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CDBurnerXP 4.2.3 Bugs

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1. CDBurnerXP creates 100% CPU load while burning !

2. It somtimes hangs while reading in cd/dvd and shows partly painted screens, at least a wait cursor would be nice.

3. The command line tool (--erase) reports somtimes "1 is not a valid drive index", drive 1 exists and a few secnods later it works.

Not new bugs, the same in previous release 4.0.x.

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Hello, I have a similar problem.

Here is a description of my system:

CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 3600+

Chipset: Nvidia Nforce430 NVIDIA MCP61

Board: ASROCK ALiveNF6G-GLAN

3GB RAM

ATI X1600

DVD burner: Plextor PX-740A

Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 3 (Build 2600)

All ServicePacks and patches installed.

DirectX9.0c

System contains:

.NET1.1, 2.0, 3.0, 3.5

CDBurnerXP: 4.2.3.1110

While burning an ISO image both CPU cores become high active approx 80% each,

without having anything else active at this time.

Is there any chance/tool to analyze this behaviour more in detail?

What could be the reason? Is this a general Problem (because of .NET???) or can I improve the situation somehow?

I can't belive that a urning SW requires so much CPU power.

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still 100% CPU in

4.2.6.1616

just like burnaware

also timestamps out for Perth Western Australia on 230909, when daylight saving is selected.

infrarecorder also timestamps out when

sticking with imgburn or jetbee

vista SP1

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