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I have a 48x CD/R drive, XP pro, and the basic Roxio setup the Dell comes with....ihave tried to burn CD"s lately with music purchased off of Napster and ect, as i have yet to upgrade to a Ipod, however whenevr i try it get close to completeing the CD or it does finish the CD but it gets this Error: Error. Power Calibration Area Full. i have tried using other software to Burn the CD's but it doesn't work....anyone know whats wrong with it?
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Have you tried using a different brand or different batch of CDRs? This problem can be due to the discs being defective.

Failing that, its likely to be either a power issue or a fault with the actual recorder itself. Make sure you have disabled windows power management (or increase the time out period).
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Have you tried using a different brand or different batch of CDRs? This problem can be due to the discs being defective.

Failing that, its likely to be either a power issue or a fault with the actual recorder itself. Make sure you have disabled windows power management (or increase the time out period).

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thanks..i thjink it's the disks...[bleep]..i just bought them...it was a 100 pack..crap...
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OK, try some different discs and let us know if you still have problems.
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