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KODAK CD-R Gold Ultima Media

These Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) were last updated on 5 March, 2002.

  1. How can I custom order KODAK CD-R Gold Ultima media?
    With KODAK's announcement on January 24, 2002 that it is discontinuing its CD-R media products, it is no longer possible to place custom orders for Gold Ultima media.

  2. What is the expected data life on KODAK CD-R Gold Ultima media?
    KODAK CD-R Gold Ultima media has a projected lifetime of 100 years or more. For more information , see http://www.cd-info.com/CDIC/Technology/CD-R/Media/Kodak/html

  3. Does KODAK CD-R Gold Ultima media have the INFOGUARD Protection System?
    Yes, KODAK CD-R Gold Ultima media has INFOGUARD Protection. The only exception to this was our Gold Ultima lacquer-only product. The INFOGUARD Protection System is proprietary and includes one of the most stable dye layers available today, along with super-tough overcoat to help protect the surface of the discs from scratches and fingerprints. In addition, the gold reflective layer provides an archival lifetime.

  4. What recording speeds can I use?
    You can record at speeds of 1X to 12X to create discs that comply with the following standards: CD DA, CD ROM, CD ROM XA, and CD I.

  5. Does KODAK CD-R Gold Ultima media work in all CD writers and CD readers?
    Yes. With this product, Kodak continues to provide media that work great in all leading writers and readers.

  6. What is the warranty on KODAK CD-R Gold Ultima media?
    All of our Gold Ultima products that have the INFOGUARD Protection System carry a lifetime warranty. If any disc is found to be defective in manufacture or packaging, it will be replaced.

Kodak, InfoGuard, and Photo CD are trademarks.

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