[QUOTE=sportflyer;2011039]So you guys think it’s not going to be a problem using the Liteon 20A4P in my 866Mhz Pentium 3 system ? I suppose it will just burn at a slower rate than the published 20X . I was afraid of a mismatch between the system speed and what is demanded by the DVD drive . OS is Win2K .[/QUOTE]
From the LH-20A1P specs:
Pentium 4 1.3GHz or higher CPU and 128MB or higher RAM are required.
HDD must have access time < 20ms; with a minimum of 650MB free
9GB free space for creating a DVD image file (9GB for double layer; 5GB for single layer).
Compatibility Microsoft Windows 98SE / 2000 / ME / XP
I don’t think the A4P will be much different. You might be
better off burning at 8-12x and avoid running other CPU or
I/O intensive tasks while burning a DVD. Even if you had a
much faster PC, burning at 20x often results in marginal