When writing cd's with my lite-on 32123s, using nero 220.127.116.11, I always get errors if I check the verify data option. It says that some files are different from the original files, but that they are accessible.
Should I worry about it?
Another thing, When writing at 12x, my harddisk manage to keep the buffer full, but when writing faster, the writer has to pause several times because the buffer is empty. Is that normal?
I have an AMD K6-2 500MHz, 384MB RAM; the cd-rw is attached as secondary master, secondary slave is a 5400rpm (backup)harddisk. Promary master is 7200rpm seagate 40GB harddisk (barracuda ata IV). Priamry slave is a 50X cd-rom. I already enabled UDMA in the bios and set both ide-channels to 'udma if available (windows XP), but still the same. I think I have ata33-ide-cables. Could it help to replace 1 or both by an ata66/100?