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porkytwo

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Can anyone recommend a replacement for a Pioneer DVD-RW -112D drive please?
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Hmm strange animal.. Can't find any specs on it. Is it a standard cd\dvd with cdrw capability?
Blue ray or not?
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Hi ,61 No definitely not blue-ray. All I can tell u is it probably came out of the Ark!
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Off to bed now tis 0050 hear contact u again later
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OK I don't know what stores you have there in the UK but I will give you two sites so you can see what to look for.I would guess with your statement you have a IDE drive but The two pages below will have both IDE and SATA so be careful which one you look at.

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Not that old, it's a standard IDE DVD Writer released in 2006.
One DVD Writer DVR-112: http://www.cdrinfo.c...ArticleId=20083

The D suffix simply means it's DVD-RAM compatible. The same model released in the US was the DVR-1810.

Anything here will do it, though good luck finding anything in Beige if that's what you want:
http://www.ebuyer.co...c...&subcat=183
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Thanks 61 & Neil for your help, have ordered 1 from Ebuyer but temp. out of stock
Thanks again
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Thank you Neil Jones and porkytwo please let us know how everything works out for you or if there are any other questions you may have.
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