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I have a Nec 3520 (firmware 3.04) and CD Burner XP 3.5, but I can' t burn DVD faster than 6x.

I tried both DVD+R and -R, Verbatim 16x, but the max speed avaiable is 6x.

How can I solve this problem ?

With the previous version I was able to write at 16x.

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Guest Nikolay

I have a NEC 3520A DVD burner with ver. 3.06 of firmware (dated October 05 and is the latest for this model) , CDBurner XP Pro 3.5 and Windows 2000 SP4. No ASPI installed.

NERO Info Tool states that the drive should burn DVD+R at 16x max but the maximum speed that I can get is 6x on the 16x compatible media.

Please help!

Many thanks in advance,

Nikolay.

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Only thing I can say to try is, Have you installed the mainboard chipset drivers for the IDE channels, if not then install them. If you have installed them try changing them back to the standard microsoft drivers and see if the problem recreates itself.

Adrian

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well, that didn't help.. i have the same drive, and same problem.. maybe this will be helpfull..

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Notice the 6x max speed mark.. whatever that means..

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I have the same problem on my NEC ND-4571A and CDBurnerXP Pro 3.5.101.6.

I can' t burn DVD faster than 6x. Independently on the media (DVD+R -R 16x) max speed is always 6x. In Nero max speed is 16x.

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