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  1. Yesterday
  2. dbminter

    Virtual CloneDrive 5.5.1.0 released

    Where/when do you see this error message you described in ImgBurn? I'll see if I can replicate the issue on my end.
  3. Ch3vr0n

    Virtual CloneDrive 5.5.1.0 released

    I had problems where it would report incomplete or incorrect info in the explore info. Already informed elby. Awaiting response. Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
  4. dbminter

    Virtual CloneDrive 5.5.1.0 released

    I use the apparent default, SPTI. It always worked for me, so I never had a need or desire to try anything else.
  5. Ch3vr0n

    Virtual CloneDrive 5.5.1.0 released

    Me too and it causes problems. Using "ElbyCDIO" under "File I/O" results in IMGBurn "failure to lock for exclusive access Reason: The sytem cannot find the file specified." Reverting to 5500 doesn't fix the issue. and i'm not changing file IO.
  6. Last week
  7. dbminter

    Virtual CloneDrive 5.5.1.0 released

    There's a new update to Virtual CloneDrive, 5.5.1.0, just released. It might affect several users of ImgBurn. I know it does me since I use it. It's been a few years since the last update.
  8. Ch3vr0n

    Maximum number of files allowed in a folder?

    It was. Either this one's a bit or a dupe account cause he forgot the login for the other one http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?/topic/25731-maximum-number-of-files-allowed-in-a-folder/ Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
  9. Please ignore this - the disc burn actually seems to have completed!
  10. I was burning a 25GB BD-R using Imgburn 2.5.80 (on Windows 10 Pro). I accidentally happened upon a keystroke which seems to have paused the disc burning process. The progress window has gone, the BD-RW drive is no longer being accessed, and the green bar at the bottom of the Disk Layout Editor has a white highlight scrolling across it repeatedly. To the right of the green bar it says 99% (I suspect that is the % full figure for the disc, rather than the progress of the burn?). Can anyone advise on how I can resume and complete the burning process?
  11. dbminter

    Maximum number of files allowed in a folder?

    This sounds familiar. Was this posted once before?
  12. What is the maximum number of files allowed in a folder in an image Build job? Is it dependent on the file system chosen? Is it 9,999? Is it that Windows 10/NTFS has a maximum number of files allowed in a folder limit of 9,999? I thought there was some kind of file number limit to 9,999 at some point in history. Did a little digging. The maximum for NTFS is 4,294,967,295. But, what about ISO9660 or UDF on an optical disc? Thanks!
  13. ianymaty

    ImgBurn Checksums Don't Match on Some Sites

    Tried out all mirrors and the files are the same on first 6 mirrors exactly as LIGHTNING UK! say in the quote. At mirror 2 by BetaNews tried to force some "FileForum_installer". A blocker probably will solve this and you can get the correct file form the "click here to begin the download." link. At mirror 6 by MajorGeeks they tried to force their installer "MG002.exe" with the big "Download Now" button and their first mirror. The second and third mirror will get you the correct file. You can get it also with the yellow "Official Mirror" button placed after the "ImgBurn 2.5.8.0" on their site. Eventually you can get the same installer from all 6 mirrors.
  14. dbminter

    Blu Ray from ISO

    If ConvertXToHD is anything like VSO's ConvertXToDVD, which I've used for years, there is an option to create ISO files with the software. I choose not to create ISO's except with ImgBurn because I add contents to my DVD's before burning them.
  15. crg223

    Blu Ray from ISO

    I downloaded the trial versions of TMPGEnc Video Mastering and ConvertXtoHD to try them out. I couldn't make any sense of the TMPGEnc and couldn't see any way to use it to make an ISO. It's possible it's some other TMPGEnc product that does that, or more likely I just didn't understand what I was looking at. I was able to use ConvertXtoHD to make the blu-ray folder, and then used ImgBurn to make an ISO of that and then make the disc. That all went fine, so I'll likely buy ConvertXtoHD. I think it was $30 or $40, which isn't so bad. I think I can skip the step of converting the folder to an ISO and just have ImgBurn make the disc directly from the folder, but I'm used to having ISOs of all my projects.
  16. slaughterteddy

    ImgBurn Checksums Don't Match on Some Sites

    @dbminter I take your point, but don't forget that the "unwanted crap" could include some nice ransomware, or a blockchain miner, or some zombifier. So I'd put it firmly in the security domain: if we don't use the tools we're given - however limited - then we enhance the probability of something horrible happening. But it's horses for courses: if a guy uses his device for nothing but Facebook and playing Grand Theft Auto, then his security concerns are more or less zero. If he uses it for online banking, on the other hand ...
  17. dbminter

    ImgBurn Checksums Don't Match on Some Sites

    Probably not really a "security" issue. The other sites have probably stripped out the actual ImgBurn installer and put in their own download agent. They'll serve you ImgBurn, but also probably all kinds of unwanted crap. Well, I guess one could categorize that a "security" issue.
  18. slaughterteddy

