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Slow Detecting Optimum Write Speed 2.2.4

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Hi. BurnerXP came with a wow of a write up in PC Plus mag so,

being sick of my old Nero, I thought to give it a try.

Installed OK on WIN98 (upgraded but not recognised as SE in WMFdist).

Is this a bug in WMFdist?

Attempted to burn 3 files total 16.1MB to blank 700MB CD.

Is very, VERY slow at running "Detecting Optimum Write Speed"-

took 10+ minutes to reach 2% on progress bar. So I gave up. Twice,

once after reboot.

Machine data:-

Freecom *SCSI* CD-R/RW RW7040S ;

Adaptec Ultra Wide PCI SCSI Adaptor;

Generic CD/R 56x;

20GB HDD partitioned C: & D: ;

Cyrix MII/686-300 + 192MB RAM;

WIN98 4.10.1998

I am sorry to say that Nero V5.0.4.8 will actually burn OK

although I have to stay at 1x Write to avoid under run errors.

So it's slow, but not THAT slow.[?]

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Originally posted by fopetesl

I have to stay at 1x Write to avoid under run errors.

So it's slow, but not THAT slow.[?]


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For me it looks like a bad configured system. No system should be so slow, that you have to burn with 1x speed to get no buffer underrun errors. Maybe you get some windows updates and try to install the latest aspi drivers (or if you already have, install 4.60).

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