On Wed, Mar 27, 2002 at 11:20:48PM +1200, Vincent Cunniffe wrote:
> 3. Personal experience : I have never, ever, managed a coaster on a SCSI
> burner, I have managed a few on IDE ones, always due to timeouts.
Every single coaster I've created on my own SCSI burner were because of
faulty media. Never anything else.
Bck when I had a K6 200 with 64MB, I used to play MP3s, record MP3s and
do all sorts of work while burning. On my Duron, I have accidentally left
a DivX ;-) encoding process in the background along with the usual MP3
playing. I think the buffer was down to 80% full at one stage in XCDRoast.
I use 8MB buffers, just in case ;)
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