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Can I use my computer for other tasks while a LightScribe label is burning?

Article ID: 798
Last updated: 19 Jun, 2008
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Yes. LightScribe labels don't have the buffer-underrun issues that can affect the data sides of discs, so there's no need to worry that you could cause problems by running other software while your disc is getting labeled.

If you want, you can even use Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker to edit the label design you're currently printing. The software creates a safe copy of your disc design that it sends to the LightScribe system before it starts printing, so any changes you make to your label design while you're printing a LightScribe label won't affect the active print job.

Learn more about Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker (now with LightScribe support!)

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