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Yea, it's either tip upside down and spill all the crumbs or stick a knife in it. Not as fun as it sounds really...

Also, toasters that are too shallow and miss the top inch of your bread
post #12 of 34
Yeah and i still have to burn the discs at 8x for them to last more than a month anyways.
post #13 of 34
Eh? I've had two 22x LiteON DVD burners lurking in my PC for around a year until I changed the case, ran out of room and put a Blu Ray drive in there instead
The maximum I've ever managed to get them to is 18x.
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Yeah, 22x drives have been around for about a year.

I have a 22x Pioneer in mine.

But we have no 22x discs anyway.
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post #15 of 34
Dunno if it's my LG DVD burner or the Memorex DVD+R discs I buy, but for some reason if I burn DVD+R's (or DVD-R's) higher than 8x, the disc will skip when played back. 8x or below, it's fine. I could have sworn it was a general rule of thumb to not burn DVDs higher than 8x anyway, because of generally slow Read times when it comes to Writing the data onto the disc?
Edited by Diabolical999 - 12/20/08 at 7:17am
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Dunno if it's my LG DVD burner or the Memorex DVD+R discs I buy, but for some reason if I burn DVD+R's (or DVD-R's) higher than 8x, the disc will skip when played back. 8x or below, it's fine. I could have sworn it was a general rule of thumb to not burn DVDs higher than 8x anyway, because of generally slow Read times when it comes to Writing the data onto the disc?
To make it short and sweet, memorex dvds are total crap. I bought them originally because #1 they were cheaper and #2 I'm a cheap person; I could not burn them at 16x at all, could burn maybe 1/2 of the ones I had at 8x, it's even worse with CDs... you can add that with the fact that I bought a ton at the time...

Since then I've gone to Sony DVDs and CDs. It really is amazing, I've never had a single problem with them at all.

And yes, you shouldn't burn DVDs at 16x anyway, actually you really shouldn't be burning them at 8x either but I was impatient....

I will PM you this to make SURE you got it....don't want you to make the mistake as me and buy more crap from that atrocious company.
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Yeah because most DVDs found in stores only really do like 16x.
even so I have been able to burn at 18-20x I believe it is using a 16x disk.
Edited by rx7speed - 12/21/08 at 7:14am
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post #18 of 34
Anything over 8x you risk data corruption. Archival DVDs usually are limited to 8X.

I personally don't use DVDs anymore. With hard drives so cheap, I use HDs for doing backups, and flash drives for any data transporting. DVDs are lame. Face the facts. Unless you bootleg movies you don't really need blank DVDs anymore.
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post #19 of 34
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Yea, it's either tip upside down and spill all the crumbs or stick a knife in it. Not as fun as it sounds really...

Also, toasters that are too shallow and miss the top inch of your bread
Or the ones were your thick cut bread won't actually fit in at all
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Or the ones were your thick cut bread won't actually fit in at all
I ended up getting a pretty decent toaster for college. It's only a Dual-Slice (I was thinking of updating to the Quad for better multi-toasting) but it does like a 30 second run on ToastMark 08, so I'm content with it for now. I may try to volt mod it and see what it can really do.
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