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Thread: My burner can only recored at 4x speed.

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    My burner can only recored at 4x speed.

    Is that bad?
    Will my Wii mess up if I use 4x speed backup discs?
    I use Verbatim DVD-R btw.

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    Shouldn't be a problem. Mines the same and still all work OK

    Rich

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    i burn all mine at 16x, never had a problem!

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    Well they say, take the strain off the laser lenses... make it easy for them.. Slower burn = better burn

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    i know, but im too impatient to wait! lol

    i use usb now anyway, not put a DVD in the wii for ages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by messie View Post
    Well they say, take the strain off the laser lenses... make it easy for them.. Slower burn = better burn
    Well, so 4x is okay then, right?

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    yes, if it does not go lower, you should not have a problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by shahmastert View Post
    Well, so 4x is okay then, right?
    4x is fine
    I burn all at 6x and have never had a problem.

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    4x works great here, around 650 burns, only a few coasters, maybe 10 total, probably my fault as well due to lack of memory and me having to use the pc while it burns / bad iso. but as stated usb is the way to go as well,

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    Quote Originally Posted by VashTS View Post
    4x works great here, around 650 burns, only a few coasters, maybe 10 total, probably my fault as well due to lack of memory and me having to use the pc while it burns / bad iso. but as stated usb is the way to go as well,
    Foe usb, i'll need a flash drive over 4 gigs, right?
    I only have a 1 gig one.

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