Joined: Nov. 2003
||Posted: Jan. 03 2004,08:16
If using WinDoze to burn, use a Disc-At-Once or something similar. Make sure your using CD-R Media not CD-RW for maximum compatibility. If using more than one CDROM make sure your BIOS has been setup to boot from the one that you use for the cd. You could also try burning at a slow speed. It could be that the media your using is too 'slow' for your burner, altough good software (if such a thing exists in windows) should have caught the error and adjusted the speed accordingly. Try a media with a matching speed or over what your burner is capable of.
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