I just bought a new (SCSI)Panasonic CD-R unit from one of those auction sites. I like the drive but it did not come with any software or wires. I had no problem installing it and my system recognized it just fine. I can access a cd in it.
I have tried to write to a CD-R disk with no success! If I have a blank CD-R disk in the drive, my system keeps trying to read it with no success because it is blank. Is this because I have no software loaded to accomplish this with or should win98 be able to write to it?
If I need drivers or software - Where do I get this???
Like I said in my comment above, Adaptec has the best software for those drives... Like waneb copied, go her efor it:
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