NEC ND-1100A Review

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siiix's review of NEC ND-1100A

★★☆☆☆

“The NEC ND-1100A would be the best drive for the...”

Written on: 29/12/2004 by siiix (1 review written)

Good Points
Easy to use Compatible with anything Fast

Bad Points
After a short time most of the drives stop recognising DRDR's , with me it was 2 months (warranty 30days). Everything else works fine. The solution was to flash the rom and burn a new unofficial program that is a modified version of the nd-1300a - now it works wonderfully.

General Comments
The NEC ND-1100A would be the best drive for the money ($50 for a DVDRW drive is great), if you would not have to fix it yourself later. I read of the same problem all over the internet, most people just buy a new one, I got lucky and could fix the problem (after several months of trying and research).

I did not experience the slowness problem at all, its an amazingly fast and quiet drive and it has never burned a cdr that did not work perfectly.

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  • 6 - 12 Months

    Time DVD Writer Owned

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Omega Weapon's Response to siiix's Review

Written on: 04/08/2006

I just got one from a friend who has been saying he has the same problems as everybody else. I'm interested in how you fixed yours(what programs you used and where you got them from). Are there any manuals to help fix it? I'm kinda a noob at this kinda thing so anyhelp would be great!

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Siiix's Response to siiix's Review

Written on: 07/08/2006

my rewiew was on 29th Dec 2004, sorry but i barely remember, since then i changed DVDrw drive 2x, look for that bios on the internet, i do not have that anymore and links we cant post here anyways, google - that how i found it, you can get a used DVDrw this days for like $30 and a reader for $10, you have to know if that $20 diference is worth the trouble

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