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Old February 10th, 2001, 04:35 PM
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CAN ANYBODY HELP?
I RECENTLY PURCHASED MICROSTUDIO V.2.1
I HAVE GONE THROUGH AL THE CHANGES IN MY SYSTEM THAT I HAD TO DO, I HAVE ALSO DOUBLE CHECKED THE CHANGES AND THEY ARE CORRECT ACCORDING TO MTU'S INSTRUCTIONS.
THE PROBLEM IS THAT I CANNOT COPY ABOVE 6X.
I'VE TRIED CHANGING READING AND WRITING SPEEDS BUT I KEEP GETTING THE FOLLOWING MESSAGE
ERROR : WRITE COMMAND FAILED ON DEVICE 1:0:0
READ/WRITE ERROR OR BAD MEDIUM DETECTED(04h 00h 02h 03h 0ch 08h)
I'M USING TDK REFLEX CERTIFIED 12X
THEY CAN'T BE THE PROBLEM BECAUSE BEFORE I PURCHASED MICROSTUDIO I WAS USING DISC ARCHITECT, AND I WAS USING TDK'S AND BURNING AT 8X ALL THE TIME.
MY CD-RECORDER IS A HP 9300 AND MY OPERATING SYSTEM IS WINDOWS MILENIUM.
CAN ANYBODY HELP ME, I'M CRACKING UP! WITH THIS PROBLEM.
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Old February 11th, 2001, 08:01 PM
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There are several things that can cause this

1. Your computer hard drive may not be able to provide the data fast enought to write higher than 6x. At MTU we have several computers that cannot exceed 8x speed, even with very fast 7,200RPM IDE UDMA/100 hard drives. Having a CD-Recorder capable of writing 12x does not mean your computer will allow this speed, only that the CDR is capable of it. This can be a very frustrating point that is impossible to determine without directly testing the computer. That is what you are now doing.

2. Running any other programs while you are trying to write a CDR disc can slow down data transfers, or randomly interrupt Microstudio while writing to the CDR. Either will terminate the writing process with the resulting error message you report.

3. Your computer may not have enough RAM memory. We strongly recommend 128MB of RAM today, but 64MB should be sufficient. If you don't have at least 64MB, upgrade with an additional 128MB today, because at February 11, 2001 RAM prices are very low.
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