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Hi all,

Here's my setup:

pioneer 107d in external usb2 enclosure (tested and burns fine with ulead dvd movie factory, which I hate)

windows xp home sp2

adaptec aspi 4.712

I get the following error when I try and burn a data dvd-r using cdburnerxp pro 3.0.116:

Writing Error: (3) Error occurred writing data to disc.

A NT disc I/O operation failed (1054)

Error Sense Data: SENSE KEY FF ASC: 0 ASCQ: 79

cdburnerxp sees the drive, I've clicked on the "install the nmsaccess service" in the properties area after the first burn failed with the above error, and this did not help.

As I stated above, ulead dvd movie factory uses this drive just fine, but I really find it annoying and the software on my other computer is even more annoying, so I really want to be able to use cdburnerxppro!

Can anyone help me out here? It starts writing to the disc, and after about a second or two the error pops up, so the discs are getting ruined in the process :-(

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Writing Error: (3) Error occurred writing data to disc.

A NT disc I/O operation failed (1054)

Error Sense Data: SENSE KEY FF ASC: 0 ASCQ: 79

:-(

SENSE KEY FF indicates a USB error... try a different USB cable...

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Thanks for the reply. I've tried two usb cables now, same result (I'm using cdrs now, the throwing out of DVDs was costing too much). So far, windows xp can write to the drive, deepburner can write to the drive, and ulead dvd movie factory can write to the drive. cdburnerxp pro is, as yet, the only software that can't (and it has the features I want) :-(

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