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  2. dr_ml422

    TSSTcorp CDDVD SH-S202J SB03 won't read disc

    You're correct. Everything to avoid blame! So what's new? I'm about finished condensing everything to HEVC. I see no need for discs unless I have some nice private collection, as the hard drives are sufficient for backup. I had an incident yesterday removing my lost cellphone from Amazon. First you have to go online. 2nd you have to choose what was actually using the phone, like Kindle etc... which is stupid because you should just have to delete the device and by default everything associated with it. It was so frustrating tstl. As the instructions never mentioned any of that. Also if you get an Amazon app phone, it doesn't use the Amazon store for updates, which doesn't make any sense whatsoever. So you don't know who's updating the Amazon app whether it's the Android Marketplace or whether it's Amazon and then they put it in the marketplace. Why waste time updating it and putting it in the Android Marketplace if people who use Amazon are right there already and can just swipe up any app and update it through your app store?
  3. dbminter

    Virus/Attack ?

    Try Mirror 7. That's the direct download link and most likely to be unaltered. Some of those "virus" hits are false positives. They're not viruses but PUP, Potentially Unwanted Programs. PUA probably means Potentially Unwanted Application. Lazy AV software writers lump PUP's with viruses even though they aren't.
  4. illconducted

    Virus/Attack ?

    Hi, When I try to download, I get viruses. http://download.imgburn.com/SetupImgBurn_2.5.8.0.exe When I test a Mirror and manage to download it has the wrong hash. It happens that people hack pages and then add viruses.
  5. LIGHTNING UK!

    Nothing On Disc

    This is not going to be an ImgBurn bug. Please post the log.
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  7. dbminter

    Nothing On Disc

    If you can, take this disc and make sure, on another PC, that the disc is, in fact, empty, with nothing on it. Also, to cover all bases, in Write mode, Test Mode is not checked?
  8. KitchM

    Nothing On Disc

    Just like in the topic Why is disc ejected before burning done, the DVD is ejected with nothing on it. Even if pushed back in, nothing progresses from there. The message: Device Not Ready (Logical Unit is in process of becoming ready) After a while the message is: Device Not Ready (Medium Not Present - tray closed) The log states: "Waiting for device to become ready...". I am using a Dell Studio XPS with Windows 7 Home Premium.
  9. dbminter

    TSSTcorp CDDVD SH-S202J SB03 won't read disc

    The US government has talked about privatizing the USPS for some years. And, maybe, it might make the service better. Or better yet just farm out the entire USPS system to UPS. Pay UPS to deliver ALL mail, not just packages.
  10. dr_ml422

