I have Nero CD writer installed on my Windows XP OS. I have a CD writer of Samsung with 52x. When I tried burn some Cd's, Nero shows me Maximum speed as 16x or 8x only. But when I tried to burn some other CD's it shows me proper speed as 52x or 48x and below. Now I am in big trouble as I can burn only specific Cd's and not any CD. Please help me....
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Re: Nero burn CD with different speeds.
Your burner can only achieve high speeds towards the end of the burning progress as the data burned reaches the outer areas of the disc. Burning starts at the center of the disc - the more the laser moves towards the outer end, the faster the burning speed gets. I have a 20x burner and 18x discs, and every burn starts at about 6-7x and then gets progressively faster, until the last 20secs of the burn it actually burns at 18x.
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First you need to locate your music/audio. If it was downloaded from Limewire/Frostwire the default location would be C:\Documents and Settings\**Your Username**\Shared
You can also access your music/audio through Limewire/Frostwire, by going to your Library, then highlighting a file that you want to burn and press explore. This will open the folder containing the highlighted file.
Alternatively use the search to search for something you know is in the folder you want to access or eg. search for the extension of the music/audio you want to burn.
First it may be worth mentioning that there are two ways of burning audio in Nero 7. Using Nero Express or Nero Burning ROM (The original Nero program). I find both very simple to use, but prefer Nero Express, so That's what I will use here.
First open Nero StartSmart:
Pressing add is not necessary. You can also open folders outside of Nero Express, and then you drag and drop the same way.
You can make mp3 disks using Nero Express as well. Just choose make Data Disk instead of Audio CD in Nero StartSmart. The only difference you will see is that instead of minutes you will be adding size (MB)
In case you run into playback issues when using Nero Express, then you have two options. You could try using Nero Burning ROM. Raaf explains here how to do that with Nero 6, but Nero 7 is very similar:
After you have slipstreamed the latest service pack 3 and all hotfixesin order to use this to perform a new install you will need to eitherburn a new CD or use the ISO mounted to perform it using a VirtualMachine for testing purposes.
The easiest way is to use Nero Burning ROM to create a Bootable CD you will need to follow these instructions
Obtain the Microsoft Corporation Bootable image file (IMG) extract and save it using ISOBuster from an ISO image of the original Windows CD
Open NeroROM and select CD-ROM Bootable option then select the image file you extracted in 1.
Make the window look like the screen dump below,ensure that you select No Emulation and change the Load Segment ofsectors to #07C0 and the No.of Loaded sectors to 4
Then select New
You will need to add all the files from the folder that you have just slipstreamed the SP3 + post hotfixes
I suggest that you save the project as GRTMHOEM_EN forWindows XP Home and GRTMPROF_EN for the Professional Version so thatyou can use it later for the same folder
Press Burn, I suggest low burn speed X4 when using the Nero ASPI or create an ISO using Nero and the burn it using Patin-Couffin Interface option on ImageBurn with my AWS that includes 80% of all readily available media.
You haven't given your system specification, like the amount of memory ram, processor speed, is it a new machine, duo core etc. The data you have burned on the disk, will depand on the software (nero) if it is converting the data, then it burns or it uses other form of encoding software to convert your data. Test your dvd writer manually, using nero CONTROL DRIVE"S SPEED. hope this will solve your problem. Thanks
If all you are looking to do is write a DVD (ie, burn ordinary OS-managed files onto DVD, without transcoding, etc.), or write transcoded DVD-structured files, or an .iso image file, then don't even try to use Nero. Use ImgBurn, it is 500% better for those kinds of tasks, and it's freeware. I use it to burn DVDs but use Nero to transcode files and create the VIDEO_TS folder files. I then use ImgBurn to convert them to an .iso file, then burn it to DVD, also using ImgBurn. URL: http://www.imgburn.com/
-First of all make sure your software is properly installed. -Make sure your drive is properly set up -Go to the nero tools and test the drive and make sure it is fully functional. -Then when you are ready to burn select a speed that the kind of medium you are using is capable of using.....ie don't select 52x when you are writing to a medium that has a range of up to 12x -Also make sure your pc has enough RAM because law amounts of RAM cause errors and failures during burning.