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cornholio7

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  1. http://www.videohelp.com/dvdwriters.php?DV...list=2#comments you can see at this link that your drive is a benq /philips, they will have advice about how to do the flash over at freaks
  2. i doubt it, we are still testing .
  3. what are the buffers doing when this speed change is happening? the speed changes may be wopc kicking in. are these genuine verbatim discs?
  4. http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-1612273363547510341
  5. you can't those in blue are beta team members and the red one is LUK , there are no other colours
  6. if 4gb didn't work , why would a company as big as HP post a warning such as this?? source: http://docs.hp.com/en/B2355-90970/ch08s04.html
  7. doesn't seem any different to the way its always been using IE6. i have to mark the text each time
  8. if you actually posted the whole log it may help too
  9. you should be able to build a file up to 4gb using iso9660 and imgburn will burn it
  10. i'm sorry but we can't discuss how to here . google is your friend
  11. you just need to have an ISO to burn , shrink can output an ISO just leave imgburn set to default for now
  12. yes but by the sounds of it, the disc is finished, you can only write to them so many times and then they give up/die
  13. he means Re-Writable , you can get both cd-rw and dvd-rw
  14. Dave Lee Travis recordings from years ago?
  15. have you run a chkdsk on your hard drive on the new machine? when burning on the new machine, how fast is it burning and what are the buffers in imgburn doing?
  16. can you copy and paste what is says in the right hand window of the gui please
  17. i buy verbatim branded dvd+r d/l and dvd-r and dvd+r
  18. a log would help . are you sure you have a dvd burner and not a combo drive that reads dvd's but burns only cd's?
  19. a log would help greatly here, but power calibration errors are usually bad media/firmware combination, a log might help confirm this
  20. just to back up what volvo says, stick with verbatim for dual layer. you can burn their 2,4x rated discs at 8x and they still work - they really are that good. ( they dont scan too well at 8x but they still play) check the review of some ritek d-01 here http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=693
  21. personally , i would steer clear of budget type p.c.'s . usually they have shared graphic cards and components that aren't up to much. you could probably assemble the p.c. with components you want in it for not too much more, dependant on you can assemble it yourself .
  22. cornholio7

    Verbatim

    what speed did you burn it at? your result is a bit biased because there is no jitter shown and this can reduce the qs considerably
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