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  1. #1
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    Still satisfied with 52x speed

    I dont know as if i have ever burned a full cd with my Lite-On drive yet. I knew it should burn a full disc in two and a half minutes, but its still quite nice to see it happen


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    im glad for you lol ive got a 16X toshiba burner!
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    My 24x Burner is still relatively fast, it only takes a couple of minutes to burn a CD. I don't wait around while my comp burns a CD, I go do something else (Like watch TV) it's tempting to buy one of those 52X though, they're so cheap!

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    yeah, but just save for the dual-layer dvd burner

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    Snap krupted I love mine!

    I recently burnt some compliation CD's for a mate, and when the burn had completed and the disc was ejected from the drive... he looked so shocked I burst out laughing. Burning at 52x doesn't seem that fast to me anymore, because I'm used to it, but I guess my friends are all used to their store-bought, 3+ year old machines with 8x writers, hehehe.

    I've noticed a number of errors on audio CD's however, which I've burnt when MSN Messenger has been running. If I close MSN and burn the same CD, I get no problems during playback. Have you had any similar problems?
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    no, i have no problems with audio cd's when messenger is running.

    In fact, i cant recal a single bad burn from this drive yet I mainly use Fuji and Memorex dics

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