Does slowing down your writing speed allow an increase in overburn capacity?
I have a Sony CRX195E1, whats the highest overburning possible for it and for what media? (I use TDK 80min 40x, by Ritek, which come is sold as a 25-pack with multicolor slim cases)
After an overburn, do i just read/open/play the last file that was burnt to verify that all files was burned successfully?
And lastly, how can overburning damage your drive?
(When I tried overburning with total of 714MB files the recorder made a light-scratchy noise when writing the lead-out, then nero says that the recording has failed. I can still access all the files using my sony, but my old 36x drive cant open the last file.)