The fix had worked for me (Win XP Home/SP1), but just for kicks, I tried it on my old system (Win95A, just used for communication, not burning anymore) - and it didn't stay fixed. The values in the registry changed when the "burn" button was pressed, but also on exit after simulation. After reading the last few posts in this thread, I did some more tests. Results: on both rigs the fix works and stays put only
if the key is set to 1 in HKCU and to 0 in HKLM. However, sometimes only HKCU was reset to 0 (on exit after simulation), sometimes both keys. Don't nail me down on the combination. This seems to jibe with everything else posted recently.
Wedge Maniac wrote:I did a burn of music and the speed stayed constant at 16x (typically my preference for burning audio to CDRs). So I'm not sure if it's working or not. I will do another burn and post back the results.
Just have a look in the registry- if the value is "1", it stayed active.