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Jamie Woodhead on May 11, 2001
cd writer

i am about to buy an internal cd writer ,now i know all cd-rw's are 5 1/4 inch but i have measured my free drive bay and it is 5 3/4 inch is this right or am i just doing something wrong.

thankyou
Eric Georgieff on May 11, 2001
RE: cd writer

Jamie Woodhead,

I don't see how this could be possible. All computers come with two sizes of drive bay's (3 1/2" and 5 1/4"). Hence, I presume you are doing something wrong. If you already have a CD-Rom drive installed, the size of your bay is obviously 5 1/4", or it wouldn't fit either.

Make sure you are measuring only the size of the actual bay, and not the case that surrounds it. It may also be possible, though very unlikely, that your drives are mounted on rails so that they can fit inside a 5 3/4" drive.

I hope this answers your question,

Eric Georgieff
VENKAT on October 15, 2002
RE: cd writer

easy cd writer software 4 is not working with windows xp how to up grade the easy cd creator 4 to compatable version for windows xp.
regards
venkat
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