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DVD Decrypter Write Rate

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  1. Supra320

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    I am using DVD Shrink 3.2 and DVD Decrypter to backup my DVDs, however the whole process takes about an hour per movie (which isnt bad), but I am wondering why I can't write the DVD faster. I have an 8x writable drive, and 8x DVD+R Ridata disks. If I set DVD Decrypter to anything above 4x speed it will not make it through the buring without an error. And even at 4x setting the highest it ever gets to is writing speed of 2.2x or 2.3x. Is there anything I can do to burn the disks faster and successfully?
     
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    What make/model burner and what firmware version is installed?
     
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    I am using:
    [bold]LITEON DVD-ROM LTD163D [/bold]to read
    [bold]NU DVDRW DDW-082[/bold] to write

    DVD Shrink 3.2.0.15 to encode and compress
    DVD Decrypter 3.5.1.0 to write

    My system is 1.66 GHz

    I am using Ritek Ridata 8x DVD+R disks

    Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated.
    _X_X_X_X_X_[small]-Supra320

    DVDXCopy SUCKS!![/small]
     
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    It says I have the Firmware "B370"

    On the Firmware link it shows this:

    [bold]NU DVDRW DDW-082 - B360, B361, B362, B364, B370, B373, B375, B377 [/bold]

    I assuming that means "B377" is the newest version (aka the one I should use), but I just wanted to check with you first since, it says it could damage my drive if not done correctly.

    Also, if I am supposed to update, what do you reccommend then? Should I try setting the burning speed to 8x again? Is there anything else I should do first?

    Thanks a million for your help!
     
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