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Old 05-17-2006, 10:30 PM   #1
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Using computer while writing audio CD to flac?


I am converting all of my audio CDs to flac. While BURNING cds, I know it is a bad idea to use the computer, as this can lead to a poor quality burn. Is this the same when transfering the contents of audio CDs to the HD? I am using Sound Juicer.
 
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Not with any modern PC it shouldn't be a problem. Ripping a CD while copying large files around on the same IDE channel would put unnecessary load on your machine but stuff like web browsing, word processing or chatting won't be an issue.
 
  


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