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Old March 6th 05, 01:42 PM
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I have a Liteon LTR-52327S CDR/RW and a Liteon SOHW-1673S DVD/RW.

I use TDK 700mb 48x media (PartNo CD-R80CMEB).

On the CD Burner it will burn this media at 52x, but on the DVD burner
it will only burn them at 24x, even though the DVD burner is capable of
48x writing.

Anyone have any idea why?

TIA

Simon.

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Old March 6th 05, 02:29 PM
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My Name wrote:
Prolly update the DVD firmware to "support more media".


Sorry I should have mentioned I have already done that; it is running
firmware JS02.

 




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