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I purchased cd-r part#3202 4581 qty 100 52x 700mb 80 min.these will not record in my cd burner but another memorexcd-r 74 da will what is the differance between the cd's please contact me at jjvance2@peoplepc.com thanks

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  • jjvance2 Aug 15, 2008

    if u did not know what the diff is why offer answer? please need more help as to solution to why and what to look for in any future purchase of memorex cd's

  • jjvance2 Aug 15, 2008

    both cd's purchased are memorex on 74 min version will record 80 min wont both are cd-r

  • jjvance2 Aug 15, 2008

    enen though both are made by memorex and both are listed for audio recording there is nothing to look at that will give me any advice as to if item will work in my recorder

  • jjvance2 Aug 15, 2008

    no the solution is that i can ony but one at a time to see if thay are compatable with my burner

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Its the issue of the writing speed. so some cdr works while others dont.there is no particular solution to solve it as the unit is perfect.its just the way it comes.

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Writing speed is the difference between the two adn some burner don't support that type of writing speed, that's why the other CDR work with your burner......

Hope thta helps........

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There will be compatibility issues with few brand DVDs. Like most of the HP laptops can't read Memorex disks. That is compatibility issue.

Once check with another brand disks for this issue. If the issue occures withone or 2 brand disks, then it is compatible issue.

Once contact the manufacturer of the drive to check for CD/DVD drive firmware update.

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    siva reddy Aug 17, 2008

    Just to let you know, that there is compatible issue with the Memorex DVDs with HP drives and laptops.



    You can contact HP and ask them whether u can use Memorex brand disks.



    You will get the below answer:



    It is not compatible with Memorex brand DVDs.
    Make sure you are using 2X speed while creating the discs.

    I suggest you to use the DVDs from HP, Philips, or Sony.



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Might be difference of Writing Speed ..like 52x ..I'm not sure about this. Just giving you an idea.

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    Shahid Electronics Aug 15, 2008

    Being a tech-person I know, If Optical Lens has layer of dust on it, decrease its efficiency of reading and writing. Please check and try to clean its lens. It might help you to complete the task.

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