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I may even check the Memorex in the BenQ also. Whatever the firmware and the program think it’s best at is the rates you get unless you want to play with the burn speeds in hacked FW and I doubt many are doing that with CDRW burners anymore. Could it be that the firmware updates on some older DVD burners didn’t cover the Verbatim media you were using? Maybe I should just move my BenQ DVD burner over to this computer and be done with it, but then the older computer would be without a burner Will it burn at 40x with other programs? Sometime I’ll have to dig out one of my old liteOn CDRW drives that does 52x and see how it does and what speed it likes for the disks.

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I did pop one in my office computer with the same version memofex Nero and InfoTool comes up showing 52X as a supported speed on my Lite-On burner at work. I may even check the Memorex in the BenQ also.

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Even the doesn’t burn them as well so I guess having this many optical drives in here pays off once and a while. Is blank capacity the same as start time?

I tried burning them at that speed and the results depending on the burner were fair to bad so I dropped them down to 24x with my H22n LG and menorex burn great at that memoex, flat, low jitter and low errors all around. Just becuase they can do 52x doesn’t mean they get good results, and of course it depends on the burner too if you have a few around to try. What firmware does your drive have?

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Will it burn at 40x with other programs? Doesn’t Winamp have its own CD burner installed, but maybe that won’t work for just data files?

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I’ll be posting the results the same way as I did for the CD burners earlier. The will also burn them at 48x and it’s FW is ancient now. Where does memore show it works with 40X in that pdf?

How would these errors you are seeing manifest themselves in data or music or video files? Pioneer has always been bad about supporting non-Japanese media. If your as picky 5x me do some test burns in your favorite burners at various speeds and test them and you’ll quickly find out what speed and burner do best together.

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I haven’t heard that any of the ones I made so far don’t play but I doubt they have used all of cdrr yet. It’s probably a combination of Pioneer and the cheap media. Whatever the meorex and the program think it’s best at is the rates you get unless you want to play with the burn speeds in hacked FW and I doubt many are doing that with CDRW burners anymore.

Anyone know why these discs would only burn at a maximum speed of 32X in Nero on my Pioneer burner in my sig?

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Could it be that the firmware updates on some older DVD burners didn’t cover the Verbatim media you were using? According to this PDF, it should work at 40x with 1. Return to Recordable Media Discussion.

So it’s Verbatim CD-R media that you tried? Memorex 52X discs burning speed Anyway, here’s the info on the Memorex CD-R: The disk are Moser Baer mid 97m17s06f Maybe I should just move my BenQ DVD burner over to this computer and be done with it, but then the older computer would be ccr a burner The only Ritek disc that shows Sometime I’ll have to dig out one of my old liteOn CDRW drives that does 52x and see how it does and what speed it likes for the disks.

I’m guessing Imgburn wouldn’t work for that though. If the player is picky the disk of the worst burners might skip at the end or just not load quickly or read at all but like I said most new gear should read any of the 52c my burners made, even at 48x but I try to give out the best quality disks I can so I tend to be pretty anal about how good the disks test out before I send em along.