Burn 700MB in 1'45'' how is possible?

I just burn full 700mb data backup from HD , using Verbatim (TY-made in japan) pastel color 40x discs ,with Sony CRX195A1 (oc LTR-48125W) in 1’ 45’’ in 48x speed . How is this time happened ?
No errors in disc with Nero CDspeed and reading time ( start 22,6x - end 49,35 x !) . I have used WinonCD 5 in Win XP pro !

(I have finally burn 5 discs with same writing time )

Either your system clock is broken, or you failed to convert 145 seconds into min:sec (but 145 seconds would still be too fast) :wink:

Originally posted by alexnoe
Either your system clock is broken, or you failed to convert 145 seconds into min:sec (but 145 seconds would still be too fast) :wink:

I Use Philips 48x (Ritek) disc and burn in normal 2min 36sec , the same data (than 1min 48sec of Verbatim again !) .So i don’t think that my system clock broke even I use an old PIII/866mhz computer .My firm is VS08 …but i finally understand that these media are in very high quality !

Please post a Nero screenshot of 1’48" burning

Originally posted by alexnoe
Please post a Nero screenshot of 1’48" burning

I use WinOnCD 5 (i dont like Nero’s interface).
When starting burn we can see the estimate time of burning ,and at once staring burn and the time is countdown. So i don’t know how save this screen at once. I’m try finding other info in the program . Any idea or check with other program maybe i have ?

Why not just use a stop-watch? :wink:

why not just use s stop watch ?

because we want a screenshot for proof

The estimated time of burning! ROFL ROFL! The apps I know which try that always use CLV as caculation base!

Forget about such estimations, and use a stop watch instead…

Originally posted by Gary Kokkin
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I use WinOnCD 5 (i dont like Nero’s interface).
When starting burn we can see the estimate time of burning ,and at once staring burn and the time is countdown. So i don’t know how save this screen at once. I’m try finding other info in the program . Any idea or check with other program maybe i have ? [/B]

LOL…

We are all dream :stuck_out_tongue: :stuck_out_tongue:

estimate # actual :wink:

Originally posted by Gary Kokkin
[B]I just burn full 700mb data backup from HD , using Verbatim (TY-made in japan) pastel color 40x discs ,with Sony CRX195A1 (oc LTR-48125W) in 1’ 45’’ in 48x speed . How is this time happened ?
No errors in disc with Nero CDspeed and reading time ( start 22,6x - end 49,35 x !) . I have used WinonCD 5 in Win XP pro !

(I have finally burn 5 discs with same writing time ) [/B]

I think he overclocked his drive to a 72x burner. He he he :bigsmile: :bigsmile: :bigsmile:

Its a dream come real.:cool: :cool: :cool:

Originally posted by Gary Kokkin
[B]

I use WinOnCD 5 (i dont like Nero’s interface).
When starting burn we can see the estimate time of burning ,and at once staring burn and the time is countdown. So i don’t know how save this screen at once. I’m try finding other info in the program . Any idea or check with other program maybe i have ? [/B]

Estimation of time is crap. Never shows real life estimation. Use a stop watch & you’ll find out the real time.:smiley:

Thanks guys for your opinion .

Im still working to find a way to post image (also due of lack of good scanner,printer etc in this machine in my work ,in case save screen… ) .
If my free time permit it ,I will use stopwatch as soon as possible,and post timing…
(I also would like to check with Nero but i must uninstall WinOnCD ,but this looks impossible this period …)

BTW with the same program WinOnCD5pe ,Philips(Ritek) 48x ,700mb data HD backup , other time of burning are :
40x in 2min -32x in 2min 35sec - 24x in 3min 25sec … but 48x still in 2min 38sec …no errors in all cases!

Best Regards

Gary

Originally posted by Gary Kokkin
[B]Thanks guys for your opinion .

Im still working to find a way to post image (also due of lack of good scanner,printer etc in this machine in my work ,in case save screen… ) .
If my free time permit it ,I will use stopwatch as soon as possible,and post timing…
(I also would like to check with Nero but i must uninstall WinOnCD ,but this looks impossible this period …)

BTW with the same program WinOnCD5pe ,Philips(Ritek) 48x ,700mb data HD backup , other time of burning are :
40x in 2min -32x in 2min 35sec - 24x in 3min 25sec … but 48x still in 2min 38sec …no errors in all cases!

Best Regards

Gary [/B]

You don’t need a scanner or printer for posting an image. Just hit the Print Screen button & paste the image in Paint & save the file as a GIF.

Also, i think Winoncd & nero can co-exist. I have nero, ezcd & ccd installed together & no probs as yet.

THANKS for the trick with MS Paint !

I now have images of burning as tiff or jpg extension.
But now how can insert them in to the forum.
When i push IMG button I take a script prompt which i don’t understand…

or

Does anyone want sending him, my images, modify them- maybe in smaller size- and post them than me ?
I would appreciate it ,because i have a lot of work this period also i don’t have experience with graphics and forums…

my email : Kremou105@hotmail.com

Thanks in advance

Gary

Originally posted by Gary Kokkin
[B]THANKS for the trick with MS Paint !

I now have images of burning as tiff or jpg extension.
But now how can insert them in to the forum.
When i push IMG button I take a script prompt which i don’t understand…

or

Does anyone want sending him, my images, modify them- maybe in smaller size- and post them than me ?
I would appreciate it ,because i have a lot of work this period also i don’t have experience with graphics and forums…

my email : Kremou105@hotmail.com

Thanks in advance

Gary [/B]

Well, it would be better if you save the images as GIF instead of TIFF or JPEG. This would ensure that the file size is smallest.

Just find a free webspace provider. Upload the image on their servers & just copy & paste the link of the image in the IMG dialog.

e.g. “http://gary.freewebspaceprovider.com/image.gif” without the quotes.

One head burns at 3minutes limit, two at…

hmm…What one cant do today, might become possible tomorrow.

winoncd 5 …gives a poor recording time…I tohught it was burning faster than Nero so I timed it…it was actually slower

Originally posted by Gary Kokkin
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Using Philips 48x (Ritek made) in P3/866-512Ram computer
WinXP-pro-SP1 -Winoncd 5

Gary

(PS : Maybe need 24h of my new acount in “angelfire” activation
So if you want to see images in 1024x768 size i can always
send you by email .Sorry but i’m newbie in forum-web
-tech …) [/B]

I wonder if this is due to the fact that you are recording the disk in Multisession mode.

Everyone here is talking about a closed disk (DAO mode) time.

If possible, try to burn the disk by selecting the “Close disk” option. Also, use the same data contents & media.

One more question.

Do you burn all disks in Multisession mode or some with Multisession & some with closed disc (DAO)?

No winoncd 5 is not that fast…if you time it you will find the time listed is way off!!!

I burn DAO generally but multisession can be done as well and it is faster I think