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  1. Hi, I have windows 7, I created an ISO file with imageburn, my problem is I can't find the ISO file I created, I've been in to c drive, but cant find it no where, your help is appreciated
  2. juandan

    after burning image I have 4 folder

    will do, thanks.
  3. Hi, I'm new to this so please excuse my ignorance, I have burned a image file with imageburm, when I played the burned file back, I have four folders, Data, Documentation, language, and speach, how do I get it play? it a language course, your help is appreciated
  4. juandan

    burned dvd won't play in dvd player

    thanks for that, I'm learning
  5. juandan

    burned dvd won't play in dvd player

    The file is a single avi file, it doesn't say in the dvd manual if it supports avi or not, this is how I burned the dvd http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=4632 I know what your saying now, Imgburn does not do a conversion from avi to dvd, so I have to convert them to dvd before I can burn them with Imgburn is that righ?
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    burned dvd won't play in dvd player

    Cynthia the error is on my part I missed the 0 out at the end, so that must be the problem, its my dvd player not being able to play ISO9660 format. its a sony dvd player I've had a number of years, time for a new one I think
  7. juandan

    burned dvd won't play in dvd player

    post a log file. we cant help you at all without seeing this also, have you burnt a disc with this laptop before that DOES play on your home player ? is your home player compatable with the type of disc you used, ie -R/+R/ R/W ? is your source file a PAL type and your in a NTSC region ?
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    burned dvd won't play in dvd player

    Hey Juandan, I am having a similar problem with a home Sony DVD player, the DVD drive in my laptop is a Pioneer DVD+RW DR-K17Y ATA Device. After burning the DVD plays on my laptop, but not on my home player. Any advice? to be honest I can't really help, the guys on this forum are the experts I'm sure if you post your problem they will help. good luck
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    burned dvd won't play in dvd player

    every thing seem to be working now, I uninstall the sata dvd-rw and installed a IDE dvd-rw, dma is enabled I just burned a dvd and it plays in my dvd player thanks for your help
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    I/0 error

    this is what I have every thing seem to be working now, I uninstall the sata dvd-rw and installed a IDE dvd-rw, dma is enable now I just burned a dvd and it plays in my dvd player, thanks to all for your help
  11. I burned a dvd but it won't play in my home dvd player, it players on my pc, my dvd player is a sony DVP-NS330, my media is verbatim dvd single layer, in the log it says my burner is ATA its not its a sata drive, I had write speed on 16x Imgburn log ImgBurn Version 2.4.1.0 - Log ; Sunday, 04 May 2008, 10:12:35 ; \\****************************************// ; ; I 09:39:08 ImgBurn Version 2.4.1.0 started! I 09:39:08 Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition (5.1, Build 2600 : Service Pack 2) I 09:39:08 Total Physical Memory: 2,030,812 KB - Available: 1,337,560 KB I 09:39:08 Initialising SPTI... I 09:39:08 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices... I 09:39:09 Found 1 DVD-ROM and 1 DVD
  12. juandan

    I/0 error

    this is what I have
  13. juandan

    I/0 error

    I have uninstalled the primary and secondary ide in device manager and rebooted but its still the same, I don't have an option to uninstall the main controller entry, do you mean the IDE ATA/ATAPI controller if it is then when I right click on the IDE ATA/ATAPI controller the only option I get is scan for hardware changes and properties, can I uninstall it in the bios?
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    I/0 error

    I've Tried everything and still can't get dma enabled, I looked in the bios and the burner is set to auto is that best setting to use or should I change it, there's few options like uldma 4 I don't really know much about it to tell the truth. I appreciate your help
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