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Marty Kjose
Posted on Saturday, January 6, 2001 - 1:41 pm:   

I have a Sony crx 140e cd-rw. It has been recording both audio and data cds fine for some time now. I am running cd direct and cd creator 4.02. Now all of a sudden I can no longer record audio cds. It will record one track and close the session with a t0100 trackwriter warning-operation continues & a t7728 i/o error(04/08/03)unexpected error. Cd direct and data recording still works fine. I have uninstalled and reinstalled cd creator several times. Hardware, sofware, firmware??? I don't know?????
Dave
Posted on Sunday, January 7, 2001 - 10:31 pm:   

Try creating an image file (.clf) of your audio on the hard drive and then writing the CD.

Cd-R's seem to be real sensitive to heat in the case; check your cooling fans.

Check for a firmware update. Can't hurt, right?

Could be an impending failure of the CD-R. Hope you're still under warranty.
peter barnard
Posted on Friday, January 12, 2001 - 2:07 pm:   

try using the "nero burning rom " program to write with, from http://www.nero.com/en/index2.htm
also, try writing at a slower speed, you may be having buffer-underrun problems, or the media you are using may not support the speed. i think it unlikely that the drive has failed, because the problem is consistent. But heat will shorten the life of the drive, yes, although that kind of problem is usually intermitant, and afects older drives. If nero dosnt help, try installing it in a different computer, if that is possible.
rick caudill
Posted on Wednesday, May 2, 2001 - 7:21 pm:   

I have the same sony sys. I had the same problem.
Try another burning utilty like nero or cd-clone
(you can download it here http://www.elby.de/)
Also how you have it connected to your MB can make or break you sys.
Most CD-burners need to be set as the master(even though they have a jumper for slave, I think its just for looks;)& if you can give your burner it's own IDE cable&channel it will give you less errors. hope it helps............rick

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