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Won't record playlist error occurs

Every time I try to record my playlist it says error occured, why?

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Can you elaborate more on exactly what is your procedure, are you able to burn data files? Will be happy to help you

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What does Error 1 mean?

Error 1 - Indicates time card stuffing. If an individual tries to force a card into the unit, the 4000/4000HD will accept the card but will not print or store any payroll data. If this situation occurs, an ERROR 1 will show on the front display and the card will not be "punched".

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* You receive various disc write error messages.
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* You experience issues with third-party programs that you use to write data to the disc.
* You cannot read the disc in all versions of Windows.
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Troubleshooting specific errors
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dear kevin,

When you downloaded the playlist, did you dl a bunch at one time?  If you did, an error could ve occured which affects the plyaing mode.
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