Can a DVD-RW burn DVD+RW disks

  Splodge 23:04 04 Aug 2003

Further to a previous thread:
I have a LITE-ON LTR-24102B DVD of specifications which burns CD-RW discs to a maximum of 700Mb as below:

24x ( Zone-CLV ) Record, 10x ( CLV ) Re-Write & 40x ( CAV ) Read technology
E-IDE Interface, support all PIO, DMA, Ultra-DMA modes
Innovated SMART-BURN technology to avoid from buffer under run Error & automatically adjust writing strategy plus running OPC to meet various CD-R / RW media burning condition
Innovated SMART-X technology, support high speed Digital Audio Extraction ( DAE ) and VCD data extraction
Supporting Plug&Play; Emergency manual eject
Supporting Fixed & Variable Packet, TAO, SAO, DAO, Raw Mode, Over-Burn
Read/Write all formats CD, CD-R, CD-RW Disc up to 99 mins ( Orange Book Part 2 & 3 )
Easy-Tray® design for both horizontally & vertically use
Gear-Driven tray disc-loading Mechanism to Improve reliability & life, no any belt-loose belt-broken issue
VAS® ( Vibration Absorber System Mechanisam ) to reduce vibration & noise during read & write

Speed :
24x ( 3600KB/sec ) Z-CLV Write CD-R ( 16X, [email protected], [email protected] )
10x High-Speed ( 1500KB/sec ) CLV Rewrite CD-RW
40x max ( 6000KB/sec ) CAV ( 16x ~ 40x ) Read CD-ROM Speed
Interface :
ATAPI / E-IDE, support up to Ultra-DMA Mode2 ( 33.3MB/sec )
Burst Transfer Rate :
Support up to Ultra-DMA Mode2 ( 33.3MB/sec )
Access Time :
120ms ( typical )
Buffer Size :
System Requirement :
CPU Pentium 166MHz above, Memory 32MB Required; 64MB Recommanded
Support Operating System :
Windows 95 / 98 / NT / ME / XP / 2000
Disc Format :
: All CD-ROM formats both 8cm & 12cm discs ( up to 99 mins )
MTBF ( Life ) :
70,000 Power On Hours with 25% Duty
Audio :
S/N >= 60dB
Earphone >= 0.3Vrms @ 1KHz

Will it accept the 4.7Gb disks and burn on them?

  hugh-265156 01:21 05 Aug 2003

you have a cd drive so no you cant.

you will need a dvd burner to burn 4.7 gig discs.

  Jester2K II 08:50 05 Aug 2003

I know i said start a new thread but i thought i'd made it clear that the LITE ON is NOT a DVD Writer. Its a CD Writer.

Your mixing your terms again. Please be careful with this as it might make this thread as confussing as the last.

You don't have a


You have a


The other Panasonic DVD-106 is a DVD PLAYER - this won't record DVDs either.

  TBH1 12:05 05 Aug 2003

I noticed this has been ticked - - - - is there a solution ??
Jester2K II - - having read this one, and the 'other' one, I am putting your name down for a medal mate - - your tenacity a lesson to us all ;-)

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