The disc is a coaster. The "Power Calibration Area Full" error informs that it was not possible to correctly calibrate the recorder to the media for the speed setting. This is usually caused by incompatible media, although it could be a hardware error if the recorder is failing. Lowering the recording speed may allow the calibration and burn to proceed normally. If not, try a different brand of high quality media. High speed discs made by Taiyo Yuden are a good choice if you can find them.
For background details of this error, see I'm getting complaints about power calibration
The standard power calibration area at the inside diameter of the disc is adequate for calibrating power up to about 16x speed. Speeds above 16x generally require interpolation of the power setting for high speed recording. Due to the inherent compromises in this method, Philips revised the Orange Book standard to define a new power calibration area at the outside of the disc. This new area is called PCA2 and is suitable for the highest recording speeds. Support for PCA2 is optional. It is backwards compatible and uses standard discs.