    TSSTcorp CDDVD SH-S202J SB03 won't read disc

    They've been talking for a long time about getting rid of the Postal Service it's actually runs on losing money every year which I read somewhere or that the postal worker told me so. It's subsidized by the federal government somehow to keep it running also I heard I may be wrong. But then privatizing it out to UPS would make sense but they would have to take over the whole post office and I don't think those guys that are messing around with packages or maybe some of them might like it reducing the load to just throwing letters in the mailbox. Post office not to knock them has gotten a little bit better in recent years. Yes that's happened to me also with the bills and and other stuff I always check online on my phone for what I owe and what's due. Lost my backup cellphone on vacation. I'll be looking for another one. It's vital to me.
  11. Edit: I come to a break point of 1315488 for my ISO but this also doesn't help. It's the ISO which must be right. Now i get it. for sure: hp DVDRW GUB0N UB00 (SATA) Current Profile: DVD+R DL Disc Information: Status: Complete State of Last Session: Complete Erasable: No Sessions: 1 Sectors: 2’630’960 Size: 5’388’206’080 bytes Time: 584:41:35 (MM:SS:FF) MID: MKM-003-00 Supported Read Speeds: 2.4x; 4x; 6x; 8x Current Read Speed: 3.3x - 8x; 8x - 3.3x File System Information: Sectors: 2’630’945 Size: 5’388’175’360 bytes Time: 584:41:20 (MM:SS:FF) TOC Information: Session 1... (LBA: 0) -> Track 01 (Mode 1, LBA: 0 - 2630959) -> LeadOut (LBA: 2630960) Track Information: Session 1... -> Track 01 (LTSA: 0, LTS: 2630960, LRA: 0) Physical Format Information (ADIP - L0): Disc ID: MKM-003-00 Book Type: DVD+R Part Version: 1 Disc Size: 120 mm Maximum Read Rate: Not Specified Number of Layers: 2 Track Path: Opposite Track Path (OTP) Linear Density: 0.293 um/bit Track Density: 0.74 um/track First Physical Sector of Data Area: 196’608 Last Physical Sector of Data Area: 16’580’607 Last Physical Sector in Layer 0: 2’283’519 Physical Format Information (ADIP - L1): Disc ID: MKM-003-00 Book Type: DVD+R Part Version: 1 Disc Size: 120 mm Maximum Read Rate: Not Specified Number of Layers: 2 Track Path: Opposite Track Path (OTP) Linear Density: 0.293 um/bit Track Density: 0.74 um/track First Physical Sector of Data Area: 196’608 Last Physical Sector of Data Area: 16’580’607 Last Physical Sector in Layer 0: 2’283’519 Physical Format Information (Last Recorded - L0): Disc ID: MKM-003-00 Book Type: DVD-ROM Part Version: 1 Disc Size: 120 mm Maximum Read Rate: Not Specified Number of Layers: 2 Track Path: Opposite Track Path (OTP) Linear Density: 0.293 um/bit Track Density: 0.74 um/track First Physical Sector of Data Area: 196’608 Last Physical Sector of Data Area: 16’580’607 Last Physical Sector in Layer 0: 2’283’519 Physical Format Information (Last Recorded - L1): Disc ID: MKM-003-00 Book Type: DVD-ROM Part Version: 1 Disc Size: 120 mm Maximum Read Rate: Not Specified Number of Layers: 2 Track Path: Opposite Track Path (OTP) Linear Density: 0.293 um/bit Track Density: 0.74 um/track First Physical Sector of Data Area: 196’608 Last Physical Sector of Data Area: 16’580’607 Last Physical Sector in Layer 0: 2’283’519 Layer Information: Layer 0 Sectors: 2’086’912 (79.32%) Layer 1 Sectors: 544’048 (20.68%)
  12. 2630945 / 16 = 164434 remainder 1 So you're 1 sector into the next ECC block (a block of 16 sectors) and that's why your burnt disc shows up as having a size of 2630960 sectors. It's rounded up to the next multiple of 16. Can you copy and paste all of the disc info from the box on the right when you're in Read mode and that burnt disc is in the drive please?
  13. Ahh okay. Thanks so much. That means that you divide 1315487 / 16 = ‭82’217.9375‬ and there is nothing i can do about it? Of course i can change the Image but i need the sha1 to be correct. Math.... Thanks again. Lovely Week Alitai P.S We need a ISO-Volume-Filter. Now i find everything on google because i know what i have to search for.
  14. Yes, it's exactly what I said it was in my first reply. The source image size isn't a multiple of 16 sectors. Drive pads it during burn -> burnt disc comes out looking bigger -> read mode reads the full (bigger) disc.
  15. dbminter

    TSSTcorp CDDVD SH-S202J SB03 won't read disc

    My big problem with Amazon.com is not with them but the fact that they use USPS to deliver things. While they may actually use UPS to do the majority of the shipping, USPS will always do the delivery. And, 4 times, the USPS has delivered my mail to the wrong house, including an Amazon.com package with a near $100 item in it! Thankfully, the person who got it was kind enough to bring it to my house, where it belonged. But, USPS has also failed to deliver one of my credit card bills and a gas bill before! Good thing I keep an eye on them in the mail and my online accounts. I was able to print out my statements and send in the payments on my own.
  16. dr_ml422

