[LAU] OT What newer CDR/RW drives should I consider? opps I
bill.white at griggsinst.com
Wed Feb 6 14:43:52 EST 2008
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It probably goes without saying, but make sure you get a
good cable. I had a bunch of trouble ripping CDs until I
replaced the previous new Ultra-DMA cable with a new new
Ultra-DMA cable. The new cable solved my problem. Shorter
is apparently better.
David Forsyth wrote:
| linux-audio-user-request at lists.linuxaudio.org wrote:
|> 2. Re: OT What newer CDR/RW drives should I consider? opps I
|> forgot a few things... (Matthias Sch?nborn)
|> 3. Re: Fwd: Re: OT What newer CDR/RW drives should I consider?
|> opps I forgot a few things... (Allan Wind)
|> Message: 3
|> Date: Tue, 5 Feb 2008 17:43:23 -0500
|> From: Allan Wind
|> On 2008-02-05T17:16:25-0500, ka1iic at prexar.com wrote:
|>> I'm replacing an old Matshita CW-7585 ATAPI IDE internal drive and wish a
|>> newer drive to be a 'plugin' replacement... It's a junk parts system with an
|>> old INTEL 1.7GHZ mother board and I use it for single copies of original
|>> music... and little more...
|> The last (DVD RW) drive that I got was from Lite-On based on reviews,
|> and end-user feedback. It has worked just fine.
| I got a LiteOn DVD-RW last week. 20x write on DVD's, 48x write on CD's,
| SATA2 interface. BIOS found it, FC5 found it, works just fine so far
| though I haven't tried writing anything yet.
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