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MATTS from London with Tosh 100 - please read

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Justin, Jan 17, 2002.

  1. Justin

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    MATTS from London with Tosh 100. You said in a post last year that you had got your Tosh SD100e to read CDR's. Which make are those, and which CD burner / software did you use??

    Also - anyone know if the Tosh SD100e will read DVD-R, DVD+RW, DVD-RW ???

    Thanks

    J
     
  2. Justin

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    Anyone else know?
     
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    Justin,

    The CD was a maxell - i've got some at work here somewhere.
    I'll find one and post another reply giving the number.

    This is the only one I've found to work. The other guys that posted a thread were correct!
     
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    Justin,

    Right - the CDR that plays is a Maxell CD-R 74XL (650 MB) and the burner software used is Nero Burning ROM.

    Please buy one disc first and try it! Hope this helps.
     
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    Matt,

    Multiregion Magic (www.multiregionmagic.co.uk) are also doing some CDRs at £8.99 (+£6 p&p!) that work on Tosh SD100.

    Thanks

    Justin.

    When I find someone who has a DVD recorder I'll try DVD-R / DVD+RW on it and see if they work aswell.
     

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