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I had the same problem and I tried DVD-RW 4X only yesterday, it worked perfectly......i intend to try DVD-R 8X and see what happens.
I read on the internet that the read and write speed of the burner is no more than 10X.
I guess they should have noted that in the manual.

Posted on Sep 08, 2009

  • wayne james Sep 10, 2009

    8X and 16X worked as well.

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