Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 964339
Can't write to DVD - I get message Please replace the disk with a supported CD or DVD
Last modified: 2014-02-05 16:25:45 EST
Description of problem:
I put a blank DVD into drive, startup nautilus, write click on ISO I want to burn and select write-to-disk. I get the popup that allows to select which CDROM drive I want to write to, except it tells me no disk is available and I see the following message:
Please replace the disk with a supported CD or DVD
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
brasero-nautilus.i686 3.6.1-1.fc18 nautilus.i686 3.6.3-4.fc18
Have tried 5 times with the same result. I use Memorex DVD-R disks. I have used these for several years with out problem. They work just fine on F16.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Login to F18 system
3.select an ISO image and right click
4.select write to disk
No disk found and message about unsupported disk
starts writing to the DVD
I am running F18 with all the latest patches and the Mate desktop.
I tried using the mate-file-manager, but there isn't an option to write to disk when I select an ISO image. Am I missing a package?
When I put the blank DVD into the drive an icon for the DVD does show up on the desktop, and if I put a DVD that has been previously written to the DVD is detected. So the problem is not a system issue. The issue is that nautilus with the Mate desktop does not see the DVD.
Is there any progress on this bug? I still can't write to DVD. So I need to escalate this issue so that something gets done?
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