I actually ran all this on a plain for a while before I got around to installing the Antec. If this drive is a rebadged Liteon, it’s possible that Smartburn is lowering the drive speed in relation to the media in use. What should I do to get the PD to operate as it should? It doesn’t matter what speed of CDR even 52x or what software I use. Didn’t have any other type of issue with devices mysteriously failing. For a discussion of this topic, see the documents: To find the drive manufacturer and the model number, consult your computer’s documentation.
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To find the drive manufacturer and the model number, consult your computer’s documentation.
Cdr-5w48 Optical Drive Pacific Digital Corp. Cd-rw Tested
If it successfully completes this test at 48x, then I would try burning again with the best quality media available.
Identifying your drive To identify the drive that is installed in your system, follow the appropriate directions below, then look through the drive w548 for the matching Inquiry String. It’s in the Nero Toolkit folder.
I’ve patched the PD with cdd latest I’ve found. I am not recommending that you use the drive with Smartburn disabled, only to run this test to see if it is responsible for the slowdown. Instead, it is a list of those drives that were originally identified as problem drives by Ghost technical support.
It doesn’t ddr what speed of CDR even 52x or what software I use. If this drive 5ww48 a rebadged Liteon, it’s possible that Smartburn is lowering the drive speed in relation to the media in use. Should I try burning with this program loaded? Plugged 5ww48 in, even tried the very same connector on the IDE cable, and it has never spun down yet in the middle of a record. I could hear something going on when using Nero, but I could never really tell.
And its a 48x. Such drives are listed under the name of the drive’s manufacturer, rather than under the name of the computer manufacturer. It never seemd to matter which brand I used. Seems a waste that to get the best performance I have to run it at 24, because on some ocasions, even setting software to max at 32x, it still spins down.
If your drive does not appear on this list, it does not mean that the drive will not work with Ghost. In general, Ghost is meant to work with all current and newly released drives. Got w548 juice to run all your devices?
DVD-RW is not supported. What should I do to get the PD to operate as it should? Something may have caused the drive to reset to 32x, and hopefully Nero Drive Speed may reset it.
The drives listed in this section have been tested with Ghost and proven to function correctly.
I was reading around here and someone said one shouldn’t patch with the latest Lite-on W code if its already patched to the newer PD code. The Inquiry String can be used to determine whether the drive is listed in one of the tables.
ImageMixer VCD/DVD2 for OLYMPUS
I actually ran all this on a plain for a while before I got around to installing the Antec. Alternatively, find the drive Inquiry String by using the steps in the ” Identifying your drive ” section. These drives were tested, and Ghost was updated to work with all of them. For a discussion of this topic, ccr the documents: The Alcohol performance graph shows it even hit 52x at the end of burning linux ISOs. It was already at 48x, and remained that after I pressed “detect”.
Didn’t have any other type of issue with devices mysteriously failing. I would exit Drive Speed after a quick trial. This list is not an all-inclusive list of compatible drives.