HP CD-Writer +9500
I recently tried burning a Bin/Cue file to a CD. I had to use a 700 MB CD-R so the track (75+ min) would fit. I got no error messages from Fireburner, and when I checked the finished CD, everything appeared to be ok. The CD had been given the right name, and all the folders and files appeared correctly in Explorer. However, when I opened the text files, they were all blank, and when I tried to run any of the applications I got an error saying something like "D:\AUTORUN.EXE is not a valid Win32 application."
I tried burning the CD with Nero too, but the same thing happened: No error messages when burning, but a CD full of "empty files". The files are NOT shown as having a size of 0 KB or anything; they have valid sizes, but nothing in them! If I try to copy one of the files to my hard drive, I get a message saying "Cannot copy autorun: The device is not ready".
Is this problem caused by some kind of incompatibility between my writer and the oversized CD? Or is there something wrong with the BIN/CUE file? I have reason to believe that the file SHOULD be fine.
In Fireburner, my device configuration is: Track-at-once, Close Session and Leave CD open, and Autocorrect sub-channel. This configuration worked fine with a different BIN/CUE file (albeit a smaller one) just recently.
If anybody has had this problem or knows how to solve it, please tell me. Thanks for any help.