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Nero burn CD with different speeds.

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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  • kedar100 Feb 20, 2008

    I am using Samsung CD writer with 52x32x52 rw. Also when I tried to write cd such as "Crona" with the capacity of 700mb/70min and the speed 52x Nero is gives me burn speed as Max 16x and min 8x. But when I tried to burn the CD like "Sony" with the capacity of 700mb/70min and the speed 52x Nero is gives me burn speed as Max 52x and min 8x.I am really confused now. Please help me.

  • kedar100 Feb 21, 2008

    Thanks for your reply ahamed100 but my problem is if I burn that particular CD with the speed of 16x at the end I get the message as CD is corrupted. And still I don't understood why this problem is not exist for CD's like "Sony", "Writex", "Moserbear" etc.....

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    Devocap May 11, 2010

    Hey there kedar100, what is the exact model of your cd drive, and what is the name, type and size of your cd/dvd disk?

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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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