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How do I erase a Sony BD-RE DL disc

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How do I erase a Sony BD-RE DL disc?
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Computer
Expert:  Mr. Clark replied 5 years ago.
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It is either bad media or the software you are using.

We have check to see if it is the software first.

Please download the free trial of Nero 10 Burn Lite (

Once downloaded and installed, open the program. From there, insert the BD-RE DL in question to your drive, then go to the option of Erase Disc. Do a full format and let it go.

If you have any errors, please tell me the exact error message.

Update me on the results.
Customer: replied 5 years ago.

I have downloaded Nero 10 Burn Lite.

It ofers Data Burning and Copy Disc.

I cannot find the Erase Disc option.

When I search for Erase BD-RE DL, it gives No Results

It invites me to buy Nero Multimedia Suite 10 and Nero Video Premium HD. I cannot determine whether either of these offers Erase Disc option.

Expert:  Mr. Clark replied 5 years ago.
In the bottom left corner, you will have a red icon with a white disc and flame on it. Click that, go to Toolbox -> Erase Disc

Let me know the result.
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Customer: replied 5 years ago.

Mr. Clark,


Your advice was good.


I was able to erase 2 BD-RE DL discs. When I tried to record over one of them again, I was told there was still data on the disc. I chose to proceed and was able to record on it.


Thank you.


Frank Letcher