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In short you need a lot of memory for doing such things in Corel and many other applications. Operating systems are not what they used to be and every driver and every option enabled uses more and more of the precious RAM capacity so the only option is to get more RAM into your system. You should try to get 4Gb and this operation will go ahead with no problems.
thats no problem sir,u can upgrade the memory cards of the computer to the level which it supports may be 1gb,2gb or 4gb..... u can purchase another memory stick of same specifications because its availiable is different size like 128Mb,256Mb,512Mb or 1Gb.....you can use any one according to your wish...
It looks like from error codes that yoi may have a hardware error, or a disk format problem, if this is only burning problem you have on pc and it worked before, then uninstall and reinstall Nero, info gathered from here, http://www.isobuster.com/help.php?help=305
sense code 5 ASC 2c= 5 / 2C / 00 COMMAND SEQUENCE ERROR
5ASC2700=5 / 27 / 00 WRITE PROTECTED Please give good rating if this helps you or points you in right direction, thanks
Operating System: # Windows XP with Service Pack 2 or later # Windows Vista (32-bit or 64-bit editions)
Hard Disk: # 430 MB
Memory: # 512 MB RAM
Optical Drive: # DVD-ROM
Other: # 1,024 × 768 or better monitor resolution # Mouse or tablet
Where these are the minimum specs I would recommend at least 1+gb memory and a good graphics card and a P4 or AMD processor running at 1.8ghz or better, and that would depend on how in depth you get into the program
when printers are being used it requires a lot of memory especially for larger files.
my first suggestion is to get more memory, however to validate that it is the problem press ctrl alt delete and go to the system monitor to see the ram usage during the printing, if its maxed out then you know its 100% needs more ram.
in the short term you can increase manually the virtual memory of xp so it uses the harddrive as temporary memory to make printing faster
RIGHT Click... My Computer From the menu choose Properties Click the Advanced tab Click Startup and Recovery Under the system failure area take the check OUT of the box that says Automatically Restart.
Windows XP sucks on 128MB, get yourself more memory, go to 1 Gig. Your problem could also be hardware such as a power supply so re-comment if the suggestion did not work for you.
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