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used-read buffer/recorder buffer drops (NERO)

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by spidrmage, Mar 31, 2004.

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  1. spidrmage

    spidrmage Thread Starter

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    well, not to the point where my burn messes up.. this burner rocks (LTR52327S). it only does it with audio cds though, not data. takes the normal 2-3 minutes with data cds. i really have no clue what its about and have even scanned for viruses just to make sure. audio cds (that are about 45 minutes in length) take about 7 minutes and that isn't normal, not even for a 32x cd (on a 52x burner). basically the used-read buffer and recorder don't stay constant and shift about every 15 seconds. help would be appreciated.
     
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    spidrmage Thread Starter

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    haha pleeeease :p
     
  3. telecom69

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    H there, I dont have the answer why its doing it,could be one or two reasons really but have you tried burning at an even lower speed to see if that improves it a bit? try plugging your computer into a seperate socket from all the peripharels,see if thats the problem,something might be interfering,seems the burner is working ok apart from this,sometimes the lower speed does work better.......
     
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