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It helps to know how a optical drive, such as a CD, DVD or Blu-Ray drive works to know why this happens.The disc is a round plastic disk with a shiny reflective coating on the top and several layers of plastic.First I used memorex which I used to burn without a problem.Yet the problem persists so I decided to buy verbatim to try and the problem is still there.
Even though a DVD or Blu-Ray drive is mostly enclosed, dust still has an opportunity to invade through small openings and also while the drive is open.
This depends heavily on how dusty the environment is but it can really wreak havoc on a drive.
In my experience, when a drive gets dusty, a disc will either take a long time to read initially or it will show random errors and slowdowns while the disc is being read from.
Use circular motions to clean it, or wipe from out-to-inside or inside to out.
Never wipe in the direction around the tracks, as this can cause track skippage and actually make the problem worse.