This should be a three step guide:
1. Make sure the layer break is 1913760.
2. Make sure the book type is DVD-ROM
3. If encountering any errors, use a different dvd burner.
Unreadable discs, writing errors, discs not playing after lightly marked. These are ALL the result of poor burning quality.
In fact, I burned 3 TDK's today with three different burners. The first from my lite-on burner didn't play. The second burned clean as a whistle. The third was also perfect.
The disc that didn't work had a stall when writing the finalisation part, retried once and worked.
What's interesting is that I've noticed with all bad burns encountered on friends or my dvds ....THE DISC SURFACE BURNS WARPED.
Look at your purple in the light ...good burns are mirrors with no reflection skewing. Bad burns have weird reflectional qualities that resemble puddles in a perfectly still purple landscape. Puddles of fail and bad burners.