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I am getting a Write Error: (3) Error occured while writing data to disc. A NT disc I/O operation failed (1054). Does anyone know what this means. I am using a NEC 3504a with Samsung pleomax DVD-RW 4x

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I cant do the firmware update, everytime I try to do it it tells me that there has been a flashing error. And other than that as far as I can tell all of the drivers are up to date.

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A NT disc I/O operation failed (1054).

there has been a flashing error.

You have bad hardware. If your burner is under warranty, take advantage of it. If not, time to drop $40.00 on a new one...

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Hey well guess what, I got a new one, and I still have the same problem, I guess that the pc that I am using just sucks to bad for it. I am going to try to throw it in another rig and see what I get.

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Hey well guess what, I got a new one, and I still have the same problem, I guess that the pc that I am using just sucks to bad for it. I am going to try to throw it in another rig and see what I get.

What are your PC specs?

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Hi!

What are your PC specs?

I'm getting the same error:

Wrinting Error: (3) Error occured writing data to disc. A NT disc I/O operation failed (1054). Error Sense Data: SENSE KEY: FF ASC: 0 ASCQ: 57

I'm running a Samsung TS-552U DVD-Burner on a WindowsXP (SP2) machine.

Mainboard: Via k7vta3 (latest Via Hyperion drivers installed)

Processor: AMD AthlonXP 1600+

Installed software

  • CDBurnerXPPro 3.0116

  • Visual Basic 6.0 SP6

  • Latest ASPI-Drivers

If any specs are missing let me know.

Note: DVD-Burner and hard disc are not on the same IDE-Channel. DVD-Burner is O.K., tested with Nero 6.3.x Demo.

CU

maxhb

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Mine is a 1600+ as well and has no problems... But, I have a 500 watt power supply...

LOL, ask your local nuclear power plant carrier for discount.

Back to the problem: What makes me wonder is that the DVD-Burner operates well under Nero. In would have expected it to work under CDBurnerXP Pro as well as the T-HS522B Drive seems to be supported.

CU

maxhb

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hey its me agian, I RMA'ed it, and then I threw it in another machine and I am getting the same problem. I am running a sempron 2400+ 256mb ram and the nd3504a of course with a 420W. I need some freakin help I truly dont know. The only thing that that I think that it could be is the power supply.

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lol makes you wonder if mamengineer is working for the hardware companies .. new cd-rom .. new power supply .. what's next? hahahhaha sorry about your problem, but i'd say use nero .. as far as not being able to flash the drive, impossible - follow proper procedure; that's all folks :)

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lol makes you wonder if mamengineer is working for the hardware companies ..

Naaahhh... I'm a land surveyor.

Inability to be flashed indicates a bad drive. Power problems indicate a bad power supply, or bad power period.

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hey guyz its me again, I know that the hardware isnt bad, and I just got a new power supply, it has a 550W max output and I still get the same error. I would have used nero, but everytime i use that, it freezes. So I really dont know what to do. Are there options somewhere for me to change the amount of power for the burner?

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For the record, I get the same message.

Write 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: 57

Drive is a Sony CD-RW CRX160E Microsoft driver version 5.0.2183.1

Windows 2000 SP 4

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