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#1 equinox55

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Posted 28 May 2005 - 05:31 PM

OK i have A CD burner and it is easy cd creator 5.0 and when i got to burn a cd the following happens:

1) add tracks
2) hit record
3) starts recording
4) then an error pops up
5) says there are errors during recording or errors on your new cd
6) exact error is E80041931:Track Writer Error - CD read failed- [T7124]

any help is appreciated
Davis Baumung

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Posted 28 May 2005 - 06:52 PM

Have you been able to burn CD's in the past, or is this a new burner?

From the sound of it, you probably have to limit your burning speed. Depending on your processor, you might have to go as low as 4x. Most of these errors are caused by buffer overruns. In other words, your computer can't keep up with the speed of the burner.

Other things that can cause problems are cheap disks, dirty lasers, or heat or memory problems.

#3 equinox55

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Posted 28 May 2005 - 10:45 PM

well it is an old cd burnner and yes i have been able to burn cds before and i did go as slow as 4x but the smae error came up
thanks for responding so soon
Davis Baumung




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