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I get this error message when trying to burn a DAO (haven't tried TAO, I need DAO):

Device error:(337408 Error setting session write mode. Invalid Field In Parameter List. - 0x052600

Please help!

NOV 22 UPDATE: Forget it, I uninstalled the program... finally succeeded to burn an audio CD, but the 1st track was completely blank, and I could hear a gap between other songs (need DAO for seamless gap between tracks, DOES NOT work) And... trashed 5 cd's in the process :(

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I get the same error only it says:

"Device error(337408): Error sending session CueSheet (SAO).

Invalid Field in Parameter List. - 0x052600"

It happens when I try to use "Copy audio CD.." from the File menu.

It happened both with current version (4.0.022.370) and previous version.

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  • 3 years later...

I've got the same problem when burning the data-part of mixed-mode disk:

10:38:08	Preparing to burn disc at 48x (8.467 KB/s)

10:38:08	Burn process started at 48x (8.467 KB/s)

10:38:09	(devInvalidFieldInParmList)   Error sending session CueSheet (SAO).

Invalid Field In Parameter List. - 0x052600

10:38:15	Burn process started at 48x (8.467 KB/s)

First I thought that it is drive or OS dependant (I have Win7 and WinXP on different PCs). But it turned out that I've forgotten to enable "Session at Once" in advanced options :)

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  • 2 years later...

I discovered that if I was creating a gapless audio disc and one of the tracks was very short - say 3 seconds or less - the error would occur. I used a slice tool to cut up an audio book and there were several very short, empty tracks. If I removed these small tracks from the compilation, it worked just fine.

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