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Old Feb 01, 2004, 02:19 PM
MEGA MEGA is offline
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thanxs every1 4 the input but whats weird i can burn the same riteks on my sony dru500a firmware 2.0g and they will work on my xbox
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Old Feb 22, 2004, 04:13 PM
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hi , ive just got my self a NEC 2500a drive and i am having the same problem,
im using ritek disks as well,
these disks dont seem to be Compatable with the drive, if i burn a film on my pioneer 105 they playback fine by not with my NEC 2500a .
if i burn a disk with my NEC 2500a any try to make a image of this burned disk on my hard drive my DVD-ROM drive is having a hard time reading the disk, it takes nearly twice as long as it should do! its like the disk is full of errors
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Old Feb 22, 2004, 07:07 PM
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Mines fine guys ? im using orange over prints and the film reel ones and both work fine , also got the verbs which burn at 8x and they work in my xbox
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Old Feb 23, 2004, 03:19 PM
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[i]Originally posted by PhilEnfield [/i]
[B]If you have managed to ... "burn some cheap media 4x media and they worked fine on the xbox", ........ it has to be your media.

Have you tried another type of Ritek G04 ?
..... and/or have you tried burning your "frosted 4X" at 2 X or 1X ?

Also ... do you know what make of drive you have in the XBOX ? [/B]
You mean it has to be your drive? The same media plays fine when burnt with the sony, Ive had 2 of these drives and both had the same problems with ritek media, aint a problem no more as ive exchanged it for a 107 and the same media burns fine and plays on everything.
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Old Feb 23, 2004, 03:34 PM
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The XBOX has 3 different DVD Drives. 1. Thomson 2. Philips 3. Samsung. The Samsung is generally considered the most flexible of the 3 and will read just about any cheap CD-R or DVD-R that you throw at it.
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Old Feb 23, 2004, 04:00 PM
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[B]You mean it has to be your drive? The same media plays fine when burnt with the sony, Ive had 2 of these drives and both had the same problems with ritek media, aint a problem no more as ive exchanged it for a 107 and the same media burns fine and plays on everything. [/B]
Yep .... I agree it does seem to be apparent now that the 2500a has a problem with Riteks .... I am picking this up across various forums.
I wonder is this just a firmware issue or is it the drive itself.
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