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BTC BCO 4816IM Driver
You will be happy to know it did quite well: The Lite-On went to about the minute mark before the first C2 error showed up, 16 minutes before C2 errors started consistently showing, and 20 minutes before it slowed down. At that point it slowed down pretty considerably, but still kept going solidly. After it passed the damaged portion of the disc BTC BCO 4816IM slowly sped back up again but never BTC BCO 4816IM return to the pre-damaged section speeds.
I guess the Lite-On lost trust in the disc.
Compare this to the COM that started showing C2 errors consistently at the 9-minute mark. BTC BCO 4816IM, it didn't slow down as much as the Lite-On.
The option doesn't appear to be greyed out, e. You can check the box, but it fails at the start of the test with an "Error initializing BTC BCO 4816IM message. And I stumbled across one grammatic error: I don't see any such error! RPC1 drives do not have built-in hardware support for region management.
BTC BCO4816IM User Manual
BTC BCO 4816IM Jack By plugging in the stereo mini jack here, you can listen to an audio disc directly playing from the drive with headphones. Headphone Volume Control This rotary knob adjusts the volume level of the headphone output.
Turning the wheel to the right will increase the audio volume. Disc Tray This is the tray for the disc.
Analog Audio Output Connector This connector allows you to connect the drive to your sound card with a 4-pin audio cable. Dodecahedron asked me that one also in a private correspondence.
I have to give you the same answer that I gave BTC BCO 4816IM This is the first I ever heard of it also. I recall reading somewhere that CAV writing which your comparison LiteOn drive uses has advantages for this mode.
This may explain part of the problems. CAV should make for faster random access time since the drive doesn't need to speed up and slow down as the pickup head moves across the disc.
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Would that make enough difference to explain my results? Certainly not for the Mt.
Rainier tests, but it might contribute meaningfully for some of the other modes. It does for session writing, but I don't have any way to determine what it uses during packet writing. Otherwise there's no point.