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By tstam ·
i have a cdrw iomagic 4x4x32 no drivers came with it.
it uses mode 4

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by pol In reply to cdrw

so ... a u looking for drivers or what ???
you can find drivers
on
http://www.iomagic.com/Newweb/drivers/cd-roms/cdrw4x4.htm

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by tstam In reply to cdrw

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by aplustoz In reply to cdrw

Beyond drivers, you will probably need a program such as Adaptec Easy CD creator (one of the later versions that allows for Re-Writers as well as writing disks).

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by tstam In reply to cdrw

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by chris In reply to cdrw

If this is an IDE device as I suspect it is, then it does not need any extra drivers installed. The system IDE device drivers will work for it. If you can read a CD in it then the drivers are working ok. If you want to write CDs then you'll need software such as Adaptec's Easy CD Creator Deluxe or something. This will allow you to write CD-Rs and CD-RWs.
If you can't read CDs then make sure you have the jumper settings set correctly on the drive (Master/slave etc).

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by tstam In reply to cdrw

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by TedBovis In reply to cdrw

All the answers look good to me! However I would forget Adaptec easy CD and go for NERO from http://www.ahead.de/ (Don't worry the site is in English!) This has some excellent functions. Overburn being one of them allowing you so squeeze that littlebit extra onto the CD than normall. Oh and like the other answers say you won't need any special drivers if its IDE and only scsi drivers for your card if it's SCSI, Make sure that your jumpers are correct master or slave, chain is terminated is scsi.
Have fun burning!!!

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by tstam In reply to cdrw

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by tim.culham In reply to cdrw

For the finer points on buring go to www.gamecopyworld.com (even if it is not games you want to copy). They will give you info on burining oversized discs, copy protected ones etc. The drivers are available on Iomega's website or link to it from www.windrivers.com.

Adaptec Ez-cd is great for 99% of the copies. For difficult CD's, try Snapshot/DAO (www.goldenhawk.com), CDRWin (www.goldenhawk.com) or Nero (www.ahead.de)
They all have their advantages...Choose what works best for you!

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