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  2. Then simply dragging and dropping files/folders should be good enough for what you need. With something like Reflect, you can just simply restore a file and folder backup and it will restore the nested folder structure, too.
  3. No, just restoring simple files, mainly photos and mov's. No image needed. Thanks
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  5. I'm not sure if you need an M-Disc drive to read a written M-Disc BD-R. I know with M-Disc DVD, as long as you have a drive that reads DVD+R, it will read M-Disc DVD's. I believe even standalone DVD movie players will play DVD Video discs burned to M-Disc DVD's if that player supports playing DVD+R. I believe M-Disc was specifically made for this kind of compatibility. So, I'd guess an M-Disc BD-R burned in an M-Disc capable drive would read on a standard BD drive. Be aware, of course, since you used a TL disc, you'd need a BD drive that supports reading TL media, and not all BD drives do. Of course, if you always buy an M-Disc capable drive, you won't have to worry about it not being able to be read back in. As for restoring, it depends on what you backed up and how you backed it up. If you used ImgBurn to just add files and folders to an image file job, then all you can do is use File Explorer to drag and drop the files/folders in Windows/File Explorer and replace the files in the destination if they already exist. If you're more concerned about restoring an entire drive from disaster, you'd be better off investing in a drive imaging application like Macrium Reflect (Which is what I use and also offers file and folder backups.) or True Image (Which I've used in the past but don't recommend any longer and it used to support file and folder backups 10 years ago when I last used it.). So, if you're looking to restore something like Windows, then Windows/File Explorer isn't the way to go as you can't just replace files in Windows/installed applications and expect it to work. You'd be better off served by an imaging application. And what you can do is create images to a local HDD and then use ImgBurn to copy these images to an M-Disc for archival purposes.
  6. dbminter

    Hangs on reading CD

    Yeah, game CD's sometimes won't read in with certain combinations of discs and drives with ImgBurn. It appears when there are multiple tracks, it can be problematic. When you're mixing one track of data and tracks of audio. That's why I keep Alcohol 120% Free lying around. On the rare occasions when I come across this.
  7. eXo

