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    As above. And should it be used at all in most burns.
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    It will enable slow burning when needed but if the disc itself has defect errors then nothing will help.
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  3. Consult the Book of Knowledge! (wikipedia)
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Optical_disc_recording_technologies#Buffer_underrun_protection

    A buffer underrun occurs during recording if the supply of data to the recorder is interrupted before the write is complete. Software typically moves the data to be recorded into a buffer; underrun occurs if the recorder processes data in the buffer faster than the software reloads it.

    DVD+R, DVD+RW and the recordable Blu-ray formats are immune from buffer underrun as these discs contain technology that allows the recorder's write mechanism to precisely locate the end of the recorded track and to seamlessly carry on from where it left off. Many disc authoring utilities 'grey out' the buffer underrun protection option when these discs are being written
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