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RE: LTR-48125W problems - 10/2/2002 1:05:33 AM   


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I was getting errors with my liteon. After I put it on a primary channel all buy itself the errors were gone. It just didnt like living as a slave to a F1

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RE: LTR-48125W problems - 10/3/2002 6:51:33 AM   


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I've burnt a few cds so far, one at 48x (the one in the pack as my 100 pack of 48x arent here yet ) and the rest at 32x.

The CD burnt at 48x (the LiteOn branded one) has 1 confirmed damaged block/bit/yellow square both by the LiteOn itself and my Toshiba DVD drive. No errors though.

I'm also beginning to think that Nero CD speed scandisk is a bit flakey as it occasionally on a whim makes up some damaged sectors yet then refuses to find them again on subsequent runs.

All CD-Rs burned at 32x had such a small occurance of errors that it is of no consequence (1 damaged (yellow bits) in 10 CDs, hard to reproduce)as these were cheap 15p ($0.20) each Precision (made by Ritek) CD-Rs and I wasnt expecting them to be the best ever. No errors were ever reported.

The drive came with firmware VS06 btw, so they might have fixed the problems on later drives.

I have the LiteOn as secondary master and the Toshiba as Secondary slave (both with DMA mode 1 (33MB/S) enabled) with a Western Digital 7200rpm 30GB on the primary master running on an Athlon 800 with 256MB running Win98 1st edition

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RE: LTR-48125W problems - 12/5/2002 7:10:15 AM   


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Hi Guys. Try using nero drive speed to set the Liteon to only read @40X then recheck your "allegedely" errant disks. When I did this I found only 1 of 12 supposed dammaged disks actually had any errors :)

Hope you find this useful


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