When creating an Audio CD from some mp3’s using Nero Express, I set everything set up and hit “burn.” The tray ejects and I’m instructed to put a blank disk in. When I do so, I recieve the following message:
“There has been a possible read error during the operation, which may result in a defective write. Do you wish to continue to write anyway?”
It does this with every blank CD I put in, so it doesn’t seem to be the media. Also, a “read error” at this point would seem to pertain to the hard drive, not the media. There doesn’t seem to be anything wrong with the hard drive, however, and if I put a blank disc in BERFORE I hit burn, I do not get this message – it simply uses the disc and procedes with the burn. I only get the message if I insert the disc after it asks for it.
One other important thing to note is that I don’t get the message if I’m only doing a simulation – only when I’m doing an actual burn. I would think that some sort of error pertaining to the actual data or hard drive would happen in a simulation as well. This issue seems to be a bug in Nero.
Does anybody else notice this? So far I’ve spoken with one other person who gets the same issue. I don’t remember ever seeing this before, but I’ve done a few Nero upgrades since the last time I created a disc. I get the same results with the last two versions of Nero.
I’m using a Yamaha 3200EZ drive with Win2K.
Thanks for any feedback on this,