I have a dell optiplex gmt 5166, running Win 95b, 166 mhz, with 32MB Ram. It has 500 MB of room left on the hard disk. Installed a HP 9100 series cd burner(a 9150, actually), and it will only run at a 1X burning speed( which takes 75 min to complete!) System requirements for the burner ask for Win 95b, 200 mhz processor, and 32MB Ram. How can I get it to run faster without buffer underrun errors? (When the burner becomes starved for data because the hard drive can't get it to the burner fast enough) Would adding more memory help? Should I overclock the CPU so I can make up the missing 34 mhz requirement? Would a ATA cable help transfer the data more quickly? I should add that I disabled power management, all background running programs, ensured that the hard drive was not reading ahead, and that the cd burner has DMA disabled. It still will only do a 1X burn. Any suggestions would be appreciated!