View Full Version : How Can I find out my CD-ROMs Speed?
11-22-2000, 08:50 PM
I have a cdrom drive that I haven't used in a while and I need to know what speed it is. I think it is 8x, but am not sure. There is nothing that gives me any clue physically on the drive. However I know very little about computers and understand that I may have missed something. Bottom line is I need all of you to give me some clue as to what speed my cdrom is.
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11-22-2000, 09:13 PM
Sometimes the model number printed on the case will give you a clue, if not, look for the drivers for it by the model number, and the driver page might list the speed. You might also be able to download a manual fron the manufacturer's website, usually the same place they have drivers posted.
Win Drivers (http://www.windrivers.com) and WinFiles (http://www.winfiles.com) are two of the best driver sites around.
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11-24-2000, 02:11 AM
http://www.cdspeed2000.com/ should answer your question, just download there benchmark utlity.
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