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Discussion in 'Tech Tips and Reviews' started by Gary16735, Nov 19, 2001.

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    If anyone is in the market for a new cd-rw, you might want to check Lite-On 241040. Ordered one for US$80.00 complete. The 16-1040 version was US $70. The site I used (if I may) was nexthardwareshop.com. The reviews I received from TSG threads were excellent. Gary
     
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    Received my Lite-On 241040 on Thursday and have it finally installed. The software that came with the unit is not much good. It is Nero and Incd. Finally had to scrap it as it had wrong info on installation and tried to burn a cd (took over 30 min). Went to Easy CD Creater 5 and it works like a charm. BTW, the price has dropped to US$77. Thanks, Gary:D
     
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