Hey, mciahel, thanks for the response!
It may very well be, but those were the instructions that were indicated in the disk I was attempting to burn and since after burning some files were missing or “unreadable”, I assumed that this must be the problem.
That sound normal. The slowest speed for CD-R of your drive is 16x. You can’t do anything to get slower. Also, this is not necessary (and might be even contraproductive) with the modern 52x rated media.
Makes sense, although it would be nice to know that I could be able to select any write speed between the 1x and the highest setting…
This won’t help either.
Unfortunately this is also true.
The “options” button is not available for all drives. If there are no options that can be configured within Nero, the button is greyed out. The availability of the “options” button might also depend on the Nero version you have installed (OEM vs. full retail).
Just tried: If I want to burn a CD ISO (Sidux) with Nero 220.127.116.11 (retail version), the “options” button is available (not greyed out), but there are no selectable options present, regardless of the drive I select (there are five active drives connected).
Well under “Burn Image to disc” project it did let me access the drive options, however like you said, there were no selectable options present. I’m not sure why it didn’t let me see this under “Make bootable CD”. I have retail version Nero 6. It kind of seems pointless to have an options button that leads you to specs rather than any real configurable options…although I suppose it depends on the burner.
Thanks for the info.