From: Vancouver, B.C. Canada
I'm not sure if anybody is interested in the info or not, but the LiteON 40125S can burn up to 99:59 on a 90+min CD-R. O burned a 98:38 min CD yesterday on a Ritech 90+min CD-R at 4x. I know, the speed sucks, but I havn't worked my way up to 24x yet (the fastet the Discs can handle supposedly). This was using firmware zs0n by the way, te older firmware that it came with could only handle writing about 93min on the CD. It looks like LiteON really knows how to push their burners with firmware!
Here's a question for you guys: what's up with some media being able to burn much higher then what they say they can be burned at??? My store has some 12x CD-Rs (they're not CMC, they're some factory we almost NEVER deal with, but I can't remember right now...I'll check when I get to work), and when I was doing some burning on them, I just assumed Nero would automatically recognize them as 12x (or smart-burn would tell it/change it), but before I knew it, the CD was burning at 32x....I REALLY didn't expect that. Unfortunatly, it was an audio CD, and it came out kinda scratchy...maybe 24x would be ok. Does anyone know why this happened? Is it just, people marking them at lower speeds then they can handle, or is it the burner (LiteON 40125S again)
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