I have a Lite On 40125S only weeks old and i have a LG drd-8120b dvd-rom . When im reading i always use the LG am i correct in doing this or should i use the liteon for reading and writing. Or is there some protections i should use the lg for and some i should use the liteon for…
Send me some games and blank cd,s to test then…
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Dear mr. red lion
Iwas having trouble with the site so I decided to test my reply capabilities, and your thread was the one I happend to choose.
I apologize for the inconvience.
No hard feeling mate?
as for your question
if I were you I would use the faster of the two drives for reading.
sorry mate dident know. my apolagies(sorry about the spelling but you will know what i mean). my friends tell me to read and write with the same drive but i prefer to read with the dvd-rom and write with the liteon …why i asked the question was that do you get a better copy if you read and write with the same drive…
As long as the drive can read the CD-ROM without problems it doesn’t make any difference
But you might experience that in some cases one of your 2 drives is better in reading certain CD-Rs
When the reading is fine with the DVD drive there’s no reason at all to use the other drive for it
My setup is a LiteON LTD-163D DVD-ROM and a LiteON 40125S overclocked to 48125W. When copying regular (un-protected) CDs, I usually just run drive to drive, and when copying CDs with copy protections, I read and write with the burner. I have always had better success with burner-reading on copy-protected CDs, if for speed if nothing else.