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Old 27 Feb 2008, 04:38 AM   #1
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Default ImgBurn v2.4.0.0 How about adding this...

Under TOOLS> SETTINGS> READ

The ability to manually set a read speed... 2x, 4x, 6x, etc.

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Old 27 Feb 2008, 04:55 AM   #2
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mine has it there?
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Old 27 Feb 2008, 08:34 AM   #3
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It's there under the main Mode --> ISO Read GUI.

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It's weird really... you'd think that putting it on the main GUI screen like where the 'Write Speed' one is would have made it more visible, not less.
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Old 29 Feb 2008, 12:20 AM   #5
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And I especially like were you can set the speed for MAX, associated with the media you have, and Imgburn will run at max and being burnproof.

Great product LIGHTING UK, especially version 2.4.0.0.

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I guess I'm confused about the two places to set read speed.

Why two?

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The option on the left is for video and the one on the right is for audio.
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I was gonna say, "double the pleasure, double the fun", but I won't.
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I was gonna say, "double the pleasure, double the fun", but I won't.
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You change your PC specs as often as you change your underwear....
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that's his old computer?????

maybe not

I know he's had the 4 gigs for a while

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It's been that way for a couple of months now loceng, where you been, (LOL). I change my underwear a little more often than that. It's either adding a server, which I have most of the stuff for or giving my wife this computer & going Quad when they come down a little more & I find somewhere to put it. This upgrading disease is enough to drive a man to .
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I was referring to the switch from Intel to AMD....
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Yes that has been a couple of months. It is hard to remember the changes, but I think that is when I changed from 4 x 1 gig sticks to 2 x 2 gig sticks. I think it is going to stay this way for a little while at least.

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