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Freecom 12x10x32 Burnproof

“Have now changed my PC to one based on Asus A7A266/Ali...”

Written on: 04/12/2001 by Ron. (1 review written)

Have now changed my PC to one based on Asus A7A266/Ali chipset mobo and find by experience and info from Freecom that there are problems with some boards or more likely chipsets, precluding satisfactory operation.
Whilst it writes (usually) it will not read either old Cd's or new, although they can be read on the other CD-DVD on the PC.
So beware.
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Freecom 12x10x32 Burnproof

“According to Windows, this is actually an NEC NR-7700A...”

Written on: 19/09/2001 by Rob. (1 review written)

According to Windows, this is actually an NEC NR-7700A drive

At the time of purchase, this was possibly the cheapest "Burnproof" drives- mine cost £100 including VAT and delivery from dabs.com

It seems to work pretty well, and the write speed seems fast. To be honest, my PC (a 1997 vintage Pentium 166) cannot keep up so it has yet to show it's true colours

I had no trouble copying data CDs, audio CDs or writing data to CDs. On a single occasion, an audio CD I burnt at 12x had pops on it… Read Full Review

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