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Suddenly I'm getting the error message: "Your burning device does not support Disc-At-Once mode. However this option is required for burning gapless discs and CD-Text information. Disable these fieatures if you would like to proceed to burn the disc anyway."

 

I've never gotten that before even I've been burning the same kinds of compilations with the same boxes checked before.

 

What can I do here to keep the Gapless and CD-Text Information?

 

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  • 2 weeks later...

Please check the device information window if DAO is supported or not. My guess is that it isn't, so if you believe it was supported before, please check what has changed since then. Did you update CDBurnerXP, any drivers/firmware or the OS?

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I am having the same problem and I do not understand what floele is referring to.  Can you explain it in computer dummies terms?  What is DAO and OS?  I have never had a problem burning a CD.  TKS for your help

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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DAO is a special burning mode that is usually supported by burning devices, but may not be and is required for burning CD-Text. "OS" is short for operating system.

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