2387 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Dec 1, 2010 9:19 AM by Diana Kwong
The superdrives are known to be "finicky" at best, so the only suggestions I can think of at this point would be to use only high quality media such as Verbatim and, to minimize burn errors, to set the burn speed at the lowest speed available. Of course, it could also be a hardware problem with the hard drive or its' laser, but it'd be unlikely to happen on all machines at once.
I am having a similar problem with burning CDs of files. When I drop all the files in a Burn Folder, all appear with the little alias arrow in the lower left corner, which is expected. After the CD burns, most of the files become normal (i.e., the arrow disappears), but some remain as aliases on the burned CD instead of burning a copy of the original. Very frustrating. I use TDK CD-R80 blank disks. Any ideas? I never had this problem until I updated from Tiger to Leopard.