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    how long on average does it take you to burn a dvd using nero because mine can take up to 3hours is that correct can some1 please tell me??

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    This may be something directly related to your previous questioon about processes running in the background. Depending on your write speed it should not take more than 15 minutes I would assume. I burn at 16X and I can burn a single layer in around 7 minutes. Nreo has been known to have error issues. I have noticed Nero errors out if I have too much crap going on at the same time. But when it does, I usually have a crap load of stuff running at the same time.
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    same here, 15 min or so, using Nero.

    but, Nero eats up memory. check your task manager.

    shut down programs you aren't using when attempting to burn.

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    It takes me around 15 to 20 mins burning at 8x. I dont like to burn them at 16x always seem to have some errors with skipping.

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    Yea, it takes me about 13 minutes with 4x since i don't like to risk a coaster burning @ higher speeds. It may have to do with background apps. Try burning with nothing but the burning program.

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    I was going to say 11 inches, then decided to read the first post.. It all depends what sort of DVD disk you use too.. on mine the -R seem to take longer than the +R

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    3 hours? thats alot
    maybe checking(upgrading) your drives firmware
    might help

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    Quote Originally Posted by manofstyle View Post
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    Well your a lot of help MR. Rep point . Plus 6 eh ?

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    i don't know what the question at hand is asking really. it takes me 6.5 mins for a data dvd, but it takes anywhere between 105-120 mins to burn a dvd. which consists of converting then burning a high quality dvd.
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    3 hours?! maybe you're also recoding it (if you're burning a movie)....

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