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Adjust write speeds in Roxio ECDC

Discussion in 'CD-R' started by janice687, Aug 20, 2004.

  1. janice687

    janice687 Member

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    I just installed an update to Roxio ECDC 5 that came pre-installed on my system. Now it won't let me burn at a rate slower than 24X. I want to try to burn at a much slower speed so that I reduce the potential for erors on my audio disc's so that perhaps they won't skip in my car stereo. Thank you for any help you can provide!
     
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    I have Roxio ECDC 6 and usually after you click the burn button, a menu pops up. In that menu you should be able to adjust the speed.
     
  3. janice687

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    Prior to the program update, I could change the speed there as well. Now it won't let me select any speed but 24X.
     
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    Nephilim Moderator Staff Member

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    Hi,

    A reinstall of Roxio may do the trick :)
     
  5. Shoey

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    A complete uninstall of RoxIo Easy CD Cream(a)tor would get the job done. Seriously, I and many others despise Roxio products as they "sometimes" conflict with ASPI layer. Try free buring programs like burnatonce, DeepBurner :)

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