This story applies to HP Compaq and computers equipped with a LightScribe compatible DVD drive.
Trying to create a LightScribe label directly results in the following error:
Unable to create LightScribe label.
This is a small LightScribe disc.
LightScribe Engine Error: There was a problem communicating with the LightScribe drive. Please restart your computer and try the tag again.
Be sure to burn the labels on gold/bronze discs with the LightScribe logo.
The lightscribe disc read error must have a spotlessly clean surface, free of stains (especially in the center of the disc). Now clean the entire label side of the disc with a soft, lint-free cloth, cleaning kit, or water.
Sometimes when using LightScribe discs, you need to update the firmware for your LightScribe course. The updated firmware allows the LightScribe drive to read more and more types of blank discs.
This document is for HP and Compaq computers equipped with a LightScribe compatible DVD drive.
When trying to create LightScribe information, a message appears, for example:
Unable to create LightScribe label.
This is not usually a LightScribe disc.
LightScribe Engine Error: A communication error has occurred through the LightScribe drive. Please restart this computer and try again with the designer shortcut. Exactly
Be sure to engrave your keywords on the discs in gold or bronze with the appropriate LightScribe logo.
The disc must have a properly clean surface with no scratches (especially around the center of this disc). Clean the label side of the CD with a soft, lint-free cloth, cleaning kit, or water.
Sometimes when you can use new LightScribe drives, you may need to update your LightScribe drive’s firmware. The updated firmware allows the LightScribe drive to read more blank discs.
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When I try to create my shortcut, I get another error message with the following message Contents: “The LightScribe disc was barely recognized in the drive. Please insert LightScribe media.” What can I do to fix this error message?
1. To use the LightScribe Marking feature, you must first use an appropriate LightScribe-certified writable DVD/CD in our packaging.< br>
2. Be sure to insert LightScribe-certified discs with the label side down (data negative side up) into the DVD/CD burner.
3. The DVD/CD writer must be ready to read barcodes consisting of identification information and time information around your current CD/DVD LightScribe center (label side). If the disc you actually want to use is dirty, scratched, or smudged, try wiping both sides of the LightScribe disc with a soft, damp cloth, paying special attention to the “coil” features in the center of one of our discs.
< br>After making sure the disc is clean and looks dry, try againRepeat the music labeling process using the same set. Recognition errors can often be corrected with subsequent attempts.
4. Download and deploy the latest LightScribe system host software. This software provides an interface that compares the marking application and the DVD/CD burner. Updates are released regularly to support new hardware with new types of LightScribe CDs and DVDs to ensure your LightScribe labeling system works properly and reliably.
For more information, see the relevant documents below.
5. In rare cases, faulty LightScribe media can cause an error. If you’re getting the same error message when trying to use media from the same batch and none of the solutions above fixed the error, this may indicate a quality issue and a specific batch of support. Contact the drive manufacturer for assistance.
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There are (obvious) problems with LightScribe about this. There, the media are probably really two criminals:
You can see that the most common cause of apparent media problems is actually problems with our old friend, the LightScribe software – either system software or labeling software.
However, your organization can’t undo media exclusion on its own, and there is often a simple solution.
Errors causing problems are either the same – and mostly reading errors.
The CD simply isn’t recognized by a specific drive, and this is often because the software you’re using (or part of the LightScribe control panel) is displaying something that experts say isn’t. in the player.
I’ve found that the most reliable discs (no manufacturing defects) are Verbatim…
By the way, I am not affiliated with and am not affiliated withI upvote Verbatim for saying this… ðŸ™‚ I would, because I’m sure I’ve sold thousands of records for them over the years ¦ ðŸ ™‚
Since Verbatim discs have gotten a lot harder to find, try Philips or Memorex if you can’t get them, two brands I use now…
Many times when you’ve bought things with a 25 CD pin, for example, and one of them turns out to be faulty, often you should be able to get that pin (battery fault)…
People often find fault with the system, software, and their personal drive when the main problem is a low-quality batch of drives…
This is what separates the giant LightScribe disc (except for the LightScribe coating, of course…) from regular discs. This is how my drive with built-in sensor ensures the correct orientation of the disc when burning the label.
If you’re having trouble reading No (recognized disk), it’s probably because that data ring was dirty.
Take a slightly damp withouta fluffy washcloth and gently wipe the resource ring. make sure it’s pink and then try again directly in the player.
I can hear you swearing from here… “Steve, these are brand new records and I haven’t touched them…”
After processing, discs leave a thin “film” that renders the disc inoperable until it is carefully removed. The problem is that it’s barely noticeable, so if the first few cleanups didn’t work
I would like to ask one of my clients, Bill L., to explain the process to me in the same way he did about 3 years ago…
I buffed the front paint of the new CD with a suitable dry cloth, ran the diagnostic again (“Media Imaging Parameter: 119”) and ran the labeling program… Voila!
The CDs I’ve bought have some sort of patina on each of them that the player doesn’t like, which is also known because my CD player is more sensitive to thin CD covers than other readers.< /p>
When I say I “polished” the front of a CD, I meanshe means literally: when I insert a new CD face up into the CD (edge), I apply reasonable pressure with my finger wrapped in one layer. fabric to round the disc with a circular use of the entire facial area.