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Old October 18th, 2007, 07:38 PM
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For Cdrw Users

Thought those who use CDRW's would like to know that Memorex now has a
24X 700mg 80min cdrw.

Tried one today and works well with CDG's. No random glitches, etc.
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Old October 22nd, 2007, 10:19 PM
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Forget it!!

Worked fine on the first burn..Erased and burned a few cdg tracks for another project, and encountered poor graphics, skipping tracks, etc on my Sony player.

Got the same results playing it on the computer. Thought perhaps it was not adaptable to the fast erase, so I did a full erase, with no improvement.

Started to question my burner so I burned the same tracks with my old standby Verbatim 10X CDRW and the results were perfect...no problems. I also have consistantly good results with TDK CDRW's.

These Memorex 24X cdrw's may be ok for data, but apparantly not for cdg.

Hope I didn't cause anyone to get burned.
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