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DVD burn through NERo

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i have nero smart. i cant burn DVD, it showing that burn fail at 8x. In my DVD showing 16x but i can see only 14x and 16 in nero for speed writing,
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Depends on your version of Nero, but the newer ones have an option available to test your burner, determine the highest reliable burning speed, and use that. Might be an option worth looking into, rather than just taking the default burn speeds.
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Also consider either IMGBurn http://www.imgburn.com/
or CDBurnerXP http://cdburnerxp.se/

Both are free and excellent.  Good tutorials can be found on both sites.

If you are getting failures that could be due to poor media.
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