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CryptKeeper24th September 2002, 23:09I've got an LG 8320B Nero version allows for the drive to write at 4x and even at 2x speed don't know if or above will Kaydash, Jan 6, 2006 #14 Kaydash Regular member Joined: Feb 1, 2004 Messages: 107 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 26 do you know any south african online media stores? We should be thankful. Stay logged in Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. http://everfreetech.com/can-i/can-i-burn-ad-aware-spybot-to-a-cd.html

The new media code name can be entered manually or can be imported from the DVD Identifier media code output to be sure that no special characters are lost. I know it's not the DVD Player because I have other SVCD's on CD-R that play just fine on it. Earlier I had a 8x burner I could burn 82'45" on Platinum 80min CD-R when I burn the CDs at speed 2x/4x. No, create an account now. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?/topic/13816-burning-4x-media-at-1x-is-it-possible/

sparskter sparskter View Public Profile Send a private message to sparskter Find all posts by sparskter #5 07-13-2005, 01:10 PM Zyphon Free Member Join Date: Oct 2003 Location: You can *ask* as drive to burn at any speed you like but it'll just ignore you and go with the closest speed that it actually supports. My burner is a Sony DVD-RW DRU830A. Poor quality media or media that the firmware doesn't recognize will often burn at speeds below that specified.

  • Real adding of additional media code names would mean to shift and extend all internal media code tables or patching all media code scanner for all supported firmwares, which would be
  • I've no viruses, no spyware, and no background processes running that could possibly impact the burning performance.
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  • Quote 17th Apr 200307:14 #5 joedotcom View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateApr 2003 Tried on just about every CDR and CDRW I can get my hands
  • Old burners will most certainly not support your 'modern' media like the Disc ID: RICOHJPN-D01-67 very good.Why is it important to burn at 2x?
  • any suggestions?????

Quote 2nd Jan 200414:57 #23 cpmusick View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateDec 2003 Yeah that's possible. Kaydash, Dec 29, 2005 #1 laddyboy Regular member Joined: Jan 4, 2005 Messages: 4,188 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 46 Your burner's firmware determines what write speeds are available for This is the error: Well... This is a good clue: What's the manufacturer of those working CD-Rs? /Mats Give a man a fish, and he'll eat for a day.

Thanks for your help!Click to expand... Read the Privacy Policy for more info. But,nero only allows me two ways: 4x or 8x. https://forum.beyond3d.com/threads/the-slowest-speed-i-can-burn-dvds-at-is-4x-but-i-want-slower-how.41799/ My standalone eats almost anything, so I've used bulk "no name" that cdrecord reports to be of Ritek manufacture.

My first car was a bug eye sprite but always lusted after one of themCheersPerryIf you could find a dedicated CD burner (not one combined with a DVD burner) it probably The drive's firmware examines the media (or maybe just its manufacturing code) to determine available burn speeds. This kind of media code renaming will remove the original media code name from the patched firmware, so it is no longer supported by the firmware. Trying to burn at 1X is rather foolish from my point of view no matter the reason.

Titanium 10. http://forums.afterdawn.com/threads/how-do-you-force-dvd-writer-to-write-at-1x-speed.414086/ This is somehow a bad info for all owner of "old" 4x burner because media that go out of the production units now are 4x - 16x. 8x - 24x are I only use Mitsubishi's MCC003, MCC004 and I've never had any failures / errors in over 500 burns at 8x speed. #2 thehulk, Feb 24, 2008 Babel-17 Regular Joined: Apr pps: run one of the dvd's through this program tell us what it says http://www.kvipu.com/CDCheck/ does it just happen with dvd's or cdr's as well #5 Davros, Feb 24, 2008

creaky, Dec 29, 2005 #4 Kaydash Regular member Joined: Feb 1, 2004 Messages: 107 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 26 No don't think so because i bought it from my a When i burn at 4x or higher i get many many boot problems and have to reset over and over until game finally boots.... This is because of the large number of media and burn speeds they have to support, and the assumption that no one would want a 1 x burn speed. Not on sale this week though.

All Rights Reserved. Some of the modded FW achieves better burns by optimizing RPM for the lowest vibration/harmonics as well as burn strategies (inc. All subscription levels have ads disabled, and start at just $10 a year. http://everfreetech.com/can-i/can-i-burn-a-dvd-without-the-audio-ts-folder.html Back to top #7 Cynthia Cynthia ISF Newbie Beta Team Members 6,671 posts Gender:Female Location:Sweden Posted 26 February 2010 - 06:56 PM Okay, I understand.

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Okay but one day i bought a dvd blank that actuali burnt at 1x speed which made me overwhelm with joy.

But I dont know what equipment they use. You can not post a blank message. But, I am now out of "mediums-A", i have it no more... I don't want to have to tell you to read them!

I've burned thousands DivX-CDs/VCDs/SVCDs with overburing. A lot of older players (and some newer ones) don't do very well when playing from recordable media, especially if the bitrate is over 6-6.5 Mbps. I changed back to 4x media and have had no problems since. Not sure where it is anymore.

lol1. If so, what brand(s) would you recommend? Quote 17th Apr 200306:09 #3 joedotcom View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateApr 2003 Hi Mats - thanks for your reply. Software for Windows May 23, 2015 How to force Thunderbird to just accept the mail settings?

Did you actually experience any playback problems with your CDs burnt by your LG? Teach a man to fish, and he'll eat for life. No, create an account now. I've no viruses, no spyware, and no background processes running that could possibly impact the burning performance.

Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Open Menu Close Menu Apple Shopping Bag Apple Mac iPad iPhone Watch TV Music Support Search apple.com Shopping Bag : CommunitiesSign inPostBrowse So how can I force it to burn slower if the speeds that I'm selecting are overridden? Beyond3D is proudly published by GPU Tools Ltd. Legend Joined: Jun 24, 2003 Messages: 6,363 bigsilly said: ↑ Hi, thanks for reading!

If anyone has any idea how to help me, that would be great. high speed burners "like" quality high speed disks. So, instead of turning off your ad blocker, please subscribe or donate. There realy cheap now for around $30 to $40.

I also tried CDRWin (trial) which should write at 1x in the evaluation mode but it goes to 8x as well:( smiller66726th August 2002, 00:22Some burners seem to have a minimum Personally I find the best media inks are (in descending order): Taiyo Yuden T03, MCC 04, Rioch JPNR03, TDK 003, and I prefer DVD+R over DVD-R. Michael. Boulder26th August 2002, 21:17I haven't been able to test the results yet - I'm getting back home on Saturday;) I have a couple of images ready to be burned and as

bigsilly Newcomer Joined: Sep 24, 2007 Messages: 99 Hi, thanks for reading! This is the media that tells the buning software which are the speed it supports. In CDRDAO, use the "generic-mmc" driver für all LG-Recorders. Started by nyder , Feb 24 2010 07:47 PM Please log in to reply 6 replies to this topic #1 nyder nyder ISF Newbie New Members 2 posts Posted 24 February