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Latest revision as of 16:04, 5 August 2011

Ultrabay Enhanced Super Multi-Burner Drive

This is a PATA DVD writer for the Ultrabay Enhanced.

Features

  • Read capabilities
    • CD-ROM (24x)
    • CD-R (24x)
    • CD-RW (24x)
    • DVD-ROM single layer (8x)
    • DVD-ROM dual layer (8x)
    • DVD-R (8x)
    • DVD+R (8x)
    • DVD-RW (8x)
    • DVD+RW (8x)
    • DVD-RAM (5x)
    • DVD+R double layer (4x)
    • DVD-R dual layer (4x)
  • Write capabilities
    • CD-R (24x)
    • CD-RW (4x)
    • High-speed CD-RW (10x)
    • Ultra-speed CD-RW (16x)
    • DVD-R (8x)
    • DVD+R (8x)
    • DVD-RW (6x)
    • DVD+RW (8x)
    • DVD-RAM (5x)
    • DVD+R double layer (4x)
    • DVD-R dual layer (4x)
  • Access Speed: 140 ms (CD-ROM) / 160 ms (DVD-ROM)
  • 2 MB Buffer

Actual drives

  • HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GMA-4082N

Part numbers

  • Order PN: 40Y8624
  • FRU PN: 39T2723

Linux support

If connected at boot time, the drive is normally /dev/sr0.

Supported with

Vendor documentation