burning A cd

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If I burn at 40x
would a 4x drive be able to read it?
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some odd reason Google doest work it "timed out"
msn returned no results

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> program-nero 6
> If I burn at 40x
> would a 4x drive be able to read it?
> Thanks in advance
>

Don't see why it wouldn't read it. Of course, I have no idea what type of CD you are burning.

Worst case, it doesn't work, and you are out one cd.

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> program-nero 6
> If I burn at 40x
> would a 4x drive be able to read it?
> Thanks in advance

Of course you can read it. The speed at which a CD is burned has absolutely no bearing on what speed of drive can read it.

-Wren

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> Of course you can read it. The speed at which a CD is burned
> has absolutely no bearing on what speed of drive can read
> it.

ok I heard somewhere that Burning Cds fast would jump pits on the CDs causing them unreadable by very old drives


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