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smart-burn software compatibility - 8/27/2001 7:01:15 PM   
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i'm debating getting a lite-on 24x over the plextor, but i'm curious about smart-burn. there's little/no info about it on the web, and one post on the usenet said that smart-burn IS burn-proof (which i doubt). what software supports smart-burn? do you lite-on 24x owners even care?

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RE: smart-burn software compatibility - 8/27/2001 7:27:27 PM   
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well, so far it seems to be working good for me. My system is a p200 and so far I was able to burn 12x certified media at 16x+ without any problem. and the burnproof/smartburn cut in once or twice and does its job nicely. no coaster yet from this burner. It actually burn better quality cds than my yamaha 4416.


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RE: smart-burn software compatibility - 8/27/2001 7:39:56 PM   
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nonono...what i'm saying is that smart-burn and burn-proof should be two different things. it isn't 'automatically' supported by cd burning software. most software supports burn-proof, but i've seen nothing that supports smart-burn.


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RE: smart-burn software compatibility - 8/27/2001 7:40:48 PM   
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addendum: i just noticed you said 16x. the first models of the lite-on 16x supported burn-proof - they didn't use smart-burn.


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RE: smart-burn software compatibility - 8/27/2001 7:41:28 PM   
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also, why in god's name are you using a p200?! an athlon 1.4 costs $107...


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RE: smart-burn software compatibility - 8/28/2001 11:29:56 PM   
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guess i am still a bit nostalgic about things ;). anyway, as far as i know about it, whatever supports burnproof would probably support smartburn. hasnt have a problem with a software not supporting the drive yet. Of course i need to upgrade my cdrwin since my older ver of 4a doesn't even show the writer at all.

btw, if this burner works great with even a lowly p200, you can bet that it will fly with a faster system.

I did try to burn at 24x once, didn't think that my p200 could keep up, but well, thanx to nero nicely written code, it did. burnproof/smartburn only cut in once or twice.


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