slamhard
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2004-04-02T12:18:22Z
I have a TEAC cd-w552e and it is damaging cd-s when it burns them ..
slamhard
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2004-04-02T12:20:04Z
I have a TEAC cd-w552e and it is damaging cd-s when it burns them ... The writer is new and i don't know what's the problem.if anyone has some idea pls help.I'am using Nero and WinonCD and it is still damaging SOME of the cd-s.
pcs2000
2004-04-02T12:20:17Z
Damaging how? Corrupting them? Have you tried reducing burn speed?
thedazman67
2004-04-02T12:49:01Z
CD-R disks have a speed at which they can burn at if its exceeded data corruuption may occur on the disc check to see wot there max support write speed is.

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pcs2000
2004-04-02T13:02:09Z
Without doubt the one of the biggest mistakes that people make with burners.
slamhard
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2004-04-03T03:59:16Z
Well I write on TDk , Sony, Memorex...and other but I'm sure speed isn't a problem because i know how 2 use it and for example when the cd's max speed is 48x I write at 32x-40x so ...
I used 2 write on noname CD-s, u know on those who are "made in china" or made by " phantom companies' but now I write only on good ones like Sony, TDK,....
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2004-04-03T04:06:18Z
This morning i wrote on a TDK D-View at 40x ( it suports 52x) and it was perfect!! No error, no nothing.The errors where when it was doing the "Lead-in Lead-out" thing at the end of writing..I will try to write something else today and I will post the result.

THANX 2 ALL 4 the helping! If I'll still have problems i will contact U , O.K.?
thedazman67
2004-04-03T16:57:32Z
There may be dust on the lens inside the CD burner you could buy a CD lens cleaner and run that its worth a shot I think.

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