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Old 9 Jul 2007, 04:21 PM   #1
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Question-2 +R book-type for +R media?

due to most of my players being able to read -ROM book-typed (default) burns on +R media, but one not wanting to read most i throw at it, i want to try burning my +R media as +R; not -ROM.

as illustrated here: i should be able to, but the +R option is not available under +R media. Normal, -ROM, and +RW are the only options given.

i tried setting the +R book-type to normal, but that still resulted in a -ROM disc.

Lite-On SHOW-1633S (BS0Y); ImgBurn
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Old 11 Jul 2007, 12:54 AM   #2
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Booktype stuff for liteon drives is automatic with

You'd need to go into the settings and disable it (in the 'Write' tab) for it to leave the booktype alone - then it'll go by whatever the drive settings are.
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