LiteOn IHAS124-19 24x DVD±RW DL & RAM SATA Optical Drive - OEM Black with Nero Essentials £11.99 @ Ebuyer £16.18 delivered if you order is < £49 - HotUKDeals
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LiteOn IHAS124-19 24x DVD±RW DL & RAM SATA Optical Drive - OEM Black with Nero Essentials £11.99 @ Ebuyer £16.18 delivered if you order is < £49

£16.18 @ Ebuyer
Bought this today to go with my two 1.5TB Western Digital drives for £45.99 so didn't pay delivery, but guess from my other thread it would be £4.19 extra. A good price for a drive with software too
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Bought this today to go with my two 1.5TB Western Digital drives for £45.99 so didn't pay delivery, but guess from my other thread it would be £4.19 extra. A good price for a drive with software too
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#1
Expansys have it delivered for £12.99...I got one the other day and it comes with Nero 9 esentials.
http://www.expansys.com/liteon-ihas124-dvd-writer-oem-internal-196133/
#3
can you get 24x discs or will they burn 16x at 24x
#4
This is the worst drive I've ever owned I had it in my tower from new for a few months, when i came to remove it I pulled the power cable out and along came the socket from the drive, I've had and installed 100s of sata and ide drives over the years and I've never ever known this happen and before someone says that I must of ragged it, I didn't I genitally pulled the cable out and it wasn't until I went to reinstall it that i noticed it.

Some of my drives have been in and out 20+ times with the Liteon it was the very first time and I still have it upstairs as I was going to return it and never got round to it. The price might be cheap but its a rubbish drive personally I would pay the extra couple of quid and get a Samsung or Pioneer I've had loads of those and still use only Samsung's today and not once has this ever happened.

So its cold for me and the price is nothing special either that's about all they are.
#5
polly69
This is the worst drive I've ever owned I had it in my tower from new for a few months, when i came to remove it I pulled the power cable out and along came the socket from the drive, I've had and installed 100s of sata and ide drives over the years and I've never ever known this happen and before someone says that I must of ragged it, I didn't I genitally pulled the cable out and it wasn't until I went to reinstall it that i noticed it.

Some of my drives have been in and out 20+ times with the Liteon it was the very first time and I still have it upstairs as I was going to return it and never got round to it. The price might be cheap but its a rubbish drive personally I would pay the extra couple of quid and get a Samsung or Pioneer I've had loads of those and still use only Samsung's today and not once has this ever happened.

So its cold for me and the price is nothing special either that's about all they are.

wut? LOL
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polly69

I think I see what your problem is. I suggest that you gently remove the plug by hand.

Removing it “genitally” is just wrong on so many levels.
#7
LOL @ polly69 X)
#8
xigent
Removing it “genitally” is just wrong on so many levels.

I agree. Removing "genitally" can result in genital removal! oO

:D


I'd go for that - Sony/Optiarc drives have a pretty decent rep, and for the most part, they seem to cope better with different brands of media than other drives from what I've read.
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polly69
This is the worst drive I've ever owned I had it in my tower from new for a few months, when i came to remove it I pulled the power cable out and along came the socket from the drive, I've had and installed 100s of sata and ide drives over the years and I've never ever known this happen and before someone says that I must of ragged it, I didn't I genitally pulled the cable out and it wasn't until I went to reinstall it that i noticed it.Some of my drives have been in and out 20+ times with the Liteon it was the very first time and I still have it upstairs as I was going to return it and never got round to it. The price might be cheap but its a rubbish drive personally I would pay the extra couple of quid and get a Samsung or Pioneer I've had loads of those and still use only Samsung's today and not once has this ever happened.So its cold for me and the price is nothing special either that's about all they are.
I believe that you "genitally pulled the cable out" and I'm sure it wasn't just a case of you tugging it too much. Typos and jokes aside, this is useful consumer info and I will know now never to tug my liteon too hard.
#10
I've got this drive and it's very good for the money.
#11
this drive is rubbish i had one and it died in a few weeks , and the new pioneer drives arent any good either compared to there old ones
#12
I's astonishing how weak power sockets are on drives I've wrecked several both SATA and IDE. Destroyed an otherwise perfectly good 750GB WD the other week. Just a nasty thin piece of plastic quite honestly.
#13


I have the Sony Optiarc above and it is a very good drive - pretty quiet in operation and burns nice and smoothly without any drama whatsoever ... would say it is the quietest burner I have had for sure.
#14
crofter


I have the Sony Optiarc above and it is a very good drive - pretty quiet in operation and burns nice and smoothly without any drama whatsoever ... would say it is the quietest burner I have had for sure.


Me too, received mine today, and whilst it doesn't fit that well in my dell vostro case (drive flaps are too far forward making button hard to press) the drive is pretty quiet and responsive.
#15
jackvdbuk
polly69
This is the worst drive I've ever owned I had it in my tower from new for a few months, when i came to remove it I pulled the power cable out and along came the socket from the drive, I've had and installed 100s of sata and ide drives over the years and I've never ever known this happen and before someone says that I must of ragged it, I didn't I genitally pulled the cable out and it wasn't until I went to reinstall it that i noticed it.

Some of my drives have been in and out 20+ times with the Liteon it was the very first time and I still have it upstairs as I was going to return it and never got round to it. The price might be cheap but its a rubbish drive personally I would pay the extra couple of quid and get a Samsung or Pioneer I've had loads of those and still use only Samsung's today and not once has this ever happened.

So its cold for me and the price is nothing special either that's about all they are.

wut? LOL

Drug induced stream of consciousness I guess.
#16
Silly question but I cannot see an answer on play, does the sony play and burn cd, there are no speeds mentioned. It seems strange to play dvd but not cd

edit
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sony-AD-5260S-0B-Internal-DVDRW-Black/dp/B003Q8ZZ3U
amazon have the same drive but more info (not cheaper)

Edited By: Tiffin Joe on Dec 11, 2010 09:23
#17
Tiffin Joe
Silly question but I cannot see an answer on play, does the sony play and burn cd, there are no speeds mentioned. It seems strange to play dvd but not cd

edit
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sony-AD-5260S-0B-Internal-DVDRW-Black/dp/B003Q8ZZ3U

amazon have the same drive but more info (not cheaper)


if it can burn dvd, it can ALWAYS burn cds. cdwrite speeds are 48x
#18
Best typo ever.

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