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Ok, what the HELL! (105 & Nero&PrimoDVD)
Ok, what the HELL! (105 & Nero&PrimoDVD) –
Ok this is getting annoying now, i just bought the Pioneer 105, installed it, ran nero and it will let me only burn at 2x (wtf i bought this so i could burn at 4x!!!)
So i figured ok, what the hell ill try prassi, Started prassi, and guess what "Runtime Error '9' Subscript out of range" wtf is that!!!!!!!!
Someone please help, ima kill myself if i just wasted Â£250 !!!
actually you would've only wasted 50 pounds...the 2x drive sells for like 200 i think...so you only wasted the money you paid to go to 4x, but anyway...mine works just fine...try upgrading firmware i guess...
Perhaps your Media is only 2x compatible B/c 105 works fine on my bud's PC with Nero 5510 st 4x without a problem..
My 105 "runs" in 4x as well, in both Nero and Primo, must be your settings somewhere.
Try to update both programs, might do the trick.
PrimoDVD doesnt support 105s, not fully at least.
get Stomp RecordNow MAX, and the newest fimrware update (but beware, it doesnt let cheap media burn at 2x or 4x).
that should solve it
Record Now Max v4.5 works fine with the 105 at firmware rev 1.00 and 4x media. Could the old pirate copy of CDRwin interfere with it? or just your media.. I would verify the media using the Nero utility, it's probably just 2x media.
Im using my 105, burnproggie; Prassi PrimoDVD right now.
U just have to do the upgrade for the proggie, then it will be fully compatible.
Prassi PrimoDVD works perfect for me on my 105 @ 4x and 2x and 1x
DVR - 105 fw: 1.21
REcord now ----> OK
Nero 5510 ------> OK
Padus discjugler 4.01.1056 ----> OK
Alchool 120% 1.40.114 ----> OK
Media ritek 4x
Test Media with this (per Pioneer--Japan)
Test Media with this (per Pioneer--Japan) –
Unzip to a folder and run it. Load the media, select your drive, then click "Extras" and "Disc Info" from the drop down list. It will read the info that the 105 does to determine (among other things) at what speeds the media should be written.