Try cleaning the lens, then swapping in another drive. Only the less seasoned tech will not swap the drive for a test run.
Since no mention of any non-stock apps are mentioned, I'd be swapping the drive after the lens cleaning and retest. If there is some oddball software, I often eject that as well.
I have a Blue-Ray Drive on my HP-G70 120. I am running on WIndows 7. Recently, my blue-ray drive has been disturbing a lot. Previously I have written to CDs and DVDs and it worked fine. Also note that I can read from discs, so I dont think the laser is malfunctioning, instead I suspect some software problem.
My Problems are:
1. Clicking on the drive icon says its a blank disc, though the disc is not.
2. While at other times, ejecting the drive from windows or from the button says "An error occurred while ejecting BD-ROM". At other times it ejects fine.
3. I burned some files onto a CD that already had 80MB written on it, using BurnAware. Now, after burning, only the previous (80MB) are present there, but no sign of the newest write. Also, it shows "0 bytes free of 80MB" when clicking properties on the drive icon in Windows Explorer.
So How do I fix these problems?