Hi Lisa, Wednesday, November 12, 2003, 1:16:33 AM, you wrote: LS> I've been having problems with my CD burner for the longest time now. I LS> have a DVD Rom and a CD Burner, so I can burn from one CD to another. LS> That option usually doesn't work, though. It will try, but the Buffer LS> percentage never gets high enough to burn anything. It comes up with an LS> error that says Buffer Underrun, or something. What does that mean, and LS> how can it be fixed? Sometimes if I copy the CD to my hard drive I can LS> burn it that way without the buffer underrun problem. How come it works LS> that way? Any info much appreciated. In addition to what Elaine said, it sounds like you might have an older drive. All drives on the market now have something called BURN-Proof, or something similar, which takes steps to either avoid or hide buffer under-runs. This is done by either dynamically slowing down the write speed, or by going back and restarting where it left off. You may also have too much running in the background; if you haven't already, try restarting in safe mode, to see if that helps (if it'll even work in safe mode). Also, try running DEFRAG on the hard drive(s) first; that may help a bit. --Scott. To unsubscribe from this list send an email to pcductape-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the Subject field OR by logging into the Web interface.