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BESTEST DVD BURNER

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by hursty, Nov 27, 2004.

  1. hursty

    hursty Active member

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    LOOKING TO REPLACE CD/DVD BURNER,TO LAZY TO DO RESEARCH,WHICH IS THE BEST AT AN AFFORDABLE PRICE,AROUND £70 ENGLISH POUNDS.MUCH APPRECIATED.
     
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  3. hursty

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    thanks for that,checked it out,not sure it is suitable for my pc.i have a old hard drive with windows me 2000,which uses fat32 disk file system,which is not capable of dealing with single files above 4gb,which will cause me problems creating iso's/images during burning.so am not sure it will work ok.also i have nero 6,which i am told has a few problems in recognizing the 108???i dont want purchase a burner that wont do the job.
     
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    Still I like Lite-On and plextor I always say PC World reviews at least will get started in the right direction!!
     
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    Pioneer 108 will work on any pc and operating system.I would look at upgrading your operating system to get the full value of playing with dvd formats.Lite-on drives are good as well as klinger mentions i have one myself.Not sure about pc world though i don't deal with them there to expensive and on the occasion's i have been in the stores half the staff have not a clue about anything.
     
  6. hursty

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    i have a copy windows xp,but my hard drive is old and wont support it,so i am stuck with windows me for now,cant afford to upgrade it.
     
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    I meant PCWorld.com Most people in most of your retail stores don't know there ass from a hole in the ground!!
     
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    thanks,but me is from uk,and want to but locally
     

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