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Bsod Saving Directly To Cd-rw.


jricha20

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I have a squirrely problem that seems to occur in several versions EMC (6, 7, 7.5).

 

When a user tries to save a file directly to a CD-RW that has been formatted with Drag-to-disk, the system will crash with a STOP 0x27 error in CDUDF_XP.SYS then reboots.

 

If we save the file to the hard drive, copy it to the CD-RW, open it, edit it, then save it, everything is fine. The file on the disk is updated and reads like it should.

 

This has happened on every Roxio-equipped system I have tried.

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I have a squirrely problem that seems to occur in several versions EMC (6, 7, 7.5).

 

When a user tries to save a file directly to a CD-RW that has been formatted with Drag-to-disk, the system will crash with a STOP 0x27 error in CDUDF_XP.SYS then reboots.

 

If we save the file to the hard drive, copy it to the CD-RW, open it, edit it, then save it, everything is fine. The file on the disk is updated and reads like it should.

 

This has happened on every Roxio-equipped system I have tried.

 

Guessing you have Norton AV running actively??? Check their site for a fix, they broke it!

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I have a squirrely problem that seems to occur in several versions EMC (6, 7, 7.5).

 

When a user tries to save a file directly to a CD-RW that has been formatted with Drag-to-disk, the system will crash with a STOP 0x27 error in CDUDF_XP.SYS then reboots.

 

If we save the file to the hard drive, copy it to the CD-RW, open it, edit it, then save it, everything is fine. The file on the disk is updated and reads like it should.

 

This has happened on every Roxio-equipped system I have tried.

Just out of curiosity ... I hope you aren't using this for backup storage?

 

If so, you are using the worst possible combination of program and media - Packet-Writing and RW.

 

You might check to see if your older discs - with luck, over a year old, but could be 3 months or less - are readable.

 

Lynn

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