[QUOTE=pepst;2519858]Try to burn them with some desktop burner (even older CD-R burners should do the job) - the results most likely will be much better.[/QUOTE]
Offtopic, but I’m just curious First of all, thanks for helping me.
I’ve searched backup for this claim, but I can’t find much about it. I can imagine slimline burners have worse burning quality because of their strict dimension guidelines, but I can’t find any facts. Is there anyone who knows why those drives are outperformed by normal ones? Better suspension (my drive quite often resonates when burning), better/faster aligning, better tracking?
Oh, and I was reading that topic about that very slow write speed are bad. How does this apply with laptop burners? Should I burn at 24x as that is half the speed of the media or is a bit lower probably better?
Oh, and please don’t tell me I should burn with a laptop burner at all, I will for these 90 minute CDs. Sometimes it’s just not possible or very inconvenient, as I have only a laptop, no desktop, and letting others burn it for me is not always possible.