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Burner won't launch

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  1. Johnx

    Johnx Thread Starter

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    I have a burner from Sony. It's has software called B's Recorder Gold. Every time I attempt to start the software I get the error message " The B.H.A CDR/CDRW control program running. B's Clip may be using it to write or prepare to write data. Eject the disc and relaunch B's Recorder Gold. Whenever I do this nothing happens. What can I do to fix this?
     
  2. JohnWill

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    I'd start by uninstalling the application totally, rebooting at least twice, and then reinstalling it.
     
  3. Johnx

    Johnx Thread Starter

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    Thanks for the timely response. I've tried that and I still get the same error message.
     
  4. slipe

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    Welcome to TSG.

    I’m not familiar with B’s messages, but it appears that the packet writing component might be active. If you formatted the CD then the packet writing software opens when you insert the CD and you often get an “in use” message when you try to access the normal mastering software. B’s Clip is the packet writing software that comes with B’s Recorder software. You can only format re-writable (RW) media with Clip, so if the problem is occurring with normal CDR media you have a problem. If you are getting that indication with a RW you formatted it is normal. You can’t record to a formatted CD with B’s Recorder Gold – just B’s Clip.

    Do you get the message when you insert a new and unused CDR?
     
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