    Hangs on reading CD

    I have an older IBM CD-ROM game that has 96 audio tracks and one data track. When trying to image the disc ImgBurn gets to "Analysing Tracks... (Session 1, Track 2)" and then just stops. I've let it sit there for up to an hour, and saw no progress. I was able to create a MDF/MDS file using Daemon, with the hope that I could then mount the MDF virtually and image to bin/cue via ImgBurn from there, however it behaved the same as it does with the original disc. The log follows: I 13:39:26 ImgBurn Version 2.5.8.0 started! I 13:39:26 Microsoft Windows 8 Professional x64 Edition (6.2, Build 9200) I 13:39:26 Total Physical Memory: 67,028,784 KiB - Available: 56,327,944 KiB I 13:39:26 Initialising SPTI... I 13:39:26 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices... I 13:39:26 -> Drive 1 - Info: PLDS DVD-ROM DS-8DBSH RD11 (D:) (SATA) I 13:39:26 -> Drive 2 - Info: DiscSoft Virtual 1.0 (E:) (Virtual) I 13:39:26 Found 1 DVD-ROM and 1 BD-ROM XL! I 13:40:24 Operation Started! I 13:40:24 Source Device: [1:0:0] PLDS DVD-ROM DS-8DBSH RD11 (D:) (SATA) I 13:40:24 Source Media Type: CD-ROM I 13:40:24 Source Media Supported Read Speeds: 10x, 16x, 20x, 24x I 13:40:24 Source Media Sectors: 78,371 I 13:40:24 Source Media Size: 184,328,592 bytes I 13:40:24 Source Media Volume Identifier: _ I 13:40:24 Source Media File System(s): ISO9660 I 13:40:24 Read Speed (Data/Audio): 4x / 4x I 13:40:24 Destination File: F:\_.BIN I 13:40:24 Destination Free Space: 2,125,000,032,256 Bytes (2,075,195,344.00 KiB) (2,026,557.95 MiB) (1,979.06 GiB) I 13:40:24 Destination File System: NTFS I 13:40:24 File Splitting: Auto Once I hit abort it then follows with: E 13:47:14 Average Read Rate: N/A - Maximum Read Rate: N/A And finally, here is the info reported by ImgBurn when it scans the disc: PLDS DVD-ROM DS-8DBSH RD11 (SATA) Current Profile: CD-ROM Disc Information: Status: Complete State of Last Session: Complete Erasable: No Sessions: 1 Sectors: 78,371 Size: 160,503,808 bytes Time: 17:26:71 (MM:SS:FF) Supported Read Speeds: 10x, 16x, 20x, 24x TOC Information: Session 1... (LBA: 0 / 00:02:00) -> Track 01 (Mode 1, LBA: 0 / 00:02:00) -> Track 02 (Audio, 02:20:29, LBA: 12591 / 02:49:66) -> Track 03 (Audio, 00:07:28, LBA: 23120 / 05:10:20) -> Track 04 (Audio, 00:07:24, LBA: 23673 / 05:17:48) -> Track 05 (Audio, 00:06:21, LBA: 24222 / 05:24:72) -> Track 06 (Audio, 00:06:72, LBA: 24693 / 05:31:18) -> Track 07 (Audio, 00:06:18, LBA: 25215 / 05:38:15) -> Track 08 (Audio, 00:06:21, LBA: 25683 / 05:44:33) -> Track 09 (Audio, 00:06:72, LBA: 26154 / 05:50:54) -> Track 10 (Audio, 00:07:33, LBA: 26676 / 05:57:51) -> Track 11 (Audio, 00:08:32, LBA: 27234 / 06:05:09) -> Track 12 (Audio, 00:08:08, LBA: 27866 / 06:13:41) -> Track 13 (Audio, 00:08:21, LBA: 28474 / 06:21:49) -> Track 14 (Audio, 00:10:67, LBA: 29095 / 06:29:70) -> Track 15 (Audio, 00:20:27, LBA: 29912 / 06:40:62) -> Track 16 (Audio, 00:06:24, LBA: 31439 / 07:01:14) -> Track 17 (Audio, 00:07:38, LBA: 31913 / 07:07:38) -> Track 18 (Audio, 00:06:19, LBA: 32476 / 07:15:01) -> Track 19 (Audio, 00:06:23, LBA: 32945 / 07:21:20) -> Track 20 (Audio, 00:06:24, LBA: 33418 / 07:27:43) -> Track 21 (Audio, 00:06:20, LBA: 33892 / 07:33:67) -> Track 22 (Audio, 00:06:25, LBA: 34362 / 07:40:12) -> Track 23 (Audio, 00:06:21, LBA: 34837 / 07:46:37) -> Track 24 (Audio, 00:06:18, LBA: 35308 / 07:52:58) -> Track 25 (Audio, 00:06:18, LBA: 35776 / 07:59:01) -> Track 26 (Audio, 00:23:05, LBA: 36244 / 08:05:19) -> Track 27 (Audio, 00:06:23, LBA: 37974 / 08:28:24) -> Track 28 (Audio, 00:09:29, LBA: 38447 / 08:34:47) -> Track 29 (Audio, 00:11:03, LBA: 39151 / 08:44:01) -> Track 30 (Audio, 00:09:25, LBA: 39979 / 08:55:04) -> Track 31 (Audio, 00:06:18, LBA: 40679 / 09:04:29) -> Track 32 (Audio, 00:06:20, LBA: 41147 / 09:10:47) -> Track 33 (Audio, 00:06:22, LBA: 41617 / 09:16:67) -> Track 34 (Audio, 00:06:24, LBA: 42089 / 09:23:14) -> Track 35 (Audio, 00:06:21, LBA: 42563 / 09:29:38) -> Track 36 (Audio, 00:07:22, LBA: 43034 / 09:35:59) -> Track 37 (Audio, 00:06:18, LBA: 43581 / 09:43:06) -> Track 38 (Audio, 00:11:68, LBA: 44049 / 09:49:24) -> Track 39 (Audio, 00:06:17, LBA: 44942 / 10:01:17) -> Track 40 (Audio, 00:06:21, LBA: 45409 / 10:07:34) -> Track 41 (Audio, 00:06:22, LBA: 45880 / 10:13:55) -> Track 42 (Audio, 00:06:20, LBA: 46352 / 10:20:02) -> Track 43 (Audio, 00:08:22, LBA: 46822 / 10:26:22) -> Track 44 (Audio, 00:06:22, LBA: 47444 / 10:34:44) -> Track 45 (Audio, 00:06:25, LBA: 47916 / 10:40:66) -> Track 46 (Audio, 00:06:18, LBA: 48391 / 10:47:16) -> Track 47 (Audio, 00:06:25, LBA: 48859 / 10:53:34) -> Track 48 (Audio, 00:06:19, LBA: 49334 / 10:59:59) -> Track 49 (Audio, 00:06:19, LBA: 49803 / 11:06:03) -> Track 50 (Audio, 00:10:42, LBA: 50272 / 11:12:22) -> Track 51 (Audio, 00:07:39, LBA: 51064 / 11:22:64) -> Track 52 (Audio, 00:06:20, LBA: 51628 / 11:30:28) -> Track 53 (Audio, 00:12:40, LBA: 52098 / 11:36:48) -> Track 54 (Audio, 00:13:20, LBA: 53038 / 11:49:13) -> Track 55 (Audio, 00:06:23, LBA: 54033 / 12:02:33) -> Track 56 (Audio, 00:06:24, LBA: 54506 / 12:08:56) -> Track 57 (Audio, 00:08:14, LBA: 54980 / 12:15:05) -> Track 58 (Audio, 00:06:19, LBA: 55594 / 12:23:19) -> Track 59 (Audio, 00:07:22, LBA: 56063 / 12:29:38) -> Track 60 (Audio, 00:06:22, LBA: 56610 / 12:36:60) -> Track 61 (Audio, 00:09:47, LBA: 57082 / 12:43:07) -> Track 62 (Audio, 00:07:61, LBA: 57804 / 12:52:54) -> Track 63 (Audio, 00:06:24, LBA: 58390 / 13:00:40) -> Track 64 (Audio, 00:08:50, LBA: 58864 / 13:06:64) -> Track 65 (Audio, 00:06:20, LBA: 59514 / 13:15:39) -> Track 66 (Audio, 00:06:18, LBA: 59984 / 13:21:59) -> Track 67 (Audio, 00:06:46, LBA: 60452 / 13:28:02) -> Track 68 (Audio, 00:06:23, LBA: 60948 / 13:34:48) -> Track 69 (Audio, 00:06:20, LBA: 61421 / 13:40:71) -> Track 70 (Audio, 00:06:18, LBA: 61891 / 13:47:16) -> Track 71 (Audio, 00:09:24, LBA: 62359 / 13:53:34) -> Track 72 (Audio, 