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Error in Fireburner

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Thread1: Sending Cue Sheet

Thread1: Processing Track 1 Pregap [150 Sectors]

Thread1: Processing Track 1 [Mode1] [171858 Sectors]

Thread2: Executing

Thread2: Write Error @ Sector 100197

Thread2: WRITE ERROR - RECOVERY NEEDED (3/

Thread1: Sending Cue Sheet

Thread1: Processing Track 1 Pregap [150 Sectors]

Thread1: Processing Track 1 [Mode1] [171858 Sectors]

Thread2: Executing

Thread2: Write Error @ Sector 100197

Thread2: WRITE ERROR - RECOVERY NEEDED ($03/$0C/$07)

Thread2: Synchronizing Cache

Thread1: Thread 2 has terminated

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Thread2: Synchronizing Cache

Thread1: Thread 2 has terminated

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Any ideas please?

Im using a Plextor 8/4/32A

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That's why I quit using fireburner...your error message just reminded me. I had my computer loaded with memory and everything and it would do this to me also. I had to get a memory management program and devote a configuration to burn cd's. Don't know if this will help but you can try TweakXP to see if you can allocate more memory...how much do you have anyway?

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Well, that was using RC2, so I have decided to get rid of that, and reformat.

Hopefully everything will be fine, I have since checked up that error, and it basically means a buffer under run, which seems odd, but I have had an increasing amount since using XP.

I have 256Mb of RAM, I guess I could get some more, as it is so cheap at the moment?

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Yeah, I've got 256mb and it should be plenty to burn a CD unless you are working on lots of other programs at the same time. When I burn CD's I always make sure all other programs are closed and I don't do anything else for the 10 minutes that it takes to do it. But mem is cheap though! Should get more myself!

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Well the odd thing is, everything was closed, I went onto burning at 4x and everything worked fine, odd, as it was just streaming a bin/cue of my hard drive.

I guess I'll just wait till DVD-Rs, I did see one at Dabs for £550 :)

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