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    DVD/R/CD/R/Wr.

    At this moment in time I have A Pioneer 106s Dvd Rom, also a
    Teac W548E Cd/R/wr.

    Would I be better fitting a Dvd rom Cd/R./Wr. as a single unit
    rather than the two seperates above.

    If so recomendations would be appreciated.

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    No - keep the two so you can do direct-disk-to-disk copying.

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    IMHO there's been no point with on-the-fly copying since 8 speed CD Writers. Still there's no advantage a single combi has over 2 seperates other than space saving so you may not need to change.

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    If you want to get a single drive you are better off buying a DVD writer
    Or wait until DVD writers are the same sort of price as CD writers.
    But as already said, the only advantage of having a single drive is saving an IDE channel spot. So as long as you dont need the spot for another hard drive or sometihng, then stick with the two.
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