00:06:20, LBA: 63058 / 14:02:58) -> Track 73 (Audio, 00:07:47, LBA: 63528 / 14:09:03) -> Track 74 (Audio, 00:06:18, LBA: 64100 / 14:16:50) -> Track 75 (Audio, 00:06:22, LBA: 64568 / 14:22:68) -> Track 76 (Audio, 00:07:69, LBA: 65040 / 14:29:15) -> Track 77 (Audio, 00:06:22, LBA: 65634 / 14:37:09) -> Track 78 (Audio, 00:11:05, LBA: 66106 / 14:43:31) -> Track 79 (Audio, 00:06:23, LBA: 66936 / 14:54:36) -> Track 80 (Audio, 00:06:60, LBA: 67409 / 15:00:59) -> Track 81 (Audio, 00:06:40, LBA: 67919 / 15:07:44) -> Track 82 (Audio, 00:06:25, LBA: 68409 / 15:14:09) -> Track 83 (Audio, 00:06:20, LBA: 68884 / 15:20:34) -> Track 84 (Audio, 00:15:51, LBA: 69354 / 15:26:54) -> Track 85 (Audio, 00:26:18, LBA: 70530 / 15:42:30) -> Track 86 (Audio, 00:08:38, LBA: 72498 / 16:08:48) -> Track 87 (Audio, 00:06:22, LBA: 73136 / 16:17:11) -> Track 88 (Audio, 00:06:20, LBA: 73608 / 16:23:33) -> Track 89 (Audio, 00:06:18, LBA: 74078 / 16:29:53) -> Track 90 (Audio, 00:06:69, LBA: 74546 / 16:35:71) -> Track 91 (Audio, 00:07:27, LBA: 75065 / 16:42:65) -> Track 92 (Audio, 00:06:69, LBA: 75617 / 16:50:17) -> Track 93 (Audio, 00:06:24, LBA: 76136 / 16:57:11) -> Track 94 (Audio, 00:06:20, LBA: 76610 / 17:03:35) -> Track 95 (Audio, 00:06:48, LBA: 77080 / 17:09:55) -> Track 96 (Audio, 00:06:19, LBA: 77578 / 17:16:28) -> Track 97 (Audio, 00:04:24, LBA: 78047 / 17:22:47) -> LeadOut (LBA: 78371 / 17:26:71) Track Information: Session 1... -> Track 01 (LTSA: 0, LTS: 12591) -> Track 02 (LTSA: 12591, LTS: 10529) -> Track 03 (LTSA: 23120, LTS: 553) -> Track 04 (LTSA: 23673, LTS: 549) -> Track 05 (LTSA: 24222, LTS: 471) -> Track 06 (LTSA: 24693, LTS: 522) -> Track 07 (LTSA: 25215, LTS: 468) -> Track 08 (LTSA: 25683, LTS: 471) -> Track 09 (LTSA: 26154, LTS: 522) -> Track 10 (LTSA: 26676, LTS: 558) -> Track 11 (LTSA: 27234, LTS: 632) -> Track 12 (LTSA: 27866, LTS: 608) -> Track 13 (LTSA: 28474, LTS: 621) -> Track 14 (LTSA: 29095, LTS: 817) -> Track 15 (LTSA: 29912, LTS: 1527) -> Track 16 (LTSA: 31439, LTS: 474) -> Track 17 (LTSA: 31913, LTS: 563) -> Track 18 (LTSA: 32476, LTS: 469) -> Track 19 (LTSA: 32945, LTS: 473) -> Track 20 (LTSA: 33418, LTS: 474) -> Track 21 (LTSA: 33892, LTS: 470) -> Track 22 (LTSA: 34362, LTS: 475) -> Track 23 (LTSA: 34837, LTS: 471) -> Track 24 (LTSA: 35308, LTS: 468) -> Track 25 (LTSA: 35776, LTS: 468) -> Track 26 (LTSA: 36244, LTS: 1730) -> Track 27 (LTSA: 37974, LTS: 473) -> Track 28 (LTSA: 38447, LTS: 704) -> Track 29 (LTSA: 39151, LTS: 828) -> Track 30 (LTSA: 39979, LTS: 700) -> Track 31 (LTSA: 40679, LTS: 468) -> Track 32 (LTSA: 41147, LTS: 470) -> Track 33 (LTSA: 41617, LTS: 472) -> Track 34 (LTSA: 42089, LTS: 474) -> Track 35 (LTSA: 42563, LTS: 471) -> Track 36 (LTSA: 43034, LTS: 547) -> Track 37 (LTSA: 43581, LTS: 468) -> Track 38 (LTSA: 44049, LTS: 893) -> Track 39 (LTSA: 44942, LTS: 467) -> Track 40 (LTSA: 45409, LTS: 471) -> Track 41 (LTSA: 45880, LTS: 472) -> Track 42 (LTSA: 46352, LTS: 470) -> Track 