[QUOTE=sgwerk;2199108]So would multitasking be the only circumstance that would create faulty writing sessions? It happened multiple times so I am not sure if it is completely because of it, but i was heavily running the cpu for atleast one of the faulty dvd copies. I was using winamp, antivirus scan, firefox and clonedvd at the same time. could there be any other possibilities for faulty clonedvd sessions, or do you think that when it creates an iso image, that the image could become faulty as well.[/QUOTE]
Well running winamp and FF will cause drain on the memory that the CPU will need for doing the process it is like buffer underun problem not enough buff for the CPU to do it’s process. Now AV should be automatically running cause I have my AV running but it doesn’t cause bad burns…only if I run apps that use CPU and memory and HDD to do their process conflicting with the CPU burning program process. Also how old is your burner as cholla a old or dying burner can also cause problem without you knowing it. And the another factor is bad media type or media of low grade quality will cause bad burns and burns that look good but doesn’t play well.