:eek: I found this link yesterday while reading through some of the newsgroups, and it was talking about how to overclock your cdrw by changing the firmware to a different manufacturer:
My drive isnt listed, but I tried it anyways with out any luck. Guess Philips knew something like this would happen--but then again, I couldnt even update to THEIR firmware--with their own flashing util. sigh I guess my cdrw is good and bad. Good that it can copy anything I throw at it, and bad because it doesnt want to do it at 6x, 8x, 10x, or 12x. =( 4x4x16 (PCA460) Well, I hope that some of you guys can OC your cdrw's (if your willing to take that chance), Just lemme know if you find any info on OC'ing a Philips!! =) Seen a couple of 12/10 cdrw's for less than $100 us --although i'll probably buy the cheapest one and OC it.