Who's fault is it hardware or software


My CD burner was working fine. But recently when I try to burn a CD (music, data, etc...) It goes through the usual process. But at the end, it doesn't burn and give me this error message. "Cannot complete because end of stream has been reached.". Is this a hardware or software problem. How do you fix it? Thanks for your help.


This question was answered on April 22, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

Usually with a problem like this you have to examine everything cuz it can be tricky because I too have recieved messages like that on my CD burning software In your case big chances are that it is your software beause hardware memory wise you are well sufficient on that part What I would recommend is to uninstal and reinstal the cd recording software into your computer that what i would do Since unfortunatly i do not know what software you are using to burn your cds this is the best advice i can recomend for your situation If the problem persists call the manufacturer of the software you are using or check out there websites and look for the FAQ

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Posted by Student of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on April 22, 2003