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CDR for car Sat Nav - 5/14/2013 3:20:01 PM   
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I'm trying to find a suitable CDR for use in my cars Sat Nav. I have backed up my map CD in ISO format and burned it to disk. The burned disk works OK for a week or so then starts to throw disk read errors. When I replace the burned CD with the original all is well. After a bit of research I think I need CDR's with high reflectivity. Can anyone recommend suitable disks?
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RE: CDR for car Sat Nav - 5/14/2013 4:40:14 PM   
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What kind of CD-R did you use for the backup?

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RE: CDR for car Sat Nav - 5/16/2013 2:10:45 AM   
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What kind of CD-R did you use for the backup?


I have tried three:

Taiyo Yuden ‘That’s CD-R CDR-80TY’ Green\Blue writing surface
Infiniti ‘S9126E1-CR080G00 IFPI L585’ Light Green writing surface
Unknown make ‘R035-0005-5205’ (over 8 years old) Silver writing surface

All three exhibit the same behaviour. Initially the three disks are read after a short time but over the next few weeks they all become harder to read eventually throwing system read errors. The disks are written with Clone CD. When I insert the original CD (Teleatlas) that disk is read almost instantaneously and continues without errors.

The Satnav drive is part of the Mercedes Benz Comand car entertainment system with music CD’s being handled by a separate CD auto-changer in a year 2000 car.

As stated if I use the original CD the system works without problems it just does not seem to like burned disks.

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RE: CDR for car Sat Nav - 5/18/2013 2:22:30 AM   
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Anyone?

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RE: CDR for car Sat Nav - 5/19/2013 4:36:52 PM   
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Have you tried cloning the disc with different settings in Clone CD?

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RE: CDR for car Sat Nav - 10/9/2013 4:17:44 AM   
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ll three exhibit the same behaviour. Initially the three disks are read after a short time but over the next few weeks they all become harder to read eventually throwing system read errors of Fifa 14 Coins. The disks are written with Clone CD. When I insert the original CD (Teleatlas) that disk for Final Fantasy 14 Gil is read almost instantaneously and continues without errors.

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RE: CDR for car Sat Nav - 11/6/2014 2:56:59 AM   
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Wow, lots of great info in there. Thanks for taking your time to do that.


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