Re: Compatible SATA Burners
- From: milleron <millerDOT90@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 28 Jul 2007 10:57:51 -0400
Ed Medlin wrote:
"RobV" <robert@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:j8-dnXUX5-2NxzjbnZ2dnUVZ_hadnZ2d@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxIt will burn the cheap media. Over the years, the burners from all manufacturers have become very good at extending their compatibility to almost all media. The question you have to ask yourself when buying el-cheapo blanks is whether you're interested in being able to access the data a few years from now. If that answer is yes, then stick with blanks like those from Verbatim. If you really don't care -- i.e., if you're burning throw-away disks for short term use or copies of multimedia stuff for which you retain the original, then the Dynex crap is probably OK.Sam wrote:I also use a LiteOn SATA DVD R/W drive with no issues at all. It also seems to work well with about all media I have tried, even the cheap, on-sale Dynex media.I have been reading in some of my local boards that many people are[snip]
having various issus with SATA Burners on their Asus boards from XP
having problems IDing the drive to CRC errors. I have the P5PE VM. I
don't have an SATA drives at all in my system.
I'm using a LiteOn 20x SATA drive with my P5B-Plus based MB. No problems with it; works great. I haven't had any experience with any of the others, so I can't give an informed opinion. I've used LiteOn CD and DVD drives/burners for years and have not had a problem with any of them.
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