    ImgBurn Checksums Don't Match on Some Sites

    Sites that offer checksums don't: or if they do, they say it's a loader and offer a checksum for that. Go to SourceForge: every download has its own checksums, and they're expected to match. Otherwise, there's no point in the whole checksum process: downloading a loader that can't be checked renders the entire process insecure. So "Always has been" depends on your environment: where I'm from checksums mean something - even if they aren't a perfect security solution. It implies that the ImgBurn site does understand checksum usage; which says something about their security. It also implies that the other three sites don't know or don't care: which also says something about their security.
  19. Ch3vr0n

    ImgBurn Checksums Don't Match on Some Sites

    That's because they serve a 'download manager's that then downloads the actual setup. Always has been. Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
  20. After a bit of mucking about, I've managed to work out That the installable's checksum matches when downloaded from Mirror 7 - from ImgBurn. But the downloads from Softpedia, Techspot and Digital Digest are incorrect, and the file sizes are 2.95MB, rather than 3.77MB: SHA1: 6A3D20796E1FCD4169D5D339AF6E491DCEA3367C MD5: 4BF2B8F4B46385BFDA4D65E423CFB868 CRC32: 1AF3CD36 Over at Elder Geeks the downloaded file has a different name (MG002.exe), a size of 2.68MB and these checksums: SHA1: 9CCD5C61C5F24F6EE027074C25B21F697F44D3F7 MD5: D8336041CD0BC994E3C30767A67DA0A2 CRC32: 6D1D4E42 I know these could be older versions, or whatever, but as the release date for 2.5.8.0 is June 2013, these should be stable by now. Watch out what you're downloading out there ...
  21. Earlier
  22. dbminter

    TSSTcorp CDDVD SH-S202J SB03 won't read disc

    Never heard of PIODATA. They make BD burners? Full height internal models?
  23. Amazed

    ImgBurn v2.5.8.0 Released!

    I've been a enthusiast pc builder for several decades and Windows 10 Security for the most part has kept my systems safe. I use to run Malwarebytes as a secondary level of protection but for the better part of the past year or so Defender seems to catch the bad stuff prior to it getting to the anti-malware.
  24. LIGHTNING UK!

    Bluray ISO Rebuild

    ImgBurn burns (or puts into an ISO) exactly what you give it. Don't forget, an ISO is just like a box you put things into. It doesn't change what you put in it. ImgBurn doesn't retain or not retain a menu, because it doesn't know anything about menus. The menu is part of the BD Video specification and structure. If that's already in place within the files/folders you feed into ImgBurn, they should work just fine. If they aren't working, it's an issue outside of ImgBurn.
  25. dr_ml422

    TSSTcorp CDDVD SH-S202J SB03 won't read disc

    @dbminter LG is a lost cause when you're trying to reason with them especially when they are wrong and they know it! Believe me when I brought up the issue about which This Thread is almost about, they plain flat out told me that they were not going to change their method of doing things, and that every burner from here on out was going to bitset to DVD-R. Just move on from them if you want an can. I did, and am most happy for it! I use them to mostly read as they are good readers in my experience, and my Liteon and PIODATA burners do the rest. I'm even buying a PIODATA Blu-ray burner as I now believe in them, and I'm also going to try out their Blu-ray discs. They don't offer DVD+R discs, just DVD-R, and I've grown to like +R. Just move on if you want and can.
  26. RKEP

    Bluray ISO Rebuild

    Hi Sorry I should have been more clear. At present I am experimenting to see if I could achieve what I would like to do. Using Sony DVD Architect, you can make great menu interfaces but it compresses the videos and I don't want that, so I thought I could change the videos back to the originals with Imgburn. I have'nt made a complete bluray compilation to find I have wasted my time so as an experiment I have put an intro video, then a menu with a button to replay the intro, hence why the file is so small. I did successfully change the video but the button on the menu didn't work on the rebuild. Just in case it was something to do with what I changed I rebuilt the original ISO I made, but this also stopped the button on the menu working. The Original ISO is 697MB and the rebuild is 691MB. I use Elaborate Bytes Virtual Clone Drive to load my ISO's and play them with PowerDVD18. I find it odd because I understood from a lot of different sources while researching this that this was the program to use and that it retained the menus. I can only assume I have perhaps not set the program up properly to achieve this, but can't see my error. Hopefully you will be able to assist me, thankyou Richard
  27. dbminter

    TSSTcorp CDDVD SH-S202J SB03 won't read disc

    I sent LG a logical, detailed, and thorough explanation as to why they needed to update the firmware for the WH16NS60 to address the DVD-R's no longer writing properly. What did LG do? They sent me a boilerplate text response saying most issues are not firmware related. I've only been goddamn beta testing ImgBurn for 15 years. It's not like I can't follow Mill's methods of observation to determine a firmware problem.
  28. dbminter

    If they're a Psychic Network...

    Why do I need to call THEM? Shouldn't they know I need counseling and call me to let me know of impending doom?
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