    TSSTcorp CDDVD SH-S202J SB03 won't read disc

    Wow! So if you didn't say something forget it. Well that's pretty fast for BD-R. Amazon will try you believe me. They tried sending me stuff longer than my Prime Account states and I adamantly rejected that. I specifically said I was paying for a service. That was that. They're the best bet these days. I'm looking to use more of their services like Amazon Cloud etc...
  17. dbminter

    TSSTcorp CDDVD SH-S202J SB03 won't read disc

    Following up on Amazon.com giving me 6x Verbatim BD-R when I ordered 16x, I ordered another cake stack of 50 16x. This time, like the last time I bought 50, I got 16x, what I ordered. Go figure.
  18. Okay now: I did everything again. Ultra ISO did the Job right. Original sha1: E448FD3CEB724A924A2AFCE17D80739329C30C74 After read with ImgBurn: C575298270C437810682E0188AB2A7B595F92E58 (Wrong) After read with Ultra ISO: E448FD3CEB724A924A2AFCE17D80739329C30C74 (Right) Burn log: I 16:50:40 ImgBurn Version 2.5.8.0 started! I 16:50:40 Microsoft Windows 8 Professional x64 Edition (6.2, Build 9200) I 16:50:40 Total Physical Memory: 16’665’708 KiB - Available: 12’031’356 KiB I 16:50:40 Initialising SPTI... I 16:50:40 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices... I 16:50:40 -> Drive 1 - Info: Msft Virtual DVD-ROM 1.0 (F:) (Virtual) I 16:50:40 -> Drive 2 - Info: hp DVDRW GUB0N UB00 (D:) (SATA) I 16:50:40 Found 1 DVD-ROM and 1 DVD±RW/RAM! I 16:51:17 Operation Started! I 16:51:17 Source File: C:\Users\Test\Downloads\Win10_1809Oct_v2_English_x64.iso I 16:51:17 Source File Sectors: 2’630’945 (MODE1/2048) I 16:51:17 Source File Size: 5’388’175’360 bytes I 16:51:17 Source File Volume Identifier: CCCOMA_X64FRE_EN-US_DV9 I 16:51:17 Source File Volume Set Identifier: b3928000MS UDFBridge I 16:51:17 Source File Application Identifier: CDIMAGE 2.56 (01/01/2005 TM) I 16:51:17 Source File Implementation Identifier: Microsoft CDIMAGE UDF I 16:51:17 Source File File System(s): ISO9660 (Bootable); UDF (1.02) I 16:51:17 Destination Device: [0:0:0] hp DVDRW GUB0N UB00 (D:) (SATA) I 16:51:17 Destination Media Type: DVD+R DL (Disc ID: MKM-003-00) I 16:51:17 Destination Media Supported Write Speeds: 2.4x; 4x; 6x I 16:51:17 Destination Media Sectors: 4’173’824 I 16:51:17 Destination Media L0 Data Zone Capacity: 2’086’912 (Changeable: Yes) I 16:51:17 Write Mode: DVD I 16:51:17 Write Type: DAO I 16:51:17 Write Speed: MAX I 16:51:17 DVD+R DL Reserve Track: No I 16:51:17 Link Size: Auto I 16:51:17 Lock Volume: Yes I 16:51:17 Test Mode: No I 16:51:17 OPC: No I 16:51:17 BURN-Proof: Enabled I 16:51:17 Write Speed Successfully Set! - Effective: 8’310 KB/s (6x) I 16:51:17 Optimal L0 Data Zone Capacity: 1’315’488 I 16:51:17 Optimal L0 Data Zone Method: ECC Block Boundary I 16:51:17 Set L0 Data Zone Capacity Succeeded! I 16:51:17 L0 Data Zone Capacity - Effective: 1’315’488 I 16:51:18 Filling Buffer... (80 MiB) I 16:51:18 Writing LeadIn... I 16:52:14 Writing Session 1 of 1... (1 Track, LBA: 0 - 2630944) I 16:52:14 Writing Track 1 of 1... (MODE1/2048, LBA: 0 - 2630944) I 16:52:14 Writing Layer 0... (LBA: 0 - 1315487) I 17:00:59 Writing Layer 1... (LBA: 1315488 - 2630944) I 17:10:21 Synchronising Cache... I 17:11:00 Closing Track... I 17:11:51 Finalising Disc... I 17:11:59 Exporting Graph Data... I 17:12:00 Graph Data File: C:\Users\Test\AppData\Roaming\ImgBurn\Graph Data Files\hp_DVDRW_GUB0N_UB00_SONNTAG-15-SEPTEMBER-2019_16-51_MKM-003-00_MAX.ibg I 17:12:00 Export Successfully Completed! I 17:12:00 