43 (LTSA: 46822, LTS: 622) -> Track 44 (LTSA: 47444, LTS: 472) -> Track 45 (LTSA: 47916, LTS: 475) -> Track 46 (LTSA: 48391, LTS: 468) -> Track 47 (LTSA: 48859, LTS: 475) -> Track 48 (LTSA: 49334, LTS: 469) -> Track 49 (LTSA: 49803, LTS: 469) -> Track 50 (LTSA: 50272, LTS: 792) -> Track 51 (LTSA: 51064, LTS: 564) -> Track 52 (LTSA: 51628, LTS: 470) -> Track 53 (LTSA: 52098, LTS: 940) -> Track 54 (LTSA: 53038, LTS: 995) -> Track 55 (LTSA: 54033, LTS: 473) -> Track 56 (LTSA: 54506, LTS: 474) -> Track 57 (LTSA: 54980, LTS: 614) -> Track 58 (LTSA: 55594, LTS: 469) -> Track 59 (LTSA: 56063, LTS: 547) -> Track 60 (LTSA: 56610, LTS: 472) -> Track 61 (LTSA: 57082, LTS: 722) -> Track 62 (LTSA: 57804, LTS: 586) -> Track 63 (LTSA: 58390, LTS: 474) -> Track 64 (LTSA: 58864, LTS: 650) -> Track 65 (LTSA: 59514, LTS: 470) -> Track 66 (LTSA: 59984, LTS: 468) -> Track 67 (LTSA: 60452, LTS: 496) -> Track 68 (LTSA: 60948, LTS: 473) -> Track 69 (LTSA: 61421, LTS: 470) -> Track 70 (LTSA: 61891, LTS: 468) -> Track 71 (LTSA: 62359, LTS: 699) -> Track 72 (LTSA: 63058, LTS: 470) -> Track 73 (LTSA: 63528, LTS: 572) -> Track 74 (LTSA: 64100, LTS: 468) -> Track 75 (LTSA: 64568, LTS: 472) -> Track 76 (LTSA: 65040, LTS: 594) -> Track 77 (LTSA: 65634, LTS: 472) -> Track 78 (LTSA: 66106, LTS: 830) -> Track 79 (LTSA: 66936, LTS: 473) -> Track 80 (LTSA: 67409, LTS: 510) -> Track 81 (LTSA: 67919, LTS: 490) -> Track 82 (LTSA: 68409, LTS: 475) -> Track 83 (LTSA: 68884, LTS: 470) -> Track 84 (LTSA: 69354, LTS: 1176) -> Track 85 (LTSA: 70530, LTS: 1968) -> Track 86 (LTSA: 72498, LTS: 638) -> Track 87 (LTSA: 73136, LTS: 472) -> Track 88 (LTSA: 73608, LTS: 470) -> Track 89 (LTSA: 74078, LTS: 468) -> Track 90 (LTSA: 74546, LTS: 519) -> Track 91 (LTSA: 75065, LTS: 552) -> Track 92 (LTSA: 75617, LTS: 519) -> Track 93 (LTSA: 76136, LTS: 474) -> Track 94 (LTSA: 76610, LTS: 470) -> Track 95 (LTSA: 77080, LTS: 498) -> Track 96 (LTSA: 77578, LTS: 469) -> Track 97 (LTSA: 78047, LTS: 324)
  8. While I have someone knowledgeable's attention: Can a "regular" BR player (or BR drive) read my M-discs? Or does it have to be M-disc compatible to read, too. Didn't know if these were "special" for read and write or just for writing. I don't have a normal player I can check with. Asking so I know what is necessary to have to do a restoral of the data in case of disaster.
  9. Yeah, I've been using UDF (only) 2.60 for years now on Windows 10 for all my data file backups and they read fine. I only ever change the settings from my defaults when creating DVD Video or BD Video discs, and I let ImgBurn make the necessary changes for me when it prompts me for those media. In fact, BD Video may not even need changes, just DVD Video to UDF+ISO9660 1.02
  10. First burn of 98GB was successful with UDF (only) and 2.6. I didn't change any other settings except naming the disc label. Well, I can read it from the same drive anyway. Thanks again.
  11. dbminter

