You've been asked to post a CDSpeed data disc rate test. Please do so, as it will answer any questions about actual burn speeds.
I've seen Nero screen shots of CDR's showing 67x burn speeds, but that does mean that the CDR was actually burned at 67x. Burning programs do not measure actual burn speed, but data rates, which is why they often show strange speeds.
the results would have been much much much much much better if i didnt already use the disc in my dvd player
I'm speechless. :rolleyes:
my theory is that the drive get more data (buffer) so there less time on data hence less gaps between sectors