Most probably this is a software solution that copies the CD-ROM to theQuote:> I'm not kidding, I saw a 100x CDROM drive (as it claim) for sale when
> I was in Taiwan? (I guess not really 100x, but somehow its cache or some
> machenics could let it speed up and much faster than other 24x CDROM
> drive) I think the company is "systex" or something?
> Any comment on this CDROM drive? Thanks in advance. and please if
> possible, cc me your reply. thanks
hard drive. With the ever-decreasing price of the hard drive this is great
in theory, but it still requires oodles of time to copy the contents of the
CD-ROM to the hard drive and there are very very programs on CD that
require THAT high throughput and that low access time.
Robert R. Ballecer Jr., SJ
"The Original Technoweenie!"