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06-30-2008, 11:32 PM
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Folks, I've recently upgraded a few of my computers and have 3 burners left over now (from the old systems). They all work, its just that the new systems have newer burners included.

I don't even know if they'd be worth the shipping (all I'd be looking for in return, or even just a simple trade for some dvds). They are:

1 - Pioneer DVR106a
1 - Pioneer DVR106D
1 - Benq DW1620

Let me know if anyone's interested.

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07-07-2008, 08:57 PM
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I'm interested. On my old computer the DVD burner would even open the tray anymore. Guess it just burned out after so many years. Personally I'd Pinoeer DVR106. Not sure of the difference between A and D.

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I'd be interested in the BenQ DW1620 for myself.

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