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:20:42 I 17:12:00 Average Write Rate: 4’840 KiB/s (3.6x) - Maximum Write Rate: 5’472 KiB/s (4.0x) I 17:12:00 Cycling Tray before Verify... W 17:12:18 Waiting for device to become ready... I 17:12:24 Device Ready! I 17:12:28 Operation Started! I 17:12:29 Source Device: [0:0:0] hp DVDRW GUB0N UB00 (D:) (SATA) I 17:12:29 Source Media Type: DVD+R DL (Book Type: DVD-ROM) (Disc ID: MKM-003-00) I 17:12:29 Source Media Supported Read Speeds: 2.4x; 4x; 6x; 8x I 17:12:29 Source Media Supported Write Speeds: 2.4x; 4x; 6x I 17:12:29 Source Media Sectors: 2’630’960 (Track Path: OTP - L0: 1’315’488 - L1: 1’315’472) I 17:12:29 Source Media Size: 5’388’206’080 bytes I 17:12:29 Image File: C:\Users\Test\Downloads\Win10_1809Oct_v2_English_x64.iso I 17:12:29 Image File Sectors: 2’630’945 (MODE1/2048) I 17:12:29 Image File Size: 5’388’175’360 bytes I 17:12:29 Image File Volume Identifier: CCCOMA_X64FRE_EN-US_DV9 I 17:12:29 Image File Volume Set Identifier: b3928000MS UDFBridge I 17:12:29 Image File Application Identifier: CDIMAGE 2.56 (01/01/2005 TM) I 17:12:29 Image File Implementation Identifier: Microsoft CDIMAGE UDF I 17:12:29 Image File File System(s): ISO9660 (Bootable); UDF (1.02) I 17:12:29 Read Speed (Data/Audio): MAX / MAX I 17:12:30 Read Speed - Effective: 3.3x - 8x; 8x - 3.3x I 17:12:30 Verifying Session 1 of 1... (1 Track, LBA: 0 - 2630944) I 17:12:30 Verifying Track 1 of 1... (MODE1/2048, LBA: 0 - 2630944) I 17:12:30 Verifying Layer 0... (LBA: 0 - 1315487) I 17:19:01 Verifying Layer 1... (LBA: 1315488 - 2630944) I 17:25:29 Exporting Graph Data... I 17:25:30 Graph Data File: C:\Users\Test\AppData\Roaming\ImgBurn\Graph Data Files\hp_DVDRW_GUB0N_UB00_SONNTAG-15-SEPTEMBER-2019_16-51_MKM-003-00_MAX.ibg I 17:25:30 Export Successfully Completed! I 17:25:30 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:12:59 I 17:25:30 Average Verify Rate: 6’763 KiB/s (5.0x) - Maximum Verify Rate: 9’098 KiB/s (6.7x) Then Read log: I 17:27:03 Operation Started! I 17:27:03 Source Device: [0:0:0] hp DVDRW GUB0N UB00 (D:) (SATA) I 17:27:03 Source Media Type: DVD+R DL (Book Type: DVD-ROM) (Disc ID: MKM-003-00) I 17:27:03 Source Media Supported Read Speeds: 2.4x; 4x; 6x; 8x I 17:27:03 Source Media Supported Write Speeds: 2.4x; 4x; 6x I 17:27:03 Source Media Sectors: 2’630’960 (Track Path: OTP - L0: 1’315’488 - L1: 1’315’472) I 17:27:03 Source Media Size: 5’388’206’080 bytes I 17:27:03 Source Media Volume Identifier: CCCOMA_X64FRE_EN-US_DV9 I 17:27:03 Source Media Volume Set Identifier: b3928000MS UDFBridge I 17:27:03 Source Media Application Identifier: CDIMAGE 2.56 (01/01/2005 TM) I 17:27:03 Source Media Implementation Identifier: Microsoft CDIMAGE UDF I 17:27:03 Source Media File System(s): ISO9660 (Bootable); UDF (1.02) I 17:27:03 Read Speed (Data/Audio): MAX / 8x I 17:27:03 Destination File: C:\Users\Test\Documents\CCCOMA_X64FRE_EN-US_DV9.ISO I 17:27:03 Destination Free Space: 5’428’813’824 Bytes (5’301’576.00 KiB) (5’177.32 MiB) (5.06 GiB) I 17:27:03 Destination File System: NTFS I 17:27:03 File Splitting: Auto I 17:27:04 Read Speed - Effective: 3.3x - 8x; 8x - 3.3x I 17:27:09 Reading Session 1 of 1... (1 Track, LBA: 0 - 2630959) I 17:27:09 Reading Track 1 of 1... (MODE1/2048, LBA: 0 - 2630959) I 17:27:09 Reading Layer 0... (LBA: 0 - 1315487) I 17:33:42 Reading Layer 1... (LBA: 1315488 - 2630959) I 17:40:10 Exporting Graph Data... I 17:40:10 Graph Data File: C:\Users\Test\AppData\Roaming\ImgBurn\Graph Data Files\hp_DVDRW_GUB0N_UB00_SONNTAG-15-SEPTEMBER-2019_17-27_MKM-003-00.ibg I 17:40:10 Export Successfully Completed! I 17:40:10 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:13:06 I 17:40:10 Average Read Rate: 6’694 KiB/s (4.9x) - Maximum Read Rate: 9’098 KiB/s (6.7x) Hope you see something. Took a while todo. Many Thanks for your Answer. Regards Alitai
