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    i have just installed my new burner a pioneer 111d firmware 1.29....i says it can burn 1-16 times,but when i try to burn with shrink and nero enabled it only will do 4x? and btw iam using taiyo yuden tygo2....
    my other burner is a samsung tsst corp and it will burn at 2x no problem? is there a setting that i can change it?

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    Put a blank disc in the drive before choosing your burn speed and see if this helps.


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    the allowable burn speeds are controlled by the burner's firmware. nero info tool, dvddecrypter and imgburn will give you that information if you insert a blank disk in the pioneer

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