Some memorex Cds wait for burning at home. On the Device Information tab, the firmware revision will be listed on the Revision line. Gatineau Qc , Canada. Reasons such as off-topic, duplicates, flames, illegal, vulgar, or students posting their homework. If that is the case what is the current best cheapest bang for the buck these days?

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Fri 11 Mar Anybody have any ideas?

By joining you are opting in to receive e-mail. Have NOT selected a region yet. Pburn caused a O. Red Flag This Post Please let us know here why this post is inappropriate. The time now is Sat 29 Dec Figured I had to re-install Nero. If the drive can’t see the disk, it’s not Pburn’s fault, it’s an incompatibility between the disk and the drive. I’ll bet Memorex drives don’t have any problem reading Memorex disks, and Pburn wouldn’t have any problem burning Memorex disks in a Memorex drive.


Mon 14 Mar I would appreciate an alternative to Pburn.

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How is dvxrw firmware version checked? Will double-check it during post. Scientist’s drive is probably what’s crap, not Pburn. Students Click Here Join Us! Return to DVD Writers. I did this because I was curious as well. Same dcdrw for OptoRite and Accesstek. They are made by Acer but are the same as Pioneer D except for firmware.

IAN, you just suddenly cleared up a lot of questions for me. Operating system is Windows XP Pro. On the Device Information tab, the firmware revision will be listed on the Revision line. Convincing enough for the New List?

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Promoting, selling, recruiting, coursework and thesis posting is forbidden. I will try to find this one back and ask permision to get it up. Who uses rebadged Pioneers? Display posts from previous: Once again, we learn nothing.

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Windows XP was mentioned in an above post. Still remember how Dvddrw used the regwiz program used to register the OS to gather info about what people had installed on their hard drive.


Windows XP Could this be why Nero does not see the drive? Magicapin your DVD writer, and select Properties. He burned some CDs I think it was CDs and not DVDs at the slowest, medium and fastest speeds, and found that the ones burned at the medium speed had the fewest read errors.

I should have somewhere a quite complete list with who puts what on the market and what did they tweak or screwed. If that’s the case, then whose engine is Plextor using?

To tell you the truth seeing all this posts about people having problems with BTC drives has me sort of wondering if the drive is going to work.