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TDK CDRW 24/10/40B - 6/17/2004 5:22:03 PM   
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Okay, this is pretty much an old CD Writer, but anyway.

I seem to be encountering problems with writing on a TDK CDRW 24/10/40B. Sometimes, writing at 16x or 24x gives me a bit of skips. Is this with the CD-writer or more from the media? How consistent does the Cd-writer write?

Related question: I burnt a music CD at 16x using the Promedia 32x Professional Class CD-R, and the last two tracks seem to be unreadable. What's the case? Is it with the CD-Writer or with the media?
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RE: TDK CDRW 24/10/40B - 6/17/2004 5:32:19 PM   
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How about trying to burn at lower writing speeds? Are you sure the source (wavs) are clean of skips/mutes/errors?

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RE: TDK CDRW 24/10/40B - 6/17/2004 6:02:19 PM   
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hmm...i usually burn at 8x with my music CDs. But since my cousins were in a hurry and wanted to leave already, I burned it at 16x to save time.

Does any1 have experiences with the TDK CDRW 24/10/40B. I'm thinking the writing gets a bit skippy when writing at fast speeds. But I'm currently making copies of around 50 CDs, but with writing at 4x, that's an awful long time.

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RE: TDK CDRW 24/10/40B - 6/17/2004 6:07:47 PM   
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Something is wrong, with which software are you ripping music CDs back to HDD?

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RE: TDK CDRW 24/10/40B - 6/18/2004 12:16:32 PM   
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I use dbPoweramp.

wait. let me go be more specific with the last question.

for making copies of VCD, I use BlindWrite 5.5 to rip the CD to the HDD, then use my TDK to write the B5I to the CD-R. I currently write at 4x, but I want to write at faster speeds to save time. but I've been told it's better stick to slower speeds to avoid any problems. should i go for faster speed? is there any chance the copies might not be perfect?

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RE: TDK CDRW 24/10/40B - 6/18/2004 4:39:50 PM   
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Does the drive make a good disc at 8x? Perhaps the drive is just near EOL (end of life).


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RE: TDK CDRW 24/10/40B - 6/18/2004 4:51:27 PM   
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yes, it makes a good disc at 8x.

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RE: TDK CDRW 24/10/40B - 6/18/2004 5:59:29 PM   
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Strange problem, what is your PC setup?

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RE: TDK CDRW 24/10/40B - 6/23/2004 2:33:38 PM   
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Some of the older drives do not do well with the newer media as the firmware does not recognize it. Make sure you have the latest firmware update, find some slower certified media, or other newer media.


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