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Old 05-05-2005, 08:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a internal burner with an external box therefore i am able to put the internal into the box and it becomes external burner. now i havn't really been able to burn with it though, my computer can't keep up and i can't change the writing speed.

i'll get back to you on what my computer is, because i know its pretty much crap, but it works, so it's probably the computer is not fast enough to support the burner.
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Use Nero. You can turn down the speed with that program.
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I'm not a big Nero fan.. it messed up my registry and I had to manually correct it so windows could recognize my CDR Drive. Anyways, most decent programs will allow you change speeds.

IMO, Accoutica has the best programs.
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