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Hi, I'm looking for a dwd optics drive who allow me to burn disc at 2X speed. Where I can find such units?Units form today no longer allow burning discs below 4X :(
I need a dwd-rw that writes at such a slow speed because i need to write a disk with navigation for my car, and those who know the problem ,know that older navigation cars need to write at very low speeds like 1x or 2x, plus the information as it is written at the lower speed is better.I have an e60 car from 2006,and that car need 2x burning to be ok.Over 2x result in fail disc..
So who knows how to tell me exactly the old type of writer code like plextor or teac ?they were the best ones.Pls tell me a old optic unit to allow me to burn at 2x or even 1x.Thank you
 

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I don't understand how the burning speed translate into more/less accurate informations written on the DVD. If anything, it's completely counter intuitive : all dvd writters have buffer underrun protection and produce accurate high quality mediums.

The car's navigation unit being unable to read it is a different matter.

Wish you good luck finding one of those old IDE devices.
 
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I don't understand how the burning speed translate into more/less accurate informations written on the DVD. If anything, it's completely counter intuitive : all dvd writters have buffer underrun protection and produce accurate high quality mediums.

The car's navigation unit being unable to read it is a different matter.

Wish you good luck finding one of those old IDE devices.
Samsung Portable (USB) Model SE-208 claims 1x, 2x and some in between. I never tried it that low.
 

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Samsung Portable (USB) Model SE-208 claims 1x, 2x and some in between. I never tried it that low.
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to write that slow i expect your going to have to look for an External (USB) drive
I have a LG GE20 and it only lists Speeds up to 20x.
you might achieve lower Speeds via Software eg Nero (Early Versions check settings )
 
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but I need code of old units from Teac or Plextor.Someone know?teac was the best units in my knowdlege
 
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but I need code of old units from Teac or Plextor.Someone know?teac was the best units in my knowdlege
There is nothing wrong with my old Samsung and it is still listed, at least where I live.
 
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Samsung Portable (USB) Model SE-208 claims 1x, 2x and some in between. I never tried it that low.
I check spec and min speed is 6x :(
 
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I check spec and min speed is 6x :(
I just pluged it in and opend Imgburn before I replied you. It claims 1x as I wrote. Why would I post a wrong number?
 
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know that older navigation cars need to write at very low speeds like 1x or 2x,
That is a big negative. Nav units do not write anything to disc. I am a Fleet Mechanic and I do a lot with Nav units and programming vehicles for the last 20 years. So please drop the its an older car and things need to be written slower. That is totally false.

Where are you getting failed discs at? Your computer or when put the dvd in the Nav unit? If it is at the computer you have a corrupted file that you downloaded, which does happen(the file could be bad at source too). If it is in the car, then it is either written in the wrong format( DVD + or DVD - as well) or you have a problem with the Nav units dvd player.

Unless BMW tells you have write the dvd at x1 or x2 then it is fine to write at max speeds.

EDIT - BMW Software link there and if it was a retrofit from another company you have to go back to them for the ISO. Are you burning it as an ISO?
 
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Try old version of Power ISO.

Old times sack i use to write windows xp cd on 2x speeds and old version of Power ISO forced burner to burn on 2x.

Worth a shot...do try
 

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The media (blank disc) sets the minimum write speed, not the drive. The media also has a maximum write speed but that can't exceed the write speed of the drive (e.g. 16x media on a 8x drive will only be able to burn at most 8x).

Burn at the slowest speed the media supports. The burn will more than likely be good unless your media is defective (it happens). I always use Nero and check the box to verify. If Nero finds no errors when verifying the disc, the burn matches what was supposed to be burned. If a device is having difficulty reading the disc that has been verified, either it incapable of reading the media itself (e.g. CD drive can't read DVD or DVD-R drive can't read DVD+R) or there's something wrong with the device (e.g. the lens is dirty).

A verified burn at 1x and at 24x should have the exact same data on it.


Windows 10 can straight up burn ISOs without additional software.
 
