Question about LG GSA 4163B DVD±RW Dual Layer Burner
What is the minimum amount of RAM required to burn dual layer discs with an LG GSA 4163B. What if I have 512MB of RAM? Can I create virtual RAM memory on my hard drive if 512MB of RAM is insufficient for this purpose?
512 should be enough. As long as you have enough hard drive space windows should take care of creating virtual memory with the swap file.
I see no reason at all why 512 wouldn't be enough ram to burn a disc. If you are running out of memory take a look at what programs are running on the system and try to close some of the larger ones.
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
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Review: LG GSA-H42N
Reviewed by: MegaDETH
Provided by: LG - USA
Firmware: RL00 and RL02
Manufactured: December 2006
The LG GSA-H42N internal IDE drive. LG's newest DVD burner incorporates DVD-RAM recording, creating a true DVD Multi drive. Single layer 4.7GB DVD burning is supported at 18X max. Double Layer and Dual Layer Recording speed is 10X max. DVD Rewriteable speeds are 8X max for DVD+RW and 6X max for DVD-RW respectively. DVD-RAM recording is supported at 12X max. Very fast 48X max CD-R burning and 32X max CD-RW.
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