[olug] SCO UNIX/LINUX help needed

Trent Melcher tmelcher at saionline.com
Sun Jan 15 05:47:34 UTC 2006

That can happen very easily, it all depends on the speed of the drive
and the speed at which the cd was burned at.  I burned a CD of just a
bunch of pictures to give to my mom, she had an old 4X cdrom drive ( I
did know at the time) I gave her a cd which I burned at 16x and of
course it couldn't read it,  had to burn it at 4x for her drive to read


Trent Melcher 
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Securities America Financial Corporation 
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: olug-bounces at olug.org [mailto:olug-bounces at olug.org] On 
> Behalf Of olug at wjjeep.com
> Sent: Thursday, January 12, 2006 4:11 PM
> To: Omaha Linux User Group
> Subject: Re: [olug] SCO UNIX/LINUX help needed
> On Thu, Jan 12, 2006 at 01:49:38PM -0600, Jon H. Larsen wrote:
> > 1. Is the CD a Burned CD-R?  And how old is the CD?
> I've had experience whereby an old CD-ROM drive cannot read a 
> burned CD.  I suppose it is also important that the burned CD 
> be "finished off" when it is created.
> Phil
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