Problems with Nero 5.5

vbimport

#1

I’ve got a Creative Labs 12x10x32 cdrw burnproof writer that has always worked fine before. Now though, when I attempt to copy a cd using Nero 5.5 (same as I used to), the cd will copy but the read buffer will continue to decrease fairly rapidly and then stops the cd from copying. The buffer fills back up again, copying continues and the same thing continues to happen. A full 12x burn used to take around 7 mins and now it takes roughly 13-14 mins because of this problem. This is very frustrating. What can I do to remedy this problem? Thanks in advance.

Seraphic


#2

Have you installed new software recently?

Had this problem once with a scratched CD, it failed to read it properly and thus emptying the buffer constantly (once it took me all night to make 1 copy this way).

Perhaps reinstall Nero?


#3

This happens when I burn off my harddrive as well as on the fly. I’ve not installed anything new, no. Any other suggestions?

Seraphic.


#4

Originally posted by Seraphic
[B]This happens when I burn off my harddrive as well as on the fly. I’ve not installed anything new, no. Any other suggestions?

Seraphic. [/B]

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  1. when you have repaired your cd(if it has to be), use the writer as reader, make an image onto a 650 or 700 partition(use partition magic 6.0- 2disk only-first is a boot disk, open the second. i used it successfully without any danger for data. it is simple and effective.:wink: -