The instructions below can be used for both internal and external CD, DVD or Blu-ray drives but some of the fundamentals might be a little different.
The instructions below applies to the following Microsoft Windows Operating Systems, however some instructions may slightly vary with older version of Microsoft Windows (Windows Vista or Windows XP): It is essential to check the disc that you are using to write/burn for storing your files.
Second Issue: When I am trying to burn a disc, I get an error, it states that the " The write speed for the record-able disc is either too fast or too slow for your DVD or CD burner.
Insert a record-able disc that has a different writing speed, then try again".
Dell recommends updating the BIOS as part of your scheduled update cycle.
Like Operating System and driver revisions, the update contains feature enhancements or changes that will help keep your system software current and compatible with other system modules (hardware, firmware, drivers and software) as well as providing security updates and increased stability.
Dell System Detect and Dell Support Assist application will be installed to run a diagnostic on the devices of your computer.
Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation if the applications are not available on your Dell computer.
Back to Top Dell systems that have an optical disk drive come with a factory installed DVD or Blu-ray recording software.
Derek - I think the OP is talking about the CD/DVD Staging Area Folder whose path in Windows 10 Home Edition is ....%userprofile%\App Data\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Burn\Temporary Burn Folder.
This folder is where files are waiting to be burned to disc.
My guess is either your DVD reader is having issues reading discs, the pictures are in some form of slideshow format like Power Point and you don't have the software to view them, It was burned as a DVD video and you don't have DVD video software, or the TOC (Table of Contents) on the DVD has become corrupt. Were the individual picture files burned to the disc, were they in a slideshow format using third party software, was it burned as a DVD video, etc?
If the pictures were burned as data files and you can't read the disc, try ISOBuster and see if you can recover your files.
If your Apple device needs repairs, you can go to an Apple Store, visit an Authorized Service Provider, or mail in your device.