    BR disc won't burn

    BTW, there's no need to screen capture log window entries. What you can do is highlight the log entry text you want to post using the mouse or SHIFT and arrow keys, then right click on what you highlighted and select Copy then Paste it into a post entry on the forum.
  12. I'm not copying any files. I'm not running the installer. There are no registry entries yet because the program has not been installed. I was trying to make an autorun disc that ran the setup program once I double-clicked on the drive.
  13. dbminter

    BR disc won't burn

    You're using the bad Verbatim. CMC MAG is the kind used in Verbatim Life series discs. CMC is the worst junk out there. Granted, I've never heard of Life Series making BD-R. Or are you using BD-RE? I noticed the write speed was 2x, which means you could be using BD-RE which makes sense with the BD-RE since Verbatim BD-RE are CMC junk. If you're using BD-RE, try Panasonic's discs.
  14. Thank you for reply. Those files work fine with AnyBurn for example… mmh, but it must be closed source too (I'm not sure). Yes, can burn Enchanced CD starting from BIN/CUE, but can create them too? Can it create an image file from a new project with: 1st session with audio tracks + 2nd session with data track in CD-ROM XA Mode 2, Form 1 format?
  15. growlski

    BR disc won't burn

  16. LIGHTNING UK!

    BR disc won't burn

    Post the log please.
  17. LIGHTNING UK!

    Better support to nrg and mds/mdf, and mixed mode

    They're all closed source formats, so I'm afraid it won't get any better. It can read Enhanced CD's to the BIN/CUE format and then burn them, yes.
  18. Hello, I've installed Imgburn because is one of the very few burners able to decently manage old mixed mode discs (1 session: 1st track data, next tracks audio) for ancient Amiga/PC games of the '90... I also have Daemon Tools 10.10 Lite to mount and convert between file formats (bin+cue, nrg, mds/mdf....) and here is the problem with Imgbrun: trying to load a mds/mdf it reported a "Error: can only open mds version 1.x, this one is 2.1" :-( then with a .nrg file of a mixed mode CD it says can only manage nrg files single track :-( ...so my question is: will these formats compatibility improved anytime soon? It is a great burning software but the partial compatibility with some common formats make it... meh... for some tasks. Last question: can ImgBurn burn/create images in Enhanced CD mode ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Book_(CD_standard) ) too?
  19. growlski

    BR disc won't burn

    I am trying to burn a short home-made movie 1920x1080 25i H.264 to Blu-ray disc. Every time I try it says I/O Error! Synchronise Cache failed. Reason: Write Error. Incompatible Format. The discs I'm using are Verbatim.
  20. Definitely read only is all I need. I'd assume M-discs were one way one time anyway. In any case, I'm writing with the intent of long term storage. Thanks you very much for the help.
  21. Yesterday
  22. UFD 2.60 is "read only" in Windows 7/Vista/8/10, whatever that means. So, as long as you don't format the M-Disc as a giant floppy for future additions of files, which ImgBurn doesn't do, I don't see you'd have a problem reading it in Windows 7. But, to be safe, you could probably enable UDF 2.50, just to be sure, since that is both read and write enabled in Windows 7. You'd probably only encounter problems with older UDF and ISO9660 with filenames that contained odd characters, like Japanese.
  23. Filenames are just "normal" windows filenames, longer than 8 characters. Typical documents, executable, photo files. I would like them to be readable in Windows 7 but could live with 10+. What would change to make it compatible with Win 7 ? Thanks for the help.
  24. dbminter

    stuck on "finalising disc" pls help

    Yes, I'd blame the UME discs, too. The only really good options for DL discs are Verbatim DataLife Plus/AZO discs or TDK DL discs. Don't get the Verbatim Life series you find in stores. They'll be cheap CMC junk. You can only find the good stuff online.
  25. Really, you won't have to worry about any setting for data backups to M-Disc. There's nothing special about M-Discs that requires any special changes to image file settings. It depends on what you're backing up. Depending on the file names and characters used in them, you may get by using ISO9660, but I'd recommend staying with UDF purely. Whenever I do data backups, I always use UDF 2.60. The discs read fine in Windows 10. You may not want to use UDF or such a newer revision if you want the discs to be readable on older versions of Windows that don't support UDF or the latest revision of UDF.
  26. Long time imgburn user and contributor. About to burn my first M-disc. I have a LG full height player that says M-disc on it's front (Model BE16NU50). 100G M-disc, this will be a data file backup. What are the best settings to create this disc with? : Mode 1 or 2? UDF only or UDF+ISO9660, or something else? Which UDF revision? Anything else I need to know? Damn discs are pricey, I want to get it right on first try for obvious reasons.
  27. LIGHTNING UK!

