HP CD Writer 7200 Plus (intern)
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HP part number: 7200i C4380A Interface: 7200I EIDE-(ATAPI) with MMC Loading mechanism: Tray Transfer rates: Read: 1 X, 2 X, 4 X, 6 X*(1x=150 kB/s) Write: 1 X, 2 X (CD-R); 2 X (CD-RW):Buffering 1 MB (more than 3 sec at 1X speed)1 Write methods: Track at once Disc at once Incremental (packet) MultiSession acc.: Orange Book part 2 Logical Recording format: UDF and ISO 9660 Media: CD-RW or CD-R
120mm disc Disc listed capacity: 74 minutes Data capacity: 681,984,000 bytes Disc listed capacity: 63 minutes Data capacity: 580,608,000 bytes 80mm disc Disc listed capacity: 21 minutes Data capacity: 193,536,000 bytes Disc listed capacity: 18 minutes Data capacity: 165,888,000 bytes
Sustained Transfer rates
1 X read/write Mode 2, Form 2 or Audio: 175KB/sec. Data (Mode 1 or Mode 2, Form 1): 150KB/sec. 2 X read/write Mode 2, Form 2 or Audio: 350KB/sec. Data (Mode 1 or Mode 2, Form 1): 300KB/sec. 6 X read only Mode 2, Form 2 or Audio: 1.05 MB/sec. Data (Mode 1 or Mode 2, Form 1): 900KB/sec.* Minimum Burst Transfer rate: 2.5 Mbytes/sec. Spin-in time (2 X)2: 3 seconds max. Initialization time (2 X)3: 5 seconds max. Disc Finalization time (2 X): 2 minutes max.
Firmware version 3.01 for HP CD-Writer Plus 7200 Drives Download
This firmware update fixes the following issues:
- Disc at Once (DAO) writes a bad TOC (Table of Contents) on audio CD's.
- During the dummy write process (or sometimes referred to as 'write emulation'), the drive would (unintentionally) write something to the calibration area of a CD-Recordable disc. This would render an unusable disc after performing 99 times a dummy write to the same disc.
- Disc type ID is read from the disc (PMA lead-in). This can prevent the option of being able on other recordable drives to append to a disc that has been written by the "HP CD-Writer 7100 series"
- Some problems have been observed with resetting a computer system that runs Windows NT 4.0: Sometimes after resetting this system, the drive would not respond correctly, which then resulted in the fact that the disc is not visible in the Windows Explorer.
- Playing Video CD discs under Win 95 renders choppy video (video breaks up, jerky movement)
- Certain Toshiba drives cannot read discs because of an error in the Table of Contents (TOC)
- Issue that causes multi session CD-R's created with the 7100 and 7200 products to be unreadable by a large majority of CD-ROM devices.
- Multi Read Pre-gap
- 6x video Read.