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Problem burning .bin and .cue with new burner

Discussion in 'CD-R' started by Dopeness, Dec 5, 2003.

  1. Dopeness

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    Hey guys I'm new to the board and have a weird problem when trying to burn any .bin and .cue. On my old computer I was able to burn anything with no problems, now I have a new DVD-rw and whenever i try to burn a bin and cue with any program ( I've tried Nero, Alcohol 120%, and Fireburner )the burning stops in the " Buffering Lead-in" sequence and in Fireburner i get an error " Illegal Request". Would anyone know what might be the cause of this problem and a possible solution? I've never had problems burning .bin and .cues on my old computer and now im stumped :(. Thanks for any replies!
     
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    Bump, someone please help me!
     
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    OS? Burner model? ASPI? Specs? :)
     
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    haha sorry bout that!
    OS = Windows XP
    Burner = Sony DVD RW DW-U10A ( got this off Device Manager)
    ASPI = I installed the first one found in that FAQ on this site but didn't fix anything.
    P4 2.8 Ghz, 512 RAM
    Any of this information help? I was looking for drivers for this burner but couldnt find any.
     
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    1. You might consider using ASPI 4.60 (1021) as opposed to 4.71 B2, it seems to work better with people

    2. Might there be a firmware update for your burner?

    3. I vaguely recall reading about problems with one of the SOny model DVD burners, you might try hitting the sony website :)
     

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