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Reliable CDR's - 10/20/2001 4:22:55 AM   
-Joel-

 

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Whats CDR's should I use that wont lose data after say 6 months to a year.
I have used Princo and the dye goes a strange colour in little round dots.

Also how reliable are CDRW Disks and what brand should I buy that will also store data from 6 months to a year without any data loss? :)

Thanx...

Joel..
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RE: Reliable CDR's - 10/22/2001 5:10:34 PM   
rjw

 

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Use disks made by Mitsui or Taiyo Yuden I have some of these discs which are 3 years old and still have zero problems with them. (They can still be read at full speed with my plextor 24/10/40A and the plextor 40TSI cdrom player of a friend) Some have even layed quite long from out of there box.

For CD-rw
Use Ricoh/TDK made discs have some 3 years old and they still work some written many times and some writen once and they both have now problems.

Okay I know that they are more expensive than most Leaddata,Princo,CMC magnetics, M MORE discs, Baer Moser. But then again you can still read them after 3 years and you won't have problems after some months.

Personnally favorites:
Mitsui unbranded
Basf Ceram Guard (made by Tayo Yuden with a very hard upper layer. Even better than most normal cd's)


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RE: Reliable CDR's - 10/23/2001 11:13:13 PM   
mashimus

 

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My favourites are Pioneer and Verbatim.

Although those black back ones are looking attractive! I wonder how reliable are they?!


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RE: Reliable CDR's - 11/7/2001 10:35:14 AM   
jamesp

 

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I'd always recommend Mitsui, Taiyo Yuden and usually Kodak.

I've had problems with Ritek, MPO (MMore) CMC and Samsung.

This is mainly using Plextor writers.

Cheers.

James.


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