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  1. Is it possible to add support for samsung trudirect?
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    reading audio cd

    Right now I'm trying to read the disc. At least the tracks that are still readable. So can't I make imgburn timeout when an operation takes a long time and then skip to next track?? Or maybe some kind of progress bar or something to know that imgburn still reads the disk. because for me the log doesn't make any sense
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    reading audio cd

    Hello. I have a problem when reading an scratchy audio cd. I tried version 2.5.1.0 and 2.5.2.0. With both version imgburn stops at analysing tracks. in my case it stops at 44 track. the problem is i don't get any erros. it just wait at analysing. I tried with isobuster to make an image and it works fine. so why imgburn doesnt read the disc? my current dvdrw is samsung 203n and I also tried with an lg. with lg it stops at track 4.
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    reading audio cd

    This was just to make the log. But I let it more than 30 min and still track 44.
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    reading audio cd

    I attached the log and I had some time to play more with isobuster. I don't know what isobuster does but anyway it sucks The raw image made with isobuster is not readable and also when choosing perfom surface scan returned no errors. But when I choose to extract cd content it can't read it. So I tried Exact Audio Copy. I saw that it can use C2 error correction(I don't see this option in imgburn) and it reads the cd. there are some read errors but it works. ImgBurn.log
  6. So why not donate in advanced? This way LUK will have the mood to make your wish come true
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    Optiarc 7170S I/O Error

    it's a motherboard for amd with nforce 5 chipset and the sata controller is integrated. but I believe that all nforce 5 to 7 motherboards will do because of the new 10.x.x.x drivers.
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    Optiarc 7170S I/O Error

    maybe the sense area is different when the drive is connect to a raid controller. Just a thought. anyway the disc is erased but imgburn reports errors and I believe it could write the image if it would not stop because of the error.
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    Optiarc 7170S I/O Error

    I attached the complete log. You'll see that imgburn erases the disc but it says it's not succesfull even the disc is in fact erased. ImgBurn2.log
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    Optiarc 7170S I/O Error

    i tried to use dvdburn from windows resource kit which I believe it uses spti interface and it works. no errors. so there is no problem with SCSI drivers nor sata drive. the only program with the problem is imgburn whether you like or not.
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    Optiarc 7170S I/O Error

    I'am using wnaspi32.dll from nero. it works flawlessly. thank you.
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    Optiarc 7170S I/O Error

    nero works. do you think that nero could work with broken cable or change the drive from SCSI to IDE? And I can see a similar problem with VIA raid controller in this post
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    Optiarc 7170S I/O Error

    still no success. now I get this error W 20:49:13 Potential 'WaitImmediateIO' Deferred Error - (0/2) - Unknown (0xF0, 0x08) E 20:49:13 Failed to Format Disc! - Reason: Unknown (0xF0, 0x08)
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    Optiarc 7170S I/O Error

    I have the same problem and i believe imgburn is the culprit. This happens when the writer is connected to SCSI. I tried with nero and there is no problem. ImgBurn2.log
  15. there is no problem with the disc. the iso generated by imgburn its not good. there are files that can't be read in virtual server I've built the same iso with nero and no errors. It has 4,471,324,672 bytes and 2,183,264 blocks (iso built with imgburn has 2,183,040 blocks and 4,470,865,920 bytes)
  16. I have the same problem and it's very annoying because there are some file that can't be read in virtual server. I've uploaded the logs and you can see clearly that the numbers of sectors from an iso image is different from the image written with dvd-rw. Also isobuster reports different size. image from dvd 2,295,104 blocks 4,700,372,992 bytes iso image 2,183,040 blocks 4,470,865,920 bytes And another problem is that imgburn doesn't remember the number of sectors to load from bootable disc tab after I reopen it. dvdrw.log iso.log
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