Pedro Fradique da Silva (email@example.com)
Mon, 06 Dec 1999 14:54:58 +0000
Lionel Cons wrote:
> I'm trying to use an HP CD-Writer Plus 7510e to create CDs with
> cdrecord and it always fails with buffer underruns.
> This device is an external one connected to the parallel port. It
> works fine to read CDs and it even wrote a small (<5MB) one. However,
> it consistently fails when I try to write a real CD (>600MB). BTW, I'm
> using cdrecord 1.8a32, my PC is a 600 MHz PIII with 128 MB of RAM
> running Red Hat 6.1, the CD image is on the (only) IDE disk. I tried
> to change the speed but it ignored my speed=1 option and stayed at
> 2x. I tried to increase the buffers but it didn't help.
> Does anyone use successfully this device?
> Are there some hardware settings that I should check?
> Are there configuration options that I should check from Linux?
> Thanks in advance for your help...
> Lionel Cons http://home.cern.ch/~cons
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> Murphy's 4th Law's Corollary:
> If there is a worse time for something to go wrong, it will happen then.
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Did you set the Paralell port to EPP mode?
From what I read that could be your problem.
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