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Easy CD Creator 3.x Track Writer Errors

TrackWriter error messages appear in the View Errors dialog if there is a problem when testing or writing a CD. This table gives causes and solutions for the most common errors; for any error codes or text not listed in this table, please contact the appropriate technical support department.

IMPORTANT: If your copy of Easy CD Creator came bundled with a recorder, you will need to contact the recorder manufacturer or reseller for support. If you own Easy CD Creator Deluxe, you may search the Adaptec Support Knowledgebase (ASK).

Error Code Error Text Causes & Solutions
T0100
T7001
TrackWriter error Unknown error; contact technical support.
T7002
T730C
T7505
Insufficient resources Insufficient memory to run Easy CD Creator. Close down all other applications. Try re-starting Easy CD Creator, and set aside more space for the swap file (in the Windows control panel), or buy more RAM for your computer.
T7003
T710B
T7309
Invalid pointer Restart Easy CD Creator. If the problem persists, please contact technical support.
T7008
T7404
User abort User aborted or cancelled the operation. If you didn't do it, check your SCSI cables and termination, reboot your computer, and restart the recorder.
T7009
T700A
T700B
T700C
DLL not found or incorrect version One or more of the DLLs used by Easy CD Creator is an older version, not compatible with the version of the software you're using. Reinstall the latest version of Easy CD Creator to ensure that you've got everything up to date.
T7105
T7305
T7306
T730D
File description invalid for a source file Something is wrong with the list of source files to be written; a file may have been moved or deleted, or there was a file system error. Re-start Easy CD Creator and re-create your list of files.
T7107
T7304
T7501
Create thread failed Insufficient memory to run Easy CD Creator. Close down all other applications, try re-starting Easy CD Creator, and set aside more space for the swap file (in the Windows control panel), or buy more RAM for your computer.
T7109
T7125
T7126
T7204
T730B
T7311
T7503
T7504
Insufficient memory to complete the operation Insufficient memory to run Easy CD Creator. Close down all other applications, try re-starting Easy CD Creator, and set aside more space for the swap file (in the Windows control panel), or buy more RAM for your computer.
T7118 SCSI command retry failed Easy CD Creator had trouble communicating with the recorder, and attempts to re-issue the failed command also failed. This error should be accompanied by another that describes the real problem.
T7101
T711A
T7121
ASPI failure Your version of ASPI may be out of date. Make sure you've got the latest.
T7123
T7317
T750D
Wait failed Easy CD Creator was waiting for acknowledgement that a command it sent to the recorder had been completed, but did not receive this acknowledgement. Check your SCSI cables and termination, reboot your computer, and restart the recorder.
T7124 Win32CD command failed A command failed in reading from a CD-ROM drive. Check your SCSI cables, clean the source CD, restart the CD-ROM drive, Easy CD Creator, and perhaps the PC.
T7124 CD read failed There was an error reading from the source CD. Check your SCSI cables, clean the source CD, restart the CD-ROM drive, Easy CD Creator, and perhaps the PC.
T7127 Flush failed Easy CD Creator sent a flush command in an attempt to recover from a recorder error, but the flush failed. This error will be accompanied by another message describing the real problem
T7301
T7401
T7502
Initialization failed Try again to launch Easy CD Creator. If this error persists, try reinstalling the software.
T7307 Data incomplete This error may occur when WAV files recorded as audio tracks are shorter than described in the source list. Easy CD Creator will pad the file with zeroes (silence) to reach the reported track length.
T7308
T730A
T7318
File read failed If you are recording data, make sure that all the files you wish to record are actually available. There could also be a problem with the hard disk being used to temporarily cache files. If the problem persists, run ScanDisk to check the hard disk for defects and/or choose another hard disk.
T76xx TrackWriter warning - Operation continues There was a recorder error, but the software was able to recover and compensate for it. If this kind of error occurs persistently, you may need to have your recorder checked, but in any case the disc you burned should be fine.
 Buffer underrun errors See About Buffer Underruns