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    Hi i purchased a Lite on 52x32x52 but havnt found any programs that will burn my music at higher then 24 from my harddrive. How do i get it to burn at max speeds.

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    Most likely your CD-R media is certified only to 24X

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    Quote Originally Posted by amd_man2003
    Most likely your CD-R media is certified only to 24X
    more than likely that is it, any decent CD burning app should be able to burn at a full 56x
    I've gone too far and need to move on!

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    One other idea, go to My Computer > Right click on your CD-RW > Properties > Recording Tab, and make sure it is set to Fastest

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    Are you burning to CD-R or CD-RW. Cause if you are burning to CD-RW media, it usually is slower.
    Just another idea.

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    nope using cdr, couldnt find the section you listed in the propperties.
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    To test the speed of your cd-r's, ther is a utility you can download from Nero Called Nero Cd Speed

    http://www.cdspeed2000.com/

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    Yeah thats it, they are max speed of 24 i guess. What kind of cdr's are the fastest and cost worthy, which do the masters recommend. Also i have lots of mp3's on my computer and want to make cd's whats a good program to make them the right format to play in cd players.
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    CPU FAN INTEL P4 SPARK7+ A1715 RT
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    All CDR/CDRW disks sold in Australia list their burn speeds on them and their packaging and I wouldn't imagine it bein' any different anywhere else.

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    Nero is my favorite. If you're burning mp3's to audio cd's though, I very much advice against burning at a high speed as it will probably cause skips. I never burn audio cd's faster than 8x, which still only takes about 6 minutes to fill the cd.

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