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What does it mean? - 10/20/2002 7:10:28 PM   
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When burning, I get the error message "internal target failure"I am using nero 5.5.9.0, Win98SE,a P# computer with 256 MB RAM and when I burn Nero is the only thing open besdies Explorer when I co Ctrl-Alt- Del.

Does anyone know what that means and how I can fix it so that when I burn it does not show up? I have had 5 bad CDs cause of the error message. Thanks
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RE: What does it mean? - 10/21/2002 5:26:59 PM   
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perhaps you should upgrade to nero 5.5.9.14, newest version to my knowledge.


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RE: What does it mean? - 10/22/2002 6:34:36 AM   
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Thanks for your reply.

I have sucessfully burned a Video CD. But now when I burn Audio CD with the same burner and nero 5.5.9.0, the "internal target failure" error shows up again in the log. So I think it might be something other than the version of nero that I am using.

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RE: What does it mean? - 10/22/2002 6:42:08 AM   
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well after that i have no idea. Sorry.


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RE: What does it mean? - 10/23/2002 10:59:16 PM   
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This only occurs with audio?


Can we narrow it down some more? Are you able to do a CD Copy of an audio CD using your recorder as both source and destination?

IF yes, how are the audio files created that you are trying to write to the CD?

Try this, place an audio CD in your recorder and use Nero's Recorder>Save Track to save to your HD in WAV, or MP3, or whatever format you wish. (Should be the same format you are having trouble with) And then use Nero to burn these same audio files you just created back to an audio CD. If this works, then the previous source audio files are suspect and may have some corruption in them.

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Craig

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