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HI SPACE CDR - 9/11/2002 8:45:17 AM   
Panayotis

 

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Hi,

I have HI SPACE CDR 16x certified and I burn in 8X maximum!!!
I don't understand! My burner is a SONY COMBO DVD CDR the CRX810e!
Burn with VERBATIM CDR works well (16X)both with CLONE CD 4.0 and NERO 5.5.9.9

Any idea?

Stephane
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RE: HI SPACE CDR - 9/12/2002 12:22:14 AM   
Laffin Assassin


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Well obviously you writer does not like HI SPACE Media so I suggest you stick to VERBATIM !!!


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RE: HI SPACE CDR - 9/12/2002 10:30:40 PM   
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Try updating the firmware if there is a newer version. This might solve te problem in the other case just buy another brand like
Laffin Assassin allready said at this moment with this firmware your drive doens't like High Speed disc's.

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RE: HI SPACE CDR - 9/14/2002 10:01:03 AM   
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It sounds to me like those are cruddy CDs. Just a guess, I've never heard of the brand, and don't know what factory makes them. Sometimes low quality CDs have a hard time being burned at their official burning speed...also, sometimes shady dealers put 16x stickers on 8x CD-Rs. Verbatim is a very good CD brand, most of their CDs are made by CMC (maybe just their newer ones, I'm a little unsure of that one). My suggestion to you would be to find a place that offers to replace defective media that you buy from them. Most stores won't do it (especially radio shack or future shop!), but some places will. If you are local to B.C. or Alberta in Canada, you might want to check out my store eNovationMedia, we replace CDs on a 1:1 basis, if they're defective. and CDs that only burn at 2/3 their max burning speed deffinatly sounds defective! good luck!


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RE: HI SPACE CDR - 9/14/2002 11:55:00 AM   
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Hi-Space is a European manufacturer (from France) but so far we haven't tested their media


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