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Old 11-14-2004, 05:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi everyone,
I am using NERO Ultra Version 6. With a Sony DVD burner 12x rite now?
My normal time to burn DVD-9 to DVD+R is about 1 hour to 1h30 ( ofcouse i use DVD-shrink for this ). I dont complain anything about that. However, whenever i burn movies files that i downloaded from P2P, then make a DVD with those file, usually, NERO take about 4 hours for a 2-hour-show-time DVD, and 8 hours for a 4-hour-show-time DVD. I want to ask if that is the normal speed you guys have when you burn your DVD? Or my DVD burner sucks?
I have a P4 3.0 Ghz LGA 775, 512MB DDR2, UATA 160GB .
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Veries from Disc to Disc. Some time I can back up DVDs with in about 30 minutes. Some times it can take an hour.

The times that posted are rather slow.
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