers that cost $300 at the time. Lost password/username? I will agree that it is high time to move on from an obsolete labeling system with so many drawbacks. I went through this as well at one time, and quickly stopped using labels.

The small file linked above is actually the downloader for the full package, a bit over 11 MB, so that matches what I have. This is not rocket science. my drive burns a disc but just the lightscribe doesn't work. check over here Keep in mind that the alternatives at the time were: 1) Printing out paper labels.

Excuse me. Do you ever have any trouble burning data onto CDs/DVDs? To run as an administrator: Right-click the LightScribe Template Labeler application icon Select "Run as administrator" from the menu. First Time Here?

A disk I created a couple of years ago refuses to read back all the files I put on it. http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/371063-Is-LightScribe-dead If you have ten or more people to train, Scott can design and present a custom seminar for your organization.   Although he has taught classes virtually nonstop since 1982, Scott We had one late last year or very early this year. rxmorph 30 October 2007 13:45:48 No, I've never had any trouble burning data on DVDs nor CDs.

I've tried Surething Labeler 4 SE and Surething Labeler 5 Deluxe trial and get the same kind of error with each. http://cygnussoft.com/lightscribe-error/lightscribe-error-nero-lss.html This has been replaced with the following message: Thank you for your interest in the LightScribe disc labeling technology. Watching H.264 (and other) videos using CUDA/D... Be sure to avoid LTH Blu-ray discs like the plague for anything other than temporary use.

It's an Antec Earthwatts 500Watt (Model EA-500) power supply. But at least with those you could do art designs on the discs. But there are better alternatives to lightscribe, like inkjet hub printables (what I use) with a printer capable of printing discs. weblink LightScribe was a well intentioned cost effective way to provide a cheaper alternative to #4.

I used LightScribe when it first came out as the alternative, printing to discs, was insanely expensive with printers that could do that costing something like $300 US at the time. A while ago I tried to retrieve the data from a bunch of CDs and, guess what, ALL the discs with labels were unreadable. I'm not sure if this is still true, but at the time I think you were limited to text and numbers with this.

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As Mr Twain would say "The reports of LightScribe's death have been greatly exaggerated" If you want more than just the software (but that as well) take a look at my I... The reviews on that page say that it "crashes all the time", is "garbage" and installs "malicious adware". However, I don't think I've even used LS 25-50 times since I've had it.

This is not rocket science. Quote 31st Mar 201513:18 #10 smrpix View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Jun 2012 Location : USA Originally Posted by gastrof Originally Posted by hech54 Once upon a time I was very naive and used sticking labels on some CDs. check over here I'd used ArcSoft (which turned out to have some bad stuff included which it was like pulling teeth to get rid of) and "Sure Thing" software.

Bang! Thanks. Does anyone know of any LightScribe freeware still out there that's reliable?... I have had the same problem with comp usa brand, HP brand and maddog (I think that was the brand it was dog sumthin) Dave I hope that this post I

I hope that helps anybody who (like me) still loves LightScribe. Unfortunately, it's not always easy to tell what you're getting; manufacturers seem to go out of their way to hide this information from you and prevent you from knowing whether their I didn't install the file since I have no Lightscribe drives to use it with, so I can't say if it will crash. I do have a printer that prints on some white background Blu-Ray disks, but I'm finding that Blu-Ray disks are not all they're cracked up to be from an archival standpoint.

I can't find any. Please restart your computer and try your label again."This error occurred because you have limited administrative privileges. I used to support LightScribe here, but even I gave up after printer costs dropped. Preferably identified by manufacturer's part number, rather than by the disc's media ID code? (The ID code only helps after you've already bought the discs, at which point they've already got

I've been away for almost a year and a half, came back to do some archiving, and - since I'm running low on media, went looking for some. For more more information, please contact Kanguru Solutions Technical Support at 508-376-4245. Fortunately, I'm not that dumb anymore... Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Subscribe to this Thread Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode Thread 30th Mar 201501:41 #1 gastrof View Profile

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