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Hi,

I'm using v2.2.2 and there's a new adv option button at the bottom of the disc writing window.

If I select the Manaul method, I can see 4 methods: Old Plextor, Old Teac, etc. Which Plextor drive is consider "Old Plextor" (the PX-W1210A which I'm using)?

My notebook has a Teac CD-W224EA. Do I use Method 2: Old Teac to write?

A help file to explain these functions would be nice.

Thanks for the help.

Cheers,

Alan

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Hi

Use the automatic settings this options should only be changed if you experience (error 102) while writing. Make a test write, I suggest using a CD-RW disc and see if it's working, if it's working do not change these settings.

Regards Stefan

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quote:Originally posted by Stefan.H

Use the automatic settings this options should only be changed if you experience (error 102) while writing. Make a test write, I suggest using a CD-RW disc and see if it's working, if it's working do not change these settings.


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Creating a single session disc works on both Plextor & Teac. But if I create multisession disc, errors will ocurr mostly during the 2nd session creation. Changing to 2 either Method 1 or 2 doesn't help, so I gave up testing Method 3 & 4.

Home PC: P4-2.66GHz, Abit BH-7

OS: WinXP-Pro

DVD-ROM: Asus 16x

CDRW:Plextor PX-W1210A v1.10

Office Notebook: Fujitsu S6110

OS: WinXP-Pro SP1

CDRW: Teac CD-W224EA vH.0A

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