Yes I understood you, but because your drives cannot burn below 4x/8x you have no option but to use quality CD-R media that is capable of being burned well at 4x/8x. Using the right media, you should be able to get excellent quality, at these speeds. Your drives cannot burn below the min speeds and sorry, a patch is not possible.
I agree with last post. However if you’re looking for a slow-burning recorder for your music CD’s you’re better off with a standalone stereo CD Recorder. Or if you’re skeptical about your CD reader getting close to 100% quality, try using Exact Audio Copy (EAC). When it’s configured properly, it works great and the best part is… it’s FREE! When its done ripping, you get a report and I’ve been able to spot skips & scratches with it using my DW-U18A@832 (if and when they occur).
But i don’t think it’s a good burning software…(it’s a excellent audio track grab software …but it’s not compatible with the external device well…like USBˋ1394…so i don’t like to use it…becasue my VAIO laptop DVD combo drive could not read the CCCD music CD :a i cannot but use the external drive to listen or to grab the music )
Now i use the cd manipulator to backup CCCD music CD!
It’s also free and easy to use
By the way; is there any other burning software can use the EAC’s image file to burn on CD-R media?