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  1. I try to burn an ISO image and I repeatedly get a "Burning error occurred". This happens with CD-R from different manufactures and with CD-WR. The CD is not touched and it can be used again - see below. I thought it was a drive problem. But if I copy directly from the original CD it works(!). By the way the source is an audio CD. Is there a known issue with ISO burning, or might I actually have a drive problem.
  2. The "Copy audio CD ..." option does not work (!) I posted this to the bug forum a month ago but there has been no response, except from abuethe who says they have much the same problem. Is anyone out there having similar copy fails. Details are... The first part of the operation - "Successfully extracted audio image" - is okay, but "Started burning the extracted image to disc" hangs. The progrm just sits at 50% complete. Hitting the cancel button gets an "Aborting burning process" message, but does not stop the operation. The CDburnerXP application disappears from XP task manager’s applications but a cdbxpp.exe process is still running. Ending this process stops the program. And most annoyingly, the target CD is trashed.
  3. The "Copy audio CD ..." option does not work (!) The first part of the operation - "Successfully extracted audio image" - is okay, but "Started burning the extracted image to disc" hangs. The progrm just sits at 50% complete. Hitting the cancel button gets an "Aborting burning process" message, but does not stop the operation. The CDburnerXP application disappears from XP task manager’s applications but a cdbxpp.exe process is still running. Ending this process stops the program. And most annoyingly, the target CD is trashed. I have tried it with and without "Use buffer protection" and get the same result Not a bug but a related issue, I tried using a track by track copy as a work around but in some cases the ripped tracks will not fit on to the target CD (!). Is there a fix for this as well?
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