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  1. old tired single core on a real hot day(100 in the shade) ambient was 92F 2 seperate sata drives(sources) funny part was both disks had low pif totals and burned fine at higher speeds
  2. durn benq drive slowed down for the new mid, old workhorse LG just zoomed on thru
  3. some tdk's used to be very good, they were all made in japan tho http://www.videohelp.com/dvdmedia/tdk-dvd-...8/2580#comments http://www.videohelp.com/dvdmedia/tdk-dvd-...-4/584#comments
  4. http://club.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?t=226169 kind of hard to argue with those results, course the blanks were
  5. corded optical slate blue MS with a bad left click sensor
  6. I am going to blame it on Donta, I am pretty sure he's cursed my mouse trying to get me to do a clean install of the OS
  7. your firmware and the verbatim mid code
  8. somewhere he got a110? Fri Mar 16, 2007 http://forum.rpc1.org/dl_firmware.php?download_id=1910 this date is bogus somehow my display got switched to outline from standard????????????
  9. ftp://ftp.aopen.com.tw/pub/firmware/dvd+rw/duw1608arr/ if you go here and click details you can see the dates of the firmware the ...111.exe might work better
  10. http://forum.rpc1.org/dl_firmware.php?download_id=1727 0060
  11. ftp://driver.jmicron.com.tw/jmb36x/Win2k_xp_Vista/ watch out for the darkside
  12. http://forum.rpc1.org/dl_result.php?kaj=1&isces rather old burner with a bad reputation your firmware is not seeing the burn speeds for those ritek's, you would need to update it to 0060 those ritek's are bad also I would get a new dvd burner and some verbatim or Taiyo Yuden disks
  13. chewy

    Loaded question

    source drive was a 25 gig data partition on an old 35 gig raptor transfered all important data to another physical drive used disk management to delete the drive and partition, recreated and slow format ntfs read the burned dvd back onto the drive as an iso reburned windoze had showed the drive with no fragmentation, bullsh1te!
  14. chewy

    Loaded question

    what went wrong? windoze!
  15. http://forum.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?t=195706 regarding that drive and hp firmware crossflashing will void the warranty! but then an oem drive is usually a big problem
  16. Is there an actual case where someone would want to burn vob's, ifo's and bup's as a data disk, if not then imgburn should default to not prompt auto yes
  17. It's just what the beginner needs, a footnote to that guide would be to show how to setup imgburn to auto yes to the no video-ts folder option? I have used one program for years and never had it make video_ts folders
  18. just a tad over 1 second to load, no spyware terminator
  19. my toshiba had gotten pretty dirty and I was using marginal blanks, noticed some artifacts when viewing the burn on the standalone. my point about verify is also a disk may be a lousy burn and pass and then not play next year, the quality scan seems to be a better indicator of longevity, going on the assumption that disks degrade over time what % of your burns fail verify?
  20. with my old toshiba standalone player, I have found doing a pie/pif quality scan to be more reliable than a verify a disk that verified would have a terrible scan and have playability problems using premium media I have found both to be a waste of time
  21. Considering the poor firmware support, lack of region free firmware and bitsetting I would save that drive for more critical uses like reloading the OS and buy an external one.
  22. http://forum.rpc1.org/dl_firmware.php?download_id=309 that's an oem version of this drive and 3-4 years old OEM Ricoh MP-5125A bitsetting might be a real issue
  23. I was trying to isolate the problem, seems like it's the drive not the computer, but the drive is burning and verifying ok? what does imgburn do in test mode after cycling the tray?
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