Virtually any 1x-4x write ATAPI/IDE CDRW should work on a Pentium/200. I have an LG CED-8080B 8x write running on a Cyrix M-II/PR300 (actually 225 MHz) without problems. The CED-8080B was $49.99 (should still be available at MicroCenter, BestBuy, etc.)
RE:TDK velo 24/10/40 CDRW 59.99 After Rebate> Circuit City (modified 0 times)
look for a cdr/rw that has BURN-PROOF!!, my pc is 266mz, I have a philips cdrw800 8x4x32(no burn-proof) and works fine. Also just got a Digital Research DRCDRW161040 16x10x40 (DOES HAVE BURN-PROOF!!) and love it. Burn-Proof will adjust the cd write speed on-the-fly to avoid a under-burn due to poor pc speeds. So get the fastest for the $ that has burn-proof and you sould have no prob, when you up-grade to a faster computer you will have a good cdr/rw to keep up with it! Sorry for long post, but wanted to get the info out to ya.
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