Memorex 98861 Blu-ray Writer Multi-Format 6X - External Slim
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- Multi-format Blu-ray, DVD and CD burning
- Capable of reading and playing Blu-ray, DVD and CD discs
- High Speed USB 2.0 data transfer interface in a small, stylish enclosure
- USB-powered for portability – eliminating the need for an external AC adapter
- Includes CyberLink BD Suite Software – to write and backup files
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The Memorex External Slim USB 2.0 Multi-Format Blu-Ray Writer lets you save data to Blu-ray, DVD or CD media. Powered by USB, you can write or record HD videos, back-up hard drives, or archive volumes of data at 6X BD-R write speeds. The lightweight, compact design makes it extremely portable. The included CyberLink BD Software Suite provides powerful tools to edit content, write data, and label discs.
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Spent several hours troubleshooting so far.
USB power, means that some laptops have trouble supplying enough power.
With my 2 year old Toshiba Laptop Win7 it just cycles in & out of being recognized as indicated by the system ding sound. (Much like any USB or Firewire device when it is first recognized or detached.)
On my desktops Win7 64bit, the supplied older CyberLink PowerDVD v.10 software generally locks up the system.
I have modified the free VLC Player to work with Blu-Ray, and it works partially.
The drive seems to freeze & buffer over and over at times.
In simply copying Blu-Ray file data, it hangs up (perhaps encryption instead of poor reading ability).
The actual drive is a Pioneer BDR-TD03, first produced several years ago. It was packaged in numerous housings, like the Memorex Slim 6X Bly-Ray Burner that I just bought in Oct of 2012. Hopefully things have improved over the years.