  19. Can you post the log of the original burn too please? It's probably to do with the size of the original image not being a multiple of 16 sectors - so it's then rounded up to 16 when you burn (the drive does that). That in turn makes the burnt disc look larger.
  20. I mean the right sha1 value. and here is the Log but i think you don't really need it (Using Windows 10): I 14:25:58 ImgBurn Version 2.5.8.0 started! I 14:25:58 Microsoft Windows 8 Professional x64 Edition (6.2, Build 9200) I 14:25:58 Total Physical Memory: 16’665’708 KiB - Available: 12’095’560 KiB I 14:25:58 Initialising SPTI... I 14:25:58 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices... I 14:25:58 -> Drive 1 - Info: Msft Virtual DVD-ROM 1.0 (F:) (Virtual) I 14:25:58 -> Drive 2 - Info: hp DVDRW GUB0N UB00 (D:) (SATA) I 14:25:58 Found 1 DVD-ROM and 1 DVD±RW/RAM! I 14:26:52 Operation Started! I 14:26:52 Source Device: [0:0:0] hp DVDRW GUB0N UB00 (D:) (SATA) I 14:26:52 Source Media Type: DVD+R DL (Book Type: DVD-ROM) (Disc ID: MKM-003-00) I 14:26:52 Source Media Supported Read Speeds: 2.4x; 4x; 6x; 8x I 14:26:52 Source Media Supported Write Speeds: 2.4x; 4x; 6x I 14:26:53 Source Media Sectors: 2’630’960 (Track Path: OTP - L0: 2’086’912 - L1: 544’048) I 14:26:53 Source Media Size: 5’388’206’080 bytes I 14:26:53 Source Media Volume Identifier: CCCOMA_X64FRE_EN-US_DV9 I 14:26:53 Source Media Volume Set Identifier: b3928000MS UDFBridge I 14:26:53 Source Media Application Identifier: CDIMAGE 2.56 (01/01/2005 TM) I 14:26:53 Source Media Implementation Identifier: Microsoft CDIMAGE UDF I 14:26:53 Source Media File System(s): ISO9660 (Bootable); UDF (1.02) I 14:26:53 Read Speed (Data/Audio): MAX / 8x I 14:26:53 Destination File: C:\Users\Test\Documents\CCCOMA_X64FRE_EN-US_DV9.ISO I 14:26:53 Destination Free Space: 5’764’804’608 Bytes (5’629’692.00 KiB) (5’497.75 MiB) (5.37 GiB) I 14:26:53 Destination File System: NTFS I 14:26:53 File Splitting: Auto I 14:26:54 Read Speed - Effective: 3.3x - 8x; 8x - 3.3x I 14:27:03 Reading Session 1 of 1... (1 Track, LBA: 0 - 2630959) I 14:27:03 Reading Track 1 of 1... (MODE1/2048, LBA: 0 - 2630959) I 14:27:03 Reading Layer 0... (LBA: 0 - 2086911) I 14:36:07 Reading Layer 1... (LBA: 2086912 - 2630959) I 14:37:54 Exporting Graph Data... I 14:37:54 Graph Data File: C:\Users\Test\AppData\Roaming\ImgBurn\Graph Data Files\hp_DVDRW_GUB0N_UB00_SONNTAG-15-SEPTEMBER-2019_14-26_MKM-003-00.ibg I 14:37:54 Export Successfully Completed! I 14:37:54 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:11:00 I 14:37:54 Average Read Rate: 7’972 KiB/s (5.9x) - Maximum Read Rate: 10’901 KiB/s (8.1x)
  21. I just found out that when i doing it with Ultra ISO (Make CD/DVD Image...) then i get the same sha1 value. This is very strange to me. Does anyone know why this happens? Many Thanks Regards Alitai
  22. Hi there Does anyone know what i have to change that the ISO will become the same sha1 value after burning (Write) on a dvd9 and then creating (Read) the ISO from the dvd9 again? The ISO is over 5 GB. Does this even work? Can't find something on google but perhaps i use the wrong search terms... Many Thanks Regards Alitai
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  24. dbminter

