Yes, my password is: Ask a question and give support. I would like to update to a 64 bit. In the below set of four images, I scanned four different types of blank CD-R one of the Plasmon discs is a mis-identified Ritek recorded by a slimline DVD recorder at 24x. Such long simulated capacities are nice, but can it actually be achieved?
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TechSpot Account Sign up for freeit takes 30 seconds. On a simulated overburn, the BenQ DW was able to register a maximum capacity of 99 minutes 56 seconds and 41 frames. The data area of the disc has been burned, and the disc is thus a coaster.
I currently have a 32 bit. Hello Techspot, on my PC I found some windows 7 professional 64 bit and 32 bit isos. There were dvf drives, including some combo drives and readers which had scanning ability.
One Response to Tech Flashback: More importantly, what size is the Cvd The description of the optical drive from Speccy can be found in the attachment.
Already have an account? In the below set of four images, I scanned four different types of blank CD-R one of the Plasmon discs is a mis-identified Ritek recorded by a slimline DVD recorder at 24x.
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It was an unexpected result, as contemporary drives in that era would often have problems maintaining high read speeds as they struggled to cope with the marginal disc that was just out of spec. I decided to write a 99 minute 00 second 00 frame disc, as in my experience, getting too close to the simulated value will cause issues.
Sense key not important: However, when attempting to burn, we find that burns proceed to writing all the data and then fail. Not all drives were capable of handling this properly, and while the 90 minute blanks were generally quite compatible, the 99 minute ones almost always caused problems. Join the community here. Proudly powered by WordPress. Add your comment to this article You need to be a member to leave bens comment. Imgburn, being the ever-so-honest software, asks the burner to reserve a track of a size greater than allowed up-front pre-burn, and the burner denies this request thus making overburning impossible through this route.
Which looks like your drive will support also. If you feel like looking up the sense key as well, there is a list of them here: I’ve only seen 4.
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dv You must log in or sign up to reply here. However, this ability began cropping up on drives as part of less-well-documented firmware features that exist with drives of specific chipsets.
To that end, normally such information can only be garnered through the use of expensive disc analyzers such as CATS. I suppose this write-up is my way of thanking the drive for years dx trouble-free service. It does go without saying that in this case, being able to overburn this much also means handling overburning of regular 80 minute CD-Rs quite well.
The drive reports PIFs as sum8 values rather than the standard sum1. The disc quality ddd not too bad according to the DW — a bit poor on the inside ring, but otherwise quite decent. It was then discovered that other drives with other chipsets also had this ability to differing degrees, including the BenQ DW Worse still, the drive also ignores our request for 4x write speed.
You have a retail version of Win7 or OEM? As a result, I also beta-tested ImgBurn version 1. Svd was intrigued by it, hence my posting about it.