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Free ASUS CRWA Firmware driver download. 1 firmwares found. Just Download Now. ASUS CRWA supports 32X CD-R and 12X HS-RW while TDK Cyclone The ASUS CRWA drive also features advanced mechanical .. mode at the following CD protections: SafeDisc , LaserLock 1/2 and. Results 1 - 15 of 54 - Download drivers for ASUS CRW A, CRW a, CRW ? Version: ; Os: Firmware; Download: ASUS CRWA CDROM.


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Asus CRW-3212A 1.00 Driver

A binary search method for pre-gap and index mark extraction will be selected in this case which has to play a sector before the sub-channel data can Asus CRW-3212A 1.00 retrieved.

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Force using the Asus CRW-3212A 1.00 R-W sub-channel reading mode for audio and data tracks. Trying to write CD-TEXT data with recorders that do not support this feature usually results in an error message at the beginning of the recording process and in real write mode the medium will be unusable.

If the drive does not support packed R-W sub-channel writing the drive does not support the L-EC data creation and interleaving for R-W sub-channel data you will have to specify this option. Cdrdao will perform all the encoding and write in raw R-W mode.

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If the drive does not support the raw R-W writing mode, too, it is not possible to write sub-channel data. It uses the Asus CRW-3212A 1.00 writing interface where the driver has to provide the PQ sub-channel data in addition to the audio data. This writing mode allows using part of the lead-out area for audio data since the drive's firmware has no chance to prevent this.

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Of course, you will get some error message at the end of writing when the CD-R capacity is exhausted. Lastly as the package says the drive is "XP" compatible which was Asus CRW-3212A 1.00 from our test results, since the drive worked without any problems at UDMA mode. On the front of the drive there are the "ASUS" Asus CRW-3212A 1.00 the "32x12x40" logos.

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For Asus CRW-3212A 1.00 up the UDMA33 mode you just have to remove the middle jumper: The drive was a January model with firmware revision v1. We used the newer build of Nero 5. Note that the tested firmware revision v1.

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ASUS said that with future firmware upgrade will support the 24x writing speed. The photo below comes from Nero when we tryied to burn a 99 min blank media. The maximum reading speed of the Asus CRW-3212A 1.00 is 40x CAV.

The exact writing speeds are 4x, 8x, 12, 16x, 20x CLV and 32x 20xx. The re-writing speeds are 4x, 8x and 10x. The drive doesn't support Mt.

Rainier format. The 32x writing speed range is divided in 3 zones: The drive starts writing at 20x from the lead-in area till Asus CRW-3212A 1.00, shifts up to 24x at 16mins and lastly shifts to 32x at 40mins and stays there until the end.

The drive will write almost all CDs at 32x, even lower quality media. This included: The software supplied with the drive was Nero v5. The Asus CRW-3212A 1.00 package will be available at The tray of the drive is blue and has the "TDK"logo.

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On the front panel you will also find two leds, the eject button, the headphone jack and the volume selector. As usual the tray has a fluorescent blue color adding a special hue to Asus CRW-3212A 1.00 drive: There are 3 jumpers at the left of the back. The 2 jumpers on the left are not used factory reservedand the third is being used for making the drive working Asus CRW-3212A 1.00 UDMA33 mode.

If you remove the third jumper, the drive works at PIO-Mode4 mode - which is suggested in case your CDs are un-readable: We used WinXP for the recording tests.

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