I upgraded my PC recently, and after that my Samsung SW-248B started to produce errors on the burned CDs.
I usually find about 5-15 different bits in the files on the burned CD (I'm using 'fc /b' to compare the files). Some CDs are burned correctly.
Burning speed does not matter, I tested it from 8x to x32.
There were no errors with my old computer (Celeron 400, slow HDD, not using DMA, some BX motherboard).
Now I have ATA133 HDD, Athlon 2.2 XP, and KT-400 based Gigabyte motherboard.
The burner is mounted as a secondary master, the HDD is a primary master, I also have Pioneer DVD drive mounted as a secondary slave. All devices work in the DMA mode.
I use NERO to burn the CDs, my OS is Windows 2000.
Does anyone know what could be the possible source of the problem?
How can this be fixed?