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Unable to burn on 16x DVD media

I have always been able to burn DVDs on 8x or less but am havingtrouble finding them anymore. Is there an upgrade for my Lite-on DVDburner that will allow me to use the higher speed media?

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  • Anonymous Feb 12, 2008

    I'm unable to burn 16x DVD. Can't find any 8x anymore!

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Go to the device manager check for the properties of your device and there check for update driver it will check for any updates for your driver !!and check for windows update also!!

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(CRX230ED) CD-RW Burner will it burn dvds?


Read/Write Speed CD-R Write:

4X, 8X, 12X, 16X CLV
24X ~ 40X P-CAV
52X CAV (turbo mode) max.

CD-RW Write:

4X, 8X, 10X, 12X CLV
16X ~ 24X CAV max.

CD Read:

52X max.

Buffer Memory

2 MB

Random Access Time

100 ms.

Interface

ATAPI/EIDE

Sustained Transfer Rate (CD-R/RW Discs)

600 kB/s (4X CD-R/RW read/write)
1,200 kB/s (8X CD-R/RW read/write)
1,800 kB/s (12X CD-R/RW read/write)
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Media and Modes Supported

CD-R, CD-RW,
CD-ROM (Mode 1 & Mode 2),
CD-ROM XA (form 1 & form 2),
CD Audio,
Video CD,
CD Extra,
Multi-Session,
Packet Writing

Burst Transfer Rate

PIO Mode 4: 16.7 MB/s,
Ultra DMA Mode 2: 33.3 MB/s.

no you will need dvd rw to burn dvd's
hope it helps

Dec 03, 2011 | Sony (CRX230ED) CD-RW Burner

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Hi, why i can not burn a dvd 8x? 4x and 16x no problem what i am duing wrong? please answer


it depends on the media you are using and also the settings the burning software is set to. besidesd...burning at the slowest speed always...always...no..i said ALWAYS gives the BEST encode wanted.

Sep 24, 2009 | Philips HDRW720 DVD Recorder

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Writes to 8x dvds but not 16x dvds. Why?


It could be lower quality media that the drive does not like for 16x writing. I would try a higher quality blank DVD. It could also be the software you are using. I recommend imgburn from http://www.imgburn.com/ which is a great little free app. This program is a very no nonsense burning app without the bloat of most other programs.

If you buy a single or 5 pack of high end media and use imgburn yet it still will not burn at 16x speeds I would contact Mad Dog as you may have a bad drive.

Aug 22, 2009 | Mad Dog Multimedia (MD16XDVD9) DVD±RW...

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How do I record onto a 8x dvd rather than a16x


if you are yousing a DVD recording software like Nero or some then in the settings just before the burn yu can find optins generally on the left you have to expand on te menu by clicking on the button and you can change the speed of writing the DVDs...

though to my understanding if the empty DVD-Rs are 8x then the speed of writing the DVDs is automatically calibarated at 8X but well you have the solution even the other case now

if you need any further assistance you can mail me mail2pvs@gmail.com

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Hl-dt-st dvdram gsa-t20n ata burn speed for cdr changes to 10x minimum automatic soon as i put a blank cdr in. i need to do slower burn Speed (4x) and i tried with different software and its always the...


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
(High Speed: 10x CLV, Ultra Speed: 16x ZCLV, Ultra Speed plus: 16x ZCLV)
DVD+R DL 2.4x CLV, 4x ZCLV, 6x ZCLV DVD-R DL 2x CLV, 4x ZCLV, 6x ZCLV Read Speed DVD-R/RW/ROM 8x/8x/8x max. DVD-R DL 6x max. DVD-RAM (Ver.1.0/2.2) (Ver.1.0) 2x
(Ver.2.2) 2x, 3x, 5x
DVD-Video(CSS Compliant Disc) 4x max. (Single/Dual layer) DVD+R/+RW 8x/8x max. DVD+R DL 6x max. CD-R/RW/ROM 24x/24x/24x max. CD-DA (DAE) 24x max. Sustained Transfer Rate DVD-ROM 11.08 Mbytes/s (8x) max. CD-ROM 3,600 kB/s (24x) max.

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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.)

Nov 26, 2007 | Computers & Internet

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Writing to DVD takes excessive amount of time


The problem is that you might not have sufficient memory. Try burning @ 8x. Burning DVDs at 16x is a speed higher than the speed @ which file transfer takes place within the pc. So the lack of availability of memory slows down the proces. I once had the same problem.

I hope u find it helpful sir...

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I cant record


I posted this in another person's question but it is probably relevant to you as well. This model (which I own myself) is outdated and needs a firmware upgrade. You might get lucky and get one from their tech support. However, I heard they stopped shipping them nearly a year ago. As it stands your recorder can only use DVD-R that records at 4x (or lower) and DVD-RW that records at 1x. Any other media is useless. Since 4x media is outdated, it may be hard to find at a major retailer. Let me know if you have any luck fixing this or finding working DVDs as I have had the same issue myself. I simply cannot find 4x DVDs in the store.

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Problems recording DVD-R 16X


Try this download page to update your firmware from 25/10/05, so if you bought your writer before this date maybe this will work, otherwise buy 8x discs. http://sony.storagesupport.com/dvdrw/firmware.htm#710 The faster the discs are burned the more chance of errors there are, you should write at slower speeds for better quality.

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Dominator 4in1 year purchased 2003


Some disc brands just don't work with certain burners, and that can result in the said error. Did the store give you a different brand when they replaced your old batch? this error can also be a result from burning too much to the disc, or from trying to copy protected content. If you're burning movies, I would suggest that you close all other programs while burning, and burn at the lowest speed. Regardless to the error, you'll get a better quality result. Good luck

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