rovingcowboy wrote:thats a windows error either for out of room on the cdrom or loss of packet when burning which is first noticed by the cdrom drive making a noise that sounds like it just ran over a few road bumps and slows down. that is what dumping the cache sounds like.
Ludek wrote:Hard to say. Watching http://www.cdspeed2000.com/errorcodes.html it is one of Illegal Request codes. Did you try to disable 'On the fly audio burning'?
rovingcowboy wrote:okay so the cdrom drive it's self caused the error not monkey.
just what did it do to make it dump the cache.? this could have been caused by any number
of items starting in the background that interrupted the drive such as a virus scan, starting up.
but one way to make sure it might not happen again. is to load all the songs in to one folder before you
burn the cdrom. that way it does not have to hunt all over the drives for the songs they are in one folder.
that will help with the cache of the cdrom drive, which sounds like it is kind of small.
so making that folder cache could be the answer you need.
rovingcowboy wrote:so it was monkey dumping the cache.
where you doing anything else with the system, are you sure something didn't run in the background
that too the memory away from monkey, and made monkey dump the cached songs.
are you trying to level the songs at the same time. that would slow up monkey and make the supply of songs fall too far behind thus making the cache empty too long and the driver just stop for lack of data.
Morgen wrote:I had this problem with a friend's computer (running Vista). Turns out the drive was not equipped for burning CD-text. Once that was disabled it burned CD's just fine. Reference the following knowledgebase article to see if this is you.
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