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Lost of buffer while recording cdrs!

What can I do to my computer do not lose the buffer while I'm recording a cdr?? I have already turned off all the other programs and sometimes the cpu still loses the buffer and then I lost another cdr! Please help me out with it!
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Thiago121399
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rbrCommented:
Pls give more info about your system. Which CDR, RAM, CPU, speed, HD size, what do you want to record, ...!

More points would be helpful too.
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Thiago121399Author Commented:
rbr,

I have a celeron 333, I use easy cd creator with an hp8100 cdrw, 32 RAM.My hd is 3.2g and everything that I try to record the cpu lost the buffer, both audio and data cds!
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Banyan99Commented:
Take a look at HP's website. They have alot of info on this. Thinsg like changing ini files and buffer sizes.

http://www.hp.com/go/cdr

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bchewCommented:
As a workaround, take the option to create a cd image on your hard drive first, then write the cdr from that image.
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BrainMasterCommented:
also try burning it slower, even at 1x.

Another info site:
http://www.fadden.com/cdrfaq
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harley47Commented:
are you trying to write from CD to CD? if so what speed is your CD-ROM?  In my setup at home I bought a DVD-Rom for doing CD to CD writes (works great) or I always copy the information to my hard drive first. Then defrag the drive. then write the CD.

Bill
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robson082699Commented:
Try disabling all power saving options (screen saver/ power management in Windows and Bios if it has it).
I had the same problem when I first started burning CDRs. Once these were all turned off it worked fine.
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