    INTERNAL TARGET FAILURE

    I have a probable idea, but I need to see the log of a failed burn. Post one of these 3 failed burn logs. Open Help and choose ImgBurn Logs. The folder containing the log file will open. Open the .LOG file, find an entry for a failed burn, and post the entire burn log, both before the failure and after, including the failure point.
  25. juntaku

    INTERNAL TARGET FAILURE

    I've used 3 new dvd double layers trying to write a dvd movie. Very early in the process, I get the message, "Failed to write image. Invalid address for write. Internal target failure. What could be the problem?
  26. Indiego

    Error when trying to load ISO image

    Not quite. I'm running ImgBurn on a Windows 10 hard drive. The (legally purchased long ago) PC game I'm backing up cannot run on Windows 10. So in order for me to install it, I need to run the burned ISO on my Windows 7 hard drive. The game works just fine on Windows 7 when installed with the original cd. However, when I save the ISO on a flash drive and then try to load the ISO from the Windows 7 hard drive, it doesn't recognize it. It tries to burn it to a cd instead. I cannot burn the ISO to a cd because it's too large of a file for my blank cd's. The purpose of me doing this is that I recently broke one of my very old pc game cd's. In order to avoid the risk of breaking any more physical cd's and losing the games altogether, I'd like to back them up with digital copies, and then play them from the digital copy so I don't have to keep switching the physical discs and risk damaging them in the process. Any advice on how to accomplish this?
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