Nov 20, 9: Nov 19, I’m not sure that TV shows would be burned in a different format, but even if so, the chances are the format would or should be sufficiently compatible to play. I’m in the UK. I expect more from Apple Lee I have a similiar problem with my Mac Mini. Are TV shows burned on different types of discs?
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User profile for user: In a broad sense I am so generally unimpressed with the slot loading drives however that I sometimes wonder why we don’t see rather more of these kind of reports being posted here. I’m in the UK.
Lee I think i know what your problem is, Leopard seems to have given your Mini Taste!!!! Dec 2, 5: Nov 14, 9: I didn’t have any media problems under Tiger so Leopard installation disk did something bad to my superdrive. Reply I have this question too I have this question too Me too Me too.
Again, all of these worked prior to my clean install of Leopard. I’m not sure that TV shows would be burned in a different format, but even if so, the chances are the format would or should be sufficiently compatible to play.
Nov 20, 9: Lee That permissions repair log shows very similar results to the ones I am seeing in my systems. Nov 14, I would agree that there are indications the first Leopard release has brought a number of issues to light, and that there are some things Apple didn’t appear to get right or test as thoroughly as one would reasonably expect, but I’m not sure this issue is one of those. Apple Watch Speciality level out of ten: I also get a “failed to calibrate the laser power level for this media” when I try to burn anything from my iTunes to CD.
You don’t indicate where you are. Edit Here’s a readout of my permissions verification report if it helps: Nov 18, 8: Dec 20, 4: After I installed Leopard all dvd’s are spitted out from superdrive.
Nov 21, 5: Incidentally, downloading and installing the It will stop after an excessive amount of read time and just eject the disc. However, I’ve done more testing on my DVD collection and here’s what didn’t work: I expect more from Apple Reply Helpful Thread reply – more options Link to this Post.
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Lee I think it’s the drive. Posted on Nov 14, 5: I’m really not sure in what direction I should look. Dec 20, 3: Above and beyond that, A PMU reset matsbita been known to help with unpredictable hardware behaviors in the G4 minis instructions below and depending on what may already be on the DVD media being rejected, it’s also possible that there’s an issue with permissions on the system, so a repair permissions via Disk Utility might be a wise step – though of course that’s one of Leopard’s rather odd issues in itself!
I have the same problem it goes in and spins, then after a period of time pops out unread but with commercially produced DVDs Like Matshta movies or something it works fine.
Dec 3, 6: Can anyone point me in the right direction?