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  1. #1
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    Jan 2000
    Northwest Florida

    What does buffer underrun mean?

    I've heard this alot, can someone explain
    what this means. Im new to cd burning and have had some minor problems and would like to find an answer for them. Thanks in advance.
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  2. #2
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    Mar 2000
    Muncie, IN, USA
    A buffer underrun is when your burner and the device you are copying from can not keep up with each other. to get around this problem you can set up your software to copy the data to the temp folder first and then burn the CD.

    Hope this helps you out.
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