    stuck on "finalising disc" pls help

    UME are not good DL discs. Just try another one. If it fails again, invest in some decent MKM-003-00 discs, as per the pinned thread about DL media.
  28. I 20:28:38 ImgBurn Version 2.5.8.0 started! I 20:28:38 Microsoft Windows 8 Professional x64 Edition (6.2, Build 9200) I 20:28:38 Total Physical Memory: 16,707,608 KiB - Available: 11,561,256 KiB I 20:28:38 Initialising SPTI... I 20:28:38 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices... I 20:28:38 -> Drive 1 - Info: hp CDDVDW SU-208CB HH00 (F:) (SATA) I 20:28:38 Found 1 DVD±RW/RAM! I 20:28:56 Operation Started! I 20:28:56 Source File: C:\Users\adine\Downloads\Tomb.Raider.XBOX360.WwW.GamesTorrents.CoM\Tomb.Raider.XBOX360.WwW.GamesTorrents.CoM\imars-rottr.360.dvd I 20:28:56 Source File Sectors: 3,827,488 (MODE1/2048) I 20:28:56 Source File Size: 7,838,695,424 bytes I 20:28:56 Source File Volume Identifier: 17349 I 20:28:56 Source File Volume Set Identifier: 1aa48000MS UDFBridge I 20:28:57 Source File Application Identifier: CDIMAGE 2.45 (12/06/2000 TM) I 20:28:57 Source File Implementation Identifier: Microsoft CDIMAGE UDF I 20:28:57 Source File File System(s): ISO9660, UDF (1.50) I 20:28:57 Destination Device: [0:0:0] hp CDDVDW SU-208CB HH00 (F:) (SATA) I 20:28:57 Destination Media Type: DVD+R DL (Disc ID: UMEDISC-DL1-64) I 20:28:57 Destination Media Supported Write Speeds: 3x, 4x I 20:28:57 Destination Media Sectors: 4,173,824 I 20:28:57 Destination Media L0 Data Zone Capacity: 2,086,912 (Changeable: Yes) I 20:28:57 Write Mode: DVD I 20:28:57 Write Type: DAO I 20:28:57 Write Speed: 4x I 20:28:57 DVD+R DL Reserve Track: No I 20:28:57 Link Size: Auto I 20:28:57 Lock Volume: Yes I 20:28:57 Test Mode: No I 20:28:57 OPC: No I 20:28:57 BURN-Proof: Enabled I 20:28:57 Write Speed Successfully Set! - Effective: 5,540 KB/s (4x) I 20:28:57 Optimal L0 Data Zone Capacity: 1,913,760 I 20:28:57 Optimal L0 Data Zone Method: Copied From Original Disc I 20:40:06 Set L0 Data Zone Capacity Succeeded! I 20:40:06 L0 Data Zone Capacity - Effective: 1,913,760 I 20:40:06 Filling Buffer... (80 MiB) I 20:40:06 Writing LeadIn... I 20:45:45 Writing Session 1 of 1... (1 Track, LBA: 0 - 3827487) I 20:45:45 Writing Track 1 of 1... (MODE1/2048, LBA: 0 - 3827487) I 20:45:45 Writing Layer 0... (LBA: 0 - 1913759) I 20:58:20 Writing Layer 1... (LBA: 1913760 - 3827487) I 21:12:04 Synchronising Cache... I 21:14:51 Closing Track... I 21:18:44 Finalising Disc... W 21:23:32 Potential 'WaitImmediateIO' Deferred Error - (94%, 0/3) - Session Fixation Error Writing Lead Out W 21:23:32 Finalise Disc Failed! - Reason: Session Fixation Error Writing Lead Out W 21:23:32 Retrying (1 of 3)... I 21:37:32 Abort Request Acknowledged i was trying to copy rise of the tomb raider to a dual layer dvd from Traxdata (i've used them before with no problems) and it got stuck on "finalising disc"
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