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This is Nero Burning Rom

I use to burn a lot of stuff. Speed never made a difference. But some would claim it did. Never had an issue burning full speed BR back up's, DVD, CD or Media. You just don't want to be doing other stuff when burning

 
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flmatter,don t know how to say but...many people know that 2x speed is the safest speed for the old navi units car.Information burned at 2x speed is more durable and more accurate without some errors than 4x,8x or more.
and yes for my model of car, the manufacturer recommend 2x speed burn for nav disc.
If I burn at higher speed than 2x,my I-drive sometime blocking my nav for a few second,and all become laggy.
so..nevermind..I must find a writter units that allow me to burn at 2x

This is Nero Burning Rom

I use to burn a lot of stuff. Speed never made a difference. But some would claim it did. Never had an issue burning full speed BR back up's, DVD, CD or Media. You just don't want to be doing other stuff when burning

srry but your 2x ss at 8990kb/s is not correspond with reality of old units.2x infact is only rated at 2770kb/s for the real old units.And 1x is rated at only 1380kb/s
 
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Just for reference, my drive is a LG Blu Ray Model UH12NS30 above
 

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1 x CD is 1200 Kib/s
1 x DVD is 10.5 Mb/s
1 x BD-DVD is 36 Mb/s

These are industry standard.

Just put a CD-R in the computer's drive and burn it at as low of speed as you see optioned (probably 4x). It'll most likely work.

The only way you're going to find anything slower is if you buy really old media (like from 2000ish). In which case, you're going to run into problems with the integrity of the discs most likely because they only have a shelf-life of 5-10 years. 1x and even 2x is painfully slow so they were obsoleted pretty quick.
 
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Oldest drive I have is a Model SH-S222 DVD Its an IDE drive
 

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im talking about DVD not CD.My nav disc is on dvd not cd.
Unit conversion: 10.5 Mb/s / 8 b/B = 1.3125 MB/s = 1,312.5 kB/s

Use a DVD-R then. Pick the slowest option available (4x is fine).
 
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I found on internet a old model of teac which allow burn speed at 2x but,in my country I can't find it.I think I cannot even find it on amazon and ebay.it s obsolete.
This teac allow speed at 1x or 2x.....

 

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Again: media sets the write speeds, drive just sets maximum write speed.

If you bought that drive and put the disc you have in it, you would only see a burn option of 4x because that's what both the drive and media supports.

Have you tried burning the disc at 4x? If not, do it. 60% says it works, 20% says there is a problem with the media (either poor media or incompatible), 15% says there's something wrong with either drive, and 5% says there's a misconfiguration in burning it (e.g. starting sector).
 
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Again: media sets the write speeds, drive just sets maximum write speed.

If you bought that drive and put the disc you have in it, you would only see a burn option of 4x because that's what both the drive and media supports.

Have you tried burning the disc at 4x? If not, do it. 60% says it works, 20% says there is a problem with the media (either poor media or incompatible), 15% says there's something wrong with either drive, and 5% says there's a misconfiguration in burning it (e.g. starting sector).

Not sure that is true. Ive had drives with different drive speeds, software with different speeds on the same media. It was a long time ago though
 

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Nero gives a full list like you showed. Pop in a writable disc and a bunch of them vanish (especially on the bottom end) as it scans the header of the disc.
 
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Again: media sets the write speeds, drive just sets maximum write speed.

If you bought that drive and put the disc you have in it, you would only see a burn option of 4x because that's what both the drive and media supports.

Have you tried burning the disc at 4x? If not, do it. 60% says it works, 20% says there is a problem with the media (either poor media or incompatible), 15% says there's something wrong with either drive, and 5% says there's a misconfiguration in burning it (e.g. starting sector).
read first post.I already burned at 4x and is not ok.4x speed is not ok for my nav units car.With 4x my nav sometime blocked and become laggy.Manufacturer recommend 2x or even 1x for my version of car.
case closed.
 
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System Name Delta // Alpha-HTPC
Processor Intel i7 6700K // Intel i5 4570
Motherboard GIGABYTE Z270X-Gaming K7 // Gigabyte H97M -D3H
Cooling Corsair H80i V2 // Silverstone NT-06 Pro
Memory Corsair DDR4 3000 32gb //G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 8GB 1600
Video Card(s) EVGA RTX 2080// EVGA GTX 980 ti
Storage Samsung 950 Pro NVMe 512, 2 Tb FireCuda// Samsung 1Tb SSD
Display(s) ASUS PB278Q 27" 1440X 2560 // 55" LG 4K SK8000 Series
Case Corsair Obsidian Series 550D // Silverstone Granada GD05
Audio Device(s) Focusrite Scarlett // HDMI to Samsung HW-R650 sound bar
Power Supply Corsair TX850M // SeaSonic G Series 550w
Mouse Logitech G502
Keyboard Cooler Master CK550 RBG
Software Windows 10 Pro // Windows 10 Pro
Nero gives a full list like you showed. Pop in a writable disc and a bunch of them vanish (especially on the bottom end) as it scans the header of the disc.

I'll try that

Edit: Ok you are right

DVD


CD

 
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