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BertNoir

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Hello, I have been burning CDs without any problem, until now. Sometimes, during the burning process, the computer freezes and I have to restart it. Then, maybe, if I repeat the operation it will burn ok. Any suggestions, please. Thanks for your help. Regards, Bert.

AMD Athlon XP 2800+
Abit NF7-S2 motherboard
Windows XP Pro 5.01.2600 SP2
Aopen DUW 1608/12x - Firmware Version A080
Nero Software Version 6.6.1.4
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Did you try to reinstall the software or is that not possible, Eliminate all software problems first then look at the hardware aspect. I know its simple and youve probably already tried it but, you never know.
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Thanks for your reply. Yes I have tried as you suggested but no luck
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Have you tried different burning software would be a better test, there is a list of freeware apps in the applications forum.
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01 – BertNoir –[CD Burn Problem]
24th April 2006

Just a few ideas and/or qestions

Try searching for these drivers and variations on PC – secdrv.sys & sptd.sys
1- Click on Start Button
2- Highlight Search
3- Click on For Files and Folders
4- Click Advanced Options
5- Click Search Subfolders
6- Type – secdrv* – in the Search for Files or Folders named Block
7- Click Start Search Post results
8- Type – sptd* – in the Search for Files or Folders named Block
9- Click – Start Search Post Results

1- How much RAM do you have
2- How old is PC? – Measure CPU Temp
3- Try updating CD Drivers

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BertNoir

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Attached File  secdrv.pdf   6.21KB   214 downloadsHello, For secdrv* I got: secdrv.inf results in attachment
secdrv.PNF
secdrv.sys
I didn't get any results for sptd*
I ahve 512MB Ram. PC is about a year old. The CPU temp is 40 degrees centigrade. I haven't tried upgrading the drivers yet. Thanks, Bert
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