aviationwiz wrote:Rule 13:Do not duplicate questions or problems that have been already answered. Looking through the CDRLabs FAQ may also be of some help to answer your question. Also refrain from asking questions that can be easily found by searching the net using a Google powered search engine such as Yahoo. (i.e. Don’t ask for a manufacturer’s website or Ask where you can buy CD’s online.)
One of the last people I would expect to not do a simple search first.
aviationwiz wrote: You get what you pay for.
Ian wrote:You have been brainwashed by the Apple propaganda machine! There is no hope for you. You might as well buy a VW bus and grow your hair long like other Mac lovers.
Ian wrote:(I'm kidding here. I own an iMac... that hasn't been powered in in more than a year).
aviationwiz wrote:Does anyone know who makes the 8x Superdrive found in the new PowerMac G5's, and also, what model is it?
dolphinius_rex wrote:I suppose apples/macs might be good for people who aren't techie in any way. I could never handle not being able to get into the guts of the software. Plus, no nifty CD/DVD tools!! I'd go crazy!! (or.... more crazy )
Alejandra wrote:dolphinius_rex wrote:I suppose apples/macs might be good for people who aren't techie in any way. I could never handle not being able to get into the guts of the software. Plus, no nifty CD/DVD tools!! I'd go crazy!! (or.... more crazy )
Well if you are a Unixish you can manage with cdrtools and gui packages in X11.
But it's true, Toast is not perfect, I had some probs with SVCD burned in Toast, my DVD-Player didn't like it.
dolphinius_rex wrote:There are no equivilants of Nero Info Tool, Nero CD/DVD Speed, Nero Drive Speed, K-Probe, DVDInfoPro, Smartburn, Plextools.... the list oes on
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