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Burned DVD's I am able to burn DVD's successfully, but when I play them on a DVD player (and I have tried multiple modles) my burned movies tend to have a strange "chirping" or "high pitched" noise when ever the aduio kicks in. I am using generic DVD+R discs, and have tried recording at the lowest speed possible. Any idea what could be causeing this?

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Hello, i think you have download the latest firmware for your drive. hope it will fix it. best regards AMINE

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