May 4th, 2001, 12:36 PM
Okay, I'm looking into getting a burner and have a few questions.
What does 'Burn proof technology' do ?
A friend said its only useful if you are using the computer while burning. ie: the burnt CD will have no errors in it (while using the computer)
Another friend said forget about it, get good software and it will have no errors.
So is it really worth the extra $$$ to get a burner with this technology ?
What size buffer is good for a 12x8x32 burner ?
What's a good error rate ?
Do you have to have a 'super high performance' PC for it to write reliably at 12x ?
Any recommendations for around / under $200 USD ?
What's some good brands ?
Sorry for the amount of questions.
Look forward into hearing your reply
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