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Writing Error: (3) - SENSE KEY: 5 ASC:21 ASCQ:2


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Hi,

My drivce used to work find but has just started to fail with the following error. Any ideas would be appreciated. I'm thinking it might be a hardware failure

Writing Error: (3) Error occured writing data to disc

Unknown error use extended data for more information (1051)

Error sense data: SENSE KEY: 5 ASC:21 ASCQ:2

I'm using a Samsung CDRW/DVD SN-324S on a Dell D600 laptop.

Thanks, Cuthbei

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According to the table Of SCSI sense key codedes I downloaded via Google, the coed you see meand "invlalid element address". I have no clue what that means, however.

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Writing Error: (3) Error occured writing data to disc

Unknown error use extended data for more information (1051)

Error sense data: SENSE KEY: 5 ASC:21 ASCQ:2

I am getting the same error with my toshiba. Any thoughts?

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I am also receiving a similar error with a Plextor 708A with Version 1.12 of the firmware.

Writing Error: (3) Error starting DVD+RW background format.

Unknown error - use extended data for more information (1051).

Error Sense Data: SENSE KEY: 5 ASC:30 ASCQ:0

Any word yet as to what is causing this?

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I'm having the same problem as above, but not always. In my case it seems to be depending on which files I try to put on a dvd. I don't know what type of drive I've got, since it came with my HP/Compaq computer, serial no SR 1719 NL. In the hardware properties window it appears as HL-DT-ST DVDRRW GCA-4164B, but that doesn't make any sense to me.

I hope anyone has a good idea, but 'till then,

goodbye

Erik

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I forgot to say I also get the message SENSE KEY: 5 ASC:30 ASCQ:0, but I think all these problems are the same.

bye,

Erik

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Hi

I had the same problm with a Pioneer DVD/CD Rewriter the cause of the problem was the software for burning DVD's was writing too fast and buffered out most DVD copying software not burns uto 1-16X the speed I suggets you try DVD Platinum (inter video) software works ok

Hi,

My drivce used to work find but has just started to fail with the following error. Any ideas would be appreciated. I'm thinking it might be a hardware failure

Writing Error: (3) Error occured writing data to disc

Unknown error use extended data for more information (1051)

Error sense data: SENSE KEY: 5 ASC:21 ASCQ:2

I'm using a Samsung CDRW/DVD SN-324S on a Dell D600 laptop.

Thanks, Cuthbei

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Hi,

I have had same error SENSE KEY: 5 ASC: 21 ASCQ: 2 while burning a DVD with CDBurnerXP.

Same error too while using Roxio Easy Media Creator 7.

I don't think changing software to burn will help, after trying slow speed / buffered writing / disk image,

as they probably all rely upon the SCSI Windows API.

I have also tried to update the driver, in case of an undetected software conflict, always the same error

(and the pile of DVD's growing bigger and bigger in the bin !).

Finally, I replaced the burner with another one, strictly the same (HL-DT-ST DVDRRW GCA-4166B),

and there, it works, the burn session ends successfuly.

So probably it's the burner itsself that is dead.

The solution : claim for warranty or buy a new one ! ;-))

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