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  2. dbminter

    Removed filtered file?

    Was adding some files and folders to a Build job and when I exited the input mode, I noticed this in the log window: W 19:23:41 Removed Filtered File: \Thumbs.db What exactly is a filtered a file, why was it removed, and who exactly decides what files should be filtered? Thanks!
  3. Yesterday
  4. dr_ml422

    TSSTcorp CDDVD SH-S202J SB03 won't read disc

    It's almost as if CopyToDVD has a physical hold of the whole writing process from beginning through end. Almost like an invisible shield where it holds everything together at once and writes everything together at once, whereas ImgBurn keeps it as a separate process with the disc spinning in the drive, an ImgBurn doing the writing with the laser. I sense that happening.
  5. Last week
  6. dbminter

    TSSTcorp CDDVD SH-S202J SB03 won't read disc

    Oh, I think I see what you're saying. You think that ImgBurn is maybe spinning the disc faster than CopyToDVD when it burns to disc? That may actually be the case. You seem to think that CopyToDVD is not writing discs at the maximum possible write rate like ImgBurn is? CopyToDVD may actually be writing at a slower rate, which may be noticeable in how fast it's spinning.
  7. dr_ml422

    TSSTcorp CDDVD SH-S202J SB03 won't read disc

    Yes of course the disc is going to spin. What I meant was it's almost as if when I'm using ImgBurn as opposed to vso's copy to DVD, I can actually sense ImgBurn doing its burn apart from the disc. With copy to DVD it's almost as if the laser or whatever has an actual grip on the disc while it's spinning and it does it that way. This is just a theory that I have from my experience with both programs. I noticed I can tell the speed with ImgBurn, but with copy to DVD, even though it says 16x, I know it's not going 16x, or if it is, it's sure doesn't feel like it. Quality burn all the time with both!
  8. dbminter

    TSSTcorp CDDVD SH-S202J SB03 won't read disc

    I don't understand what you mean. The disc has to spin in order for it be burned.
  9. dr_ml422

    TSSTcorp CDDVD SH-S202J SB03 won't read disc

    Its funny. When I'm burning with ImgBurn, it's almost as if there's two separate things going on. There's the disk in the drive spinning, and then there's the burning going on with ImgBurn. Then what I've noticed with VSO's CopytoDVD is that it's almost as if the software has the physical copy in their grasp, and is for lack of a better word, integrating it with the software as it burns. In any case you're getting Superior burns from both places. It's just an observation that I have on my end. Thanks.
  10. dbminter

    TSSTcorp CDDVD SH-S202J SB03 won't read disc

    Yeah, those are the communication layers I mentioned in one of my updates to my previous reply.
  11. dr_ml422

    TSSTcorp CDDVD SH-S202J SB03 won't read disc

    Under tools settings in the io settings page, page one I think it is.
  12. dbminter

    TSSTcorp CDDVD SH-S202J SB03 won't read disc

    I forget where it is, but there was a setting I always changed when installing and setting up a new PC that disabled Windows complaining you're not using your Microsoft account. But, I forget what it was I disabled and where. Wait, you're not getting this are you? https://superuser.com/questions/1123583/you-need-to-fix-your-microsoft-account-notification As for your ImgBurn settings question, I currently have an operation going so I can't check right now. When it's done, I'll update this reply to reflect what those settings are. It sounds like, from memory, the Elby software setting has to do with how ImgBurn detects what optical devices are connected to your system. Generally, you don't choose the Elby I/O option unless you have problems with the default setting with ImgBurn and your drives. Exactly where you looking at these settings? Help me help you. Under what tab, etc. Okay, I'm into the ImgBurn settings. I guess you mean under the I/O tab, Page 1, Interface tab. Anyway, if that's what you mean, yeah, that's what I thought it was. That's how ImgBurn communicates with your devices. Some people need different translation layers with their hardware to get ImgBurn to recognize their devices. Or, if they're not behaving right, maybe changing the layer fixes things on some people's setups. If you're not having any problems with ImgBurn communicating with your optical drives, leave its setting alone.
  13. dr_ml422

    TSSTcorp CDDVD SH-S202J SB03 won't read disc

    Yes I know what you mean! I keep getting that annoying notification saying that something has changed with my Microsoft account that I need to review it or revise it. That's just them wanting me to use the Microsoft account all I do is I go in and I make sure that my account is just working or whatever and that's it. I also do not use it for anything on the PC because even from a longtime mentor of mine problems arise out of doing that. I have a question regarding the input output settings on image burn page 1 regarding the interface. What is that all about if you can please explain it to me in layman's terms? There's a whole bunch of stuff there involving Elby software, VSO software, etc etc. Thanks. I started ripping my brand new DVDs that I just purchased again and converting them to MKV HEVC with 5.1 audio AC3 pass-through, and the English subtitles burned in. Wow what a lot of space I'm saving with the new encoding software H.265! Big advantage using MKV is the ability to put 5.1 Dolby digital audio in there. I mean you can if you want to convert the AC3 5.1 448 kbps, or whatever, to 5.1 AAC, though there's not too many receivers or encoding software out there that will be able to decrypt that properly.
  14. LIGHTNING UK!

    u wanna malware? done.

    Neither of those files are the actual ImgBurn setup program. All you've done is check something from an advert or something a mirror has repackaged (wrapped up in a 'download manager download'). The clue is in the name:- Setup_ImgBurn_2.5.8.0_2QxF20_dlm_3131459862.exe FileForum_installer.exe
  15. dbminter

    u wanna malware? done.

