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Goes to pma writing on its own.

Willl record tape to cd fine,but goes to pma writing on its own when recording exteranlly.

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http://www.cdrfaq.org/faq02.html#S2-19

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did the power fail during recording?

have you tried putting the cd back in the machine?

you should be able to finalise it as long as the PMA completed

the disc wont come out normally untill the PMA rec message finishes.

i have this machine myself.

there is a mode that will scan a disc if the PMA is missing

if power was turned off during recording it usually enters a "REPAIR" mode when turned on again.

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darren




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