After working with Nero for some time on a number of LiteONs, I decided to install Nero for the first time on a personal pc. Dual-boot w/98se and XP. Had installed EZCDC basic (without DCD), that came with new Plex48x, in 98… XP still using native program since clean install. I did complete uninstall (add/remove plus manual) of EZCDC and installed latest Nero (download from Ahead, bought key) in 98, and installed Nero and CloneCD in XP (already had CCD in 98). 48x works perfectly in 98 and XP using CCD, and in Nero using multisession or copy cd. When burning data ISO no-multisession DAO: After everything is set up, click on write, drawer opens asking for blank cd… after a few seconds delay I get an error message rather than the burn starting. “There has been a possible read error during the operation, which may result in a defective write. Do you wish to continue the write anyway?” If I choose to continue the write anyway, I get a perfect burn. If I place the blank cdr (Taiyo Yuden, Mitsui, TDK, etc.) in the writer before I click ‘write’, I don’t get the message, and a perfect burn.Same exact thing happens in both 98 and XP (Aspi 4.60 in 98, only Nero Aspi in XP), native burn program in XP disabled.
Everything I have (CD Speed, etc.) shows the Plextor to be working perfectly in every way, and load+recognition times run 9-12 sec, depending on disk, in CD Speed… and every burned disk checks out perfectly. It seems like Nero is trying to initiate the burn maybe a second or two before the Plextor is completely ready. I know Plextors take a little longer on the load and recognition time, and why, but I would think Nero could deal with that. Does this happen with anyone else?.. I’m not sure whether I have a problem of some sort, or just a common ‘small glitch’. On the LiteONs I’ve installed, the burn starts with a short recognition delay after the drawer closes, without the error message… but then again, the disk recognition time on the LiteONs is a little shorter.
Any info, experience with, or insight into this happening would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks for any help… Randell