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    CD Text Question

    Can you attach the CUE file please? Sorry for not replying after your previous post, I read it on my phone but the screenshots weren't clear enough and I couldn't really see what I was looking at. After that, I just plain forgot about it.
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    change double click action

    ImgBurn doesn't *make* the OS do anything when you insert a disc or double click the drive. Double clicking just makes it perform the default action. The default action can be seen by right clicking - it's the one in bold. ImgBurn adds itself as an option for various autoplay related things, but you're meant to decide (within OS's autplay config) which one it actually performs. Which OS are you running?
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    Burning RAMdisk .img Image File Does Not Work

    1. The original img that ramdisk made. 2. Once you’ve burnt that img to a disc with pburn, use ImgBurn to read that new disc back to an iso file and then upload that too please.
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    CD Text Question

    Check the burnt disc by going into Read mode and clicking the media info button. Does the cdtext look ok? If so, it’s probably down to the playback device.
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    Burn Issue - Timeout on Logical Unit

    It says 'Test Mode: Yes'
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    Burn Issue - Timeout on Logical Unit

    What if you turn test mode off and use a new disc? Test mode doesn't normally work on + (plus) format media.
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    Loss of Streaming

    The first error you got was a 'Write Error', that's the important one. Your drive ran into an issue burning the disc. Try another one. Also, there's a firmware update available for your drive. http://www.firmwarehq.com/LG/BH12LS38/files.html
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    Layer break setting not working on BD-RE DL

    Thanks for the suggestion. The setting probably predates BD support being added, so it wasn’t required at the time.
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    Layer break setting not working on BD-RE DL

    Layer break stuff doesn’t apply to BD media. You can’t adjust its location and are supposed to treat them like large, single layer discs.
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    Physical location of layers on DVD+R DL media

    Correct. I guess not, no. As you can't burn more to L1 than L0, you'll perhaps never know (just by looking at it) how much of L1 has been written.
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    Physical location of layers on DVD+R DL media

    Taking the label to be the top, Layer 0 is at the bottom and layer 1 is in the middle.
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    Burning RAMdisk .img Image File Does Not Work

    What if you made a small ramdisk img file, burnt it with pburn and then read that disc to a new iso file using ImgBurn? You could upload both files and maybe I could see what it has actually done.
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    Burning RAMdisk .img Image File Does Not Work

    Stick with PBurn then.
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    Burning RAMdisk .img Image File Does Not Work

    I have no idea what format a RAMdisk img file is in. I'd assume it's more like a hdd with a partition table and FAT32 / NTFS type formatting. ImgBurn will expect a typical optical disc image file, not anything else.
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    Difference

    If you’ve download an iso (disc image file), you’d want to use the ‘write image file to disc’ option to burn it. The program reads a chunk from the iso and writes it directly to disc. If you’ve got (for example) a few folders full of files that you want to burn to disc, you’d use the ‘write files/folders to disc’ option. Think of an iso as a box or something. You can opt to ‘create image file from files/folders’ so it’s easier to deal with when you’re ready to burn it to disc.
  16. I’m amazed that worked if the disc is unreadable.
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    Please help me

    Joliet only applies when you're talking about burning files/folders to a disc (data disc). So you want to load the program and go into Build mode. (or use the 'write files / folders to disc' button) Next, change the 'file systems' option to ISO9660+Joliet or ISO9660+Joliet+UDF. Add your files/folders to the 'Source' box on the left and then hit the big 'Write' button.
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    I/0 Error

    Try some different discs. If they don't work either, try a different drive.
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    Writing to DL disc

    The default settings work best. Media wise, you want Verbatim 8x MKM-003-00, as per here: http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000
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    Asus BW-161HT stops burning BD-R

    Your drive is just reporting a 'Write Error', so it seems unable to burn the disc. Try slowing the write speed down a bit if 'MAX' (12x) isn't working. If that doesn't work and different discs don't work, you may have to buy yourself another drive.
  21. Your drive shouldn't have needed to do anything at that stage and probably just errored out on the command to sync the cache - it would have been empty. The fact the drive isn't displaying any sort of MID/DID for the disc is a bit weird. Can you put a new disc in the drive and copy + paste everything from the box on the right when you're in Write mode please?
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    Check where the Layer Break for Bluray?

    Whilst physically present, BD did away with a whole concept of layer breaks. You treat the disc like a large, single layer disc.
  23. Post the full log from both burn attempts please.
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    Burn image on multiple drives

    It seems your drive has an issue with the media you’re using. That’s normally a decent MID, so perhaps the drive is at fault... especially if the other two drives are fine with them.
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    Burn image on multiple drives

    It's going to be trial and error. Put the ISO on an SSD and open 3 instances of the program. Start #1 going. Start #2 going. Check the buffer levels in both instances... say when the 2nd reaches 20% done or something... do they look ok? Start #3 going. Check the buffer levels in all three instances... say when the 3rd reaches 20% complete or something... do they look ok? If the buffers are full, you're fine to always work with burning a single iso from the ssd on 3 drives at the same time. Even if the buffer levels do drop off, it won't break the burn. Drives can handle that type of thing just fine these days. If the buffers stay full and 1 would normally burn in 8 mins, yeah all three will burn in 8 mins. As for the SATA connections, if the controllers they're attached to are compatible with optical drives (lots of 3rd party addon type ones aren't), you'll be fine. Even SATA 1 can easily cope with the throughput required for burning the fastest BD media currently available, so there's definitely no issue with DVD.
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