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  1. My Sony's DVD laser quite recognizing DVDs. Luckily I had 1 week left on my warranty.
    I use my Sony to rip, write, and play DVDs. I rip 7 or 9 DVDs a week and write around 10 DVD-Rs a week also.
    My other ROM is just a Liteon 52x CD-RW.

    My question is, should I replace my CD-RW with a DVD-ROM or a CD-RW/DVD combo drive for ripping?

    I could use the more expensive Sony for doing its main job, (writing DVD-Rs), and using a CD-RW/DVD drive for ripping.

    What do you think about spreading the work load between 2 ROMs to possibly extending the drives life?

    I'm thinking of getting the Liteon combo drive.

    Thanks for any input.

    Pac
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  2. Since it appears that you have the money, just use your dvd writer for writing dvd's and get a second cd-rw/dvdrom for ripping/writing cd's/watching dvd's. It will save your dvd writer in the long run.
    Hunting, sure i'll go hunting. When is cow season?
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  3. where is the best place to get a CD-RW/DVD cos im after one myself
    Ta
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