Please Help - Illegal Request Error Code 52102 - Can't Burn CDs

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IrieSteve
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Please Help - Illegal Request Error Code 52102 - Can't Burn CDs

Post by IrieSteve » Tue May 22, 2018 1:13 pm

I hope someone can help - I am trying to burn audio CDs using Media Monkey vers. 4.1.19.1859. I am burning .wav files to CDRs. I have done this in the past using Media Monkey but I upgraded recently to the new version and I cannot get it to work now. I am receiving the message: "Illegal Request Error Code 52102" I have tried unchecking all of the different options (on the fly, disc at once, level volume) but nothing works. I get this error after about 2% to 5% of burn process and the CDRs are unusable afterward. I am running a Dell laptop with Windows 10.

I am trying to make the CDs for set break music at my festival this weekend and it is getting down to the wire so any help would be greatly appreciated.

Steve

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Re: Please Help - Illegal Request Error Code 52102 - Can't Burn CDs

Post by Peke » Wed May 23, 2018 4:49 pm

Hi,
I've been seeing a number of same error on Win 10 last week and it was not the matter of what application I used to BURN CDs all failed. Looks like Problem is that in Win 10 CD drive is not locked and windows itself interrupts Burn Process corrupting the Burn stream. I firstly thought it is the drive but putting same drive on Win 7 makes all work without problem. I'm investigating and already filed reports to other third party app devs to see what is going on.

Try to disable CD-Text and do a track at once and lower Burn Speed.
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Re: Please Help - Illegal Request Error Code 52102 - Can't Burn CDs

Post by BoinaVerde » Mon Sep 17, 2018 6:04 am

Just a caution to be careful. I did a Google search looking for a fix and found a very legitimate looking page with a link to "Fix-it" tool called ReimageRepair.exe. I downloaded it, but forturnately I scanned it with MalWareBytes which revealed that it was program advertised as a System Optimizer, which once you download onto your system gives you false positives in an attempt to get you purchase their software. I don't have a fix to Error Code 52102, but hopefully this post will save someone from getting a larger problem.

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