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Cd Write Problem


rannellis

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I've been fighting this problem for some time and have just about exhausted my options other than replacing the CD Rom. I bought Roxio Easy CD & DVD Burning package. I was able to record one music CD and since then it fails to complete any music burning function. Roxio progress shows that the tracks are being recorded and then it indicates the CD recording has finished, but when I view the contents of the disc, it is empty. There are no error messages during the burning process.

 

With all my attempts to burn, the software now indicates that some of the music I'm trying to copy has reached my 3-time limit, so I'm restricted from any further burning (without even getting one viable copy!).

 

Then I tried copying disc to disc (a disc I've never copied before). When I try to copy disc to disc, I receive a write error [03/0C/00] error #130C000A.

 

My CD Rom is a Teac Artec WRR-4848. I've checked and it appears that I have the current driver. Am unable to find much info about the error except as it relates to DVD.

 

Any suggestions? Is it time for new CD hardware?

 

Thanks!

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I've been fighting this problem for some time and have just about exhausted my options other than replacing the CD Rom. I bought Roxio Easy CD & DVD Burning package. I was able to record one music CD and since then it fails to complete any music burning function. Roxio progress shows that the tracks are being recorded and then it indicates the CD recording has finished, but when I view the contents of the disc, it is empty. There are no error messages during the burning process.

 

With all my attempts to burn, the software now indicates that some of the music I'm trying to copy has reached my 3-time limit, so I'm restricted from any further burning (without even getting one viable copy!).

 

Then I tried copying disc to disc (a disc I've never copied before). When I try to copy disc to disc, I receive a write error [03/0C/00] error #130C000A.

 

My CD Rom is a Teac Artec WRR-4848. I've checked and it appears that I have the current driver. Am unable to find much info about the error except as it relates to DVD.

 

Any suggestions? Is it time for new CD hardware?

 

Thanks!

 

It appears your Teac Artec WRR-4848 is a 48x12x48 burner - not CD-ROM. CD-ROMs are Read-Only, they don't do any recordilng.

 

You indicate that at least some of these files are downloads. If you downloaded the files, they probably have DRM (Digital Rights Management) code, and cannot be burned by anything other than what you signed an agreement is specificly allowed. You need to burn dirctly to a CD as you download - you can keep a CD-RW for the purposes, Then rip the files to your Hard Drive and you can build CDs from there.

 

Have you done "the ususal" - defrag the Hard Drive, turn off background programs like Screen Saver and AV, get offline if you have 24/7, etc?

 

When you tried to copy a disc - was this a commercial disc? Did you try to go from a CD-ROM to the burner, or from the burner drive to the burner?

 

Lynn

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It appears your Teac Artec WRR-4848 is a 48x12x48 burner - not CD-ROM. CD-ROMs are Read-Only, they don't do any recordilng.

 

You indicate that at least some of these files are downloads. If you downloaded the files, they probably have DRM (Digital Rights Management) code, and cannot be burned by anything other than what you signed an agreement is specificly allowed. You need to burn dirctly to a CD as you download - you can keep a CD-RW for the purposes, Then rip the files to your Hard Drive and you can build CDs from there.

 

Have you done "the ususal" - defrag the Hard Drive, turn off background programs like Screen Saver and AV, get offline if you have 24/7, etc?

 

When you tried to copy a disc - was this a commercial disc? Did you try to go from a CD-ROM to the burner, or from the burner drive to the burner?

 

Lynn

 

 

Thanks for replying. I do have a burner and have been able to use it the past to record music. All of the music that I burn comes from commercial CDs that I've purchased and then ripped to my computer, but the CDs are registered online automatically. (I'm just complaining that all my attempts at burning have used up my allotted 3 times without resulting in 1 successful copy!) None of my music files are downloaded. I have defragged the HD, turned off other programs, etc. The fact that I have been able to burn in the past (using MediaPlayer) but am not able to now suggests to me that there is something wrong with the drive. When I tried to burn disc-to-disc, I tried going from burner-to-burner and then burner-to-HD and then HD-to-burner. Neither worked. That's when I got the error msg.

 

Thanks.

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Thanks for replying. I do have a burner and have been able to use it the past to record music. All of the music that I burn comes from commercial CDs that I've purchased and then ripped to my computer, but the CDs are registered online automatically. (I'm just complaining that all my attempts at burning have used up my allotted 3 times without resulting in 1 successful copy!) None of my music files are downloaded. I have defragged the HD, turned off other programs, etc. The fact that I have been able to burn in the past (using MediaPlayer) but am not able to now suggests to me that there is something wrong with the drive. When I tried to burn disc-to-disc, I tried going from burner-to-burner and then burner-to-HD and then HD-to-burner. Neither worked. That's when I got the error msg.

 

Thanks.

It suggest to me that nothing is wrong with your burner that the DRM software associated with WinPlayer hasn't caused. Now that it's imposed its rules, you are much more likely to get a successful burn with WinPlayer. And if you only have an "alloted 3 times", everything is being handle with DRM.

 

I'm not sure how badly WinPlayer inerferes with Version 6. WinPlayer 9 will put ECDC 5 out of commission permantly, and WinPlayer 10 is not compatible with ECDC 5 but can be backed out.

 

Lynn

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