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DVD WRITER - REDUCING OF SPEED OPTION

I TRIED TO WRITE IN MY LAPTOP DVD WRITER, BUT, IT IS WRITING IN 10X SPEED, I WANT TO REDUCE THE SPEED TO 4X. MY SOFTWARE IS SONIC

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In the Sonic program you can change the speed in the preferences/options menu. Hope this helps.

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The LG G20 DVD Rewriter is an advanced external burner that supports 'editable' Rewritable DVD+RW disk.
As a generic comment, not all writable/rewritable media are made equal and problem with branded & unbranded disks are not uncommon, so stick to brands that work for you for your specific unit!
The following is the advertised support for your unit, hope it helps:
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How do i increase my dvd rw drive speed


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Some support only '4X' or '8X' writing-speed.
So, buy blank disks that support '48X' writing-speed.

Not all DVD-writers are alike.
Some support only '4X' or '8X' writing-speed.
Upgrade to a DVD-writer that supports '16X' or '32X' writing-speed.

Not all USB ports are alike.
USB 1.1 ports support 11Mbits/second,
while USB 2.0 ports are about 10 times as fast.
Check that your USB device is connected to a USB 2.0 port, not a USB 1.1 port.

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  • CD / DVD rewrite speed 10x (CD) / 4x (DVD±RW) / 3x (DVD-RAM)
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Burn single layer and dual layer DVD -R and +R disc (incl R/W)

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Your drive doesn't support slower burning speeds unfortuately, here are the specifications for it:

Write Speed DVD+R 2.4x CLV, 4x ZCLV, 8x CAV DVD-R 2x CLV, 4x ZCLV, 8x CAV DVD+RW 2.4x, 3.3x CLV, 4x ZCLV, 8x ZCLV
(8x Speed disc: 3.3x CLV, 8x ZCLV)
DVD-RW 1x, 2x CLV, 4x, 6x ZCLV DVD-RAM 2x, 3x ZCLV, 5x PCAV(Ver.2.2) (16x Media: Not support) CD-R 10x CLV, 16x, 24x ZCLV CD-RW 4x, 10x CLV, 16x ZCLV
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Problem writing to Philips DVD-R disc


Ha dell inspiron is a waste dvd.. writer.
i myself have one.
it cant write at a speed more than 4x and nowadays dvds come with 16x speed..
so its always gives error when u try 2 write at low or high speed..
this whole burning process sucks..
im trying 2 find a soln..
as soon as i find one i will tell u
in the mean time
try reducing ur speed to 4x and try

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Cannot write cds at lower speed like 8x


  1. Try to Use Nero or Easy CD creator software for better output.....
  2. Try burning Verbatim 16x DVD+R at 16x first and then burn another of the same type at 8x. And then compare the results. Most times, burning 16x-rated DVD+R/-R media at 12x or 8x will result in fewer PIEs/PIFs.

Whether 1x is better than 8x is another issue. Personally, I prefer 8x speed for most media I use these days (rated at between 4x to 16x but mostly 8x.)

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