Combo driver or two drivers? Tags: DVD Writers DVD Burner CD-Rom Storage Last response: August 6, 2003 3:08 PM in Storage Share victorgw July 30, 2003 5:49:54 PM Hi, i'd like to know if is better to buy a COMBO (CD/DVD Read and CD-Burn) or a CD burner and a DVD reader Separately? I heard Combo driver's useful life is less then the others. More about : combo driver drivers elzt July 31, 2003 4:36:45 AM With combo drive, you can't do on the fly disc copying, while the separates can. JP5 August 6, 2003 3:08:32 PM True, plus it might be cheaper to get them separately actually. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumLooking to build my first computer, deciding between two combo deals ForumCan I get an opinon or two on this case/vid card combo ForumFREE LW UTV STIK COMBO USB DRIVERS Forum200-300$ CPU&GPU Combo ForumSSD and SATA fake-RAID combo - no AHCI ForumBest Sound Card and Speaker Combo ? ForumBest dual gpu combo ForumHelp my combo DVD burner will read DVD's but not CD's ForumHow to replace two existing hard drives in a Raid 1 XP operating system ForumSSD/HDD Combo Ease of Use? ForumFirst SSD advice? ForumWhen to install cd-rw drivers? ForumCDRlabs Review - Lite-On Combo 24/12/24/8 USB2.0 Forumbest dvd/cd-rw combo drive ForumFlashing Combo Firmware FAILED!! Help Forumprob with usb2.0 cardbus adaptr & ext. LG combo Forumsamsung sm-348b combo drive ForumLiteOn announces it's Combo Drive ForumAnyone found any HP7500 (int) XP drivers? Forum10K IDE driver from WD More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !