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Slow Image Burning

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#1 nick2gb


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Posted 30 August 2008 - 07:34 PM

hi i have a 2gb duo core 3ghz custom tower, i just bought a new lg lightscribe dvd/cd burner and insttalled it for the use of my grand theft auto san andreas i purchased for my computer was a lemon and i got in hold with thje distributor and they emailed me and iso and know im burning my iso on to a dvd R and it say this help me please i want to have it done at least 3 times faster?

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#2 rowal5555


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Posted 30 August 2008 - 07:54 PM

Hi Nick. Welcome to BC  :thumbsup:

Am not sure what you are trying to burn, but that is ridiculous. Try the free IMGBURN. Select MODE/Build to make an ISO and MODE/WRITE to burn it. Takes a few minutes, and the same to verify.


I wouldn't bother using anything else.


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#3 Platypus


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Posted 30 August 2008 - 08:42 PM

Also, check in the Device Manager for the Properties of the channel the burner is on, make sure the device hasn't dropped back to PIO mode instead of DMA.
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