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CD burner experiencing "disk speed error"

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by i hate ram, Sep 19, 2004.

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  1. i hate ram

    i hate ram Thread Starter

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    i just bought a 100 pack of memorex cd-r 52x 700mb 80 min. my burner's maximum speed is 40x. i put a cd in my burner and tried to burn using my normal nero 6 program, but i got a "disk speed error" right after or during the lead-in. i tried burning with cd-da, and it also failed. as well as WMP. i was planning on returning the disks, but i still dont understand why these discs dont work. im not doing anything differently, or so i think. SOMETIMES (twice) these discs have burned sucessfully, but none else. i try to burn both MP3 and WMA formats into an audio cd.

    any suggestions? help GREATLY appreciated
     
  2. bearone2

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    i've got a 40x and it chokes above 12x, slow it down.
     
  3. Triple6

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    Some discs simply don't work, not all discs are equal. Return them for a brand that you known works with the drive.

    You may also be able to update the firmware of the CD-RW drive from the manufacturer's drive - such issues are sometimes resolved by updates.
     
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