    Most likely, those engines are flagging the OpenCandy plugin as malware. It's a PUP, Potentially Unwanted Program, but not malware. There is a difference that most AV vendors don't differentiate. Plus, OpenCandy is no more. The server's dead. The mirrors may be a different story as there's no control over what they do with the installer once they get it. Which is why you should always download from Mirror 7, the ImgBurn Provided link, and not the other mirrors.
  16. i love anime

    u wanna malware? done.

    http://www.imgburn.com/index.php?act=download mirror 1 - https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/575b277c7aaa3838cdf41137f1a8ff28f32b98006c8295fbab68ae09243b5a9a/detection mirror 2 - https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/17a51ce3a6c9b42eba88944a0a60c8de9feb5a986464ae70356b3f1a7fa8f3dd/detection
  17. dbminter

    Problems with brand new DVD Writer...

    Yes, in my experience, power calibration errors are rarely the result of actual power supply issues. Don't know why they call them that, then. However, I would make sure the drive is connected to an external enclosure with a proper external power supply to it. That may also fix your Eject issue. My experience has been low quality discs are generally the cause of power calibration errors. Post a log from a failed burn. Under Help, choose ImgBurn Logs to find the log file, open it, find a failed burn with a power calibration error in it, and post the entire burn and, if applicable, verification log of that operation. That would tell us more.
  18. LIGHTNING UK!

    Problems with brand new DVD Writer...

    Could be anything, low quality discs or drive needs cleaning maybe? Basically, your drive is having trouble figuring out or applying the correct amount of power to the laser in order to burn the discs you're using.
  19. thediscburnerman300

    Problems with brand new DVD Writer...

    Then why my other one is giving power calibration error?
  20. LIGHTNING UK!

    Problems with brand new DVD Writer...

    You're not going to be providing it with enough power from a single usb lead, it's desktop drive. So the reason it isn't ejecting is probably because it doesn't have enough power to actually do so. Buy a proper enclosure for the device with a standalone power supply. Oh and your other drive is a DVD burner, not just a reader.
  21. thediscburnerman300

    Problems with brand new DVD Writer...

    Eject button in ImgBurn didnt do anything, however it says first for 3 second "Device Not Ready (Medium Not Present - Tray Open)" and then says "Device Not Ready (Logical Unit is in process becoming ready)" and then becomes back to "Device Not Ready (Medium Not Present - Tray Closed)" and yes, it is been unfortunately powered by single USB lead but i have USB Hub connected to my computer and the hub requires DC Cable which is always plugged into wall and the disc drive is connected to that USB Hub.
  22. LIGHTNING UK!

    Custom naming for batch ripping

    Sorry, no, that isn't possible.
  23. LIGHTNING UK!

    Problems with brand new DVD Writer...

    What happens if you press the eject button (The 'E' under the drive selection box - or right click the selection box and pick Eject) in ImgBurn? Any error message? Normally, if the tray won't open, it's because it's been locked by software. Turning the power off and on would usually reset that. If after doing that, the button on the device itself still doesn't work, maybe it's just faulty. What do you have providing power to the device? Hopefully it isn't just being powered by a single usb lead.
  24. thediscburnerman300

    Problems with brand new DVD Writer...

    So i bought 3 days ago an ASUS Green DVD Writer (24D5MT) and today i decided to test it on my ASUS Laptop (X555L). Yes i know that it requires a SATA cable but i have one. It is SATA to USB cable and it is been working fine to this day. But my problem is that it wont open the disc tray, and every time i press the button it just blinks green light and stops after 2 seconds of blinking. I've tried everything and it just doesnt work, even the "Eject" button on Windows Explorer but then comes just "It is now safe to unplug device from computer" or something like that. ImgBurn just says "Device Not Ready (Medium Not Present - Tray Closed)" Here is the log: I 15:08:19 ImgBurn Version 2.5.8.0 started! I 15:08:19 Microsoft Windows 8 Core x64 Edition (6.2, Build 9200) I 15:08:19 Total Physical Memory: 8,289,108 KiB - Available: 1,278,104 KiB I 15:08:19 Initialising SPTI... I 15:08:19 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices... I 15:08:20 -> Drive 1 - Info: HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GUC0N AS01-37 (E:) (SATA) I 15:08:20 Found 1 DVD±RW/RAM! W 15:08:41 Device Arrival Detected! I 15:08:41 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices... I 15:08:41 -> Drive 1 - Info: HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GUC0N AS01-37 (E:) (SATA) I 15:08:41 -> Drive 2 - Info: ASUS DRW-24D5MT 1.00 (F:) (USB 2.0) I 15:08:41 Found 2 DVD±RW/RAMs! Sidenote: That Drive 1 (HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GUC0N AS01-37) doesnt write, it just reads so thats why i bought this external. Any help will be appreciated.
  25. I've got a large collection of DVD-Rs that I need to create .iso files for. I'm using a Nimbie. Is there a custom naming option for the .iso files (rather than using the DVD title) as the name? I'd like to have the .iso files numbered sequentially as they rip. Is this possible? Mike
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  27. Sorry, I failed to reply to this earlier. If you're looking for CD-R's, those are good ones to get. I purchased some of those exact same ones October 17th, 2017. I don't go through a lot of branded CD-R, preferring inkjet label discs, so I still have them. If I remember correctly, the Manufacturer ID for those CD-R is Mitsubishi. That's the M in MCC and MKM, the quality DataLife Plus DVD discs. Mitsubishi makes the best stuff out there now.
  28. You’re trying to burn too much to the discs. The program did warn you about it.
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