This is the brand new LiteOn IHAS124-19B optical drive which we pre-flash for you. Version B is the only version that will allow the iExtreme Burner Max to be applied.

iExtreme Burner Max pre-flashed and tested to read an 8.13Gb DVD.

Comes with Nero 9 Essentials

Simply fit the drive and you are ready to make full use of your 8.13gig DVD's

Backup your favourite Movies and XBox Games.

See pic below of the successful backup on these pre-flashed drives of 8,738,846,720 bytes (8.13 GB)

The image below was burned on Windows 7 Enterprise - 64Bit Version

Operating Systems Supported

: Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7

This is an OEM drive so does not come with a SATA cable or screws. We do sell a range of SATA Cable/Screw Kits if required to fit this unit. Please click here for direct link on our eBay Shop

NOTE: Liteon no longer make this model so once current stocks run out, there will no longer be a version that can back-up XGD3 formats.

Detailed Specs Below

Optical Drive
Optical Drive Type DVD±RW (Dual ±R)/DVD-RA
Supported Formats CD-DA, CD-ROM, CD-ROM/XA, Photo-CD, Multi-session, Karaoke-CD, Video-CD, CD-I FMV, CD Extra, CD Plus, CD-R, and CD-RW • DVD single/dual layer (PTP/OTP), DVD-R, DVD-R multi-borders, DVD-RAM, DVD+R, DVD+R multi-sessions, DVD-RW, and DVD+RW
Optical Drive Interface Serial ATA
Data Buffer 2 MB
MTBF 70,000 Hrs
Performance
DVD-ROM Read Speed 16X
DVD-R Write Speed 24X
DVD+R Write Speed 24X
DVD-RW Write Speed 6X
DVD+RW Write Speed 8X
DVD-RAM Write Speed 12X
DVD +R Dual Layer Write Speed 12X
DVD -R Dual Layer Write Speed 12X
CD-ROM Read Speed 48X
CD-R Write Speed 48X
CD-RW Write Speed 32X
Access Time CD: 140ms • DVD: 160 ms
Data Transfer Rates Data Transfer Rates CD: 7.2 MB/s
System Requirements
Operating Systems Supported Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7
Minimum Processor Requirements Intel Pentium 4 1.3GHz or higher CPU
Minimum Memory Requirements 128 MB
System Requirements HDD must have access time < 20ms; with a minimum of 650MB free space • 9GB free space for creating a DVD image file (9GB for double layer; 5GB for single layer)