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  1. John

    Could my burner be going bad?

    Thanks for all of your help. It looks like cleaning it solved my problem. amazing that I've been in the industry for over 20 years and something so simple didn't even occur to me. Sometimes th simplest things are just forgotten. John
  2. John

    Could my burner be going bad?

    Wow! You must be psychic! I am on 1.29 and using Verbatim discs. That's good right?
  3. I have been using a Pioneer DVR-111D burner for quite some time now and never had any problems. Suddenly, all my on DVD+R DL media are failing at 51%. As far as I know, nothing has changed on my workstation. In fact I almost use it exclusively for burning only so it rarely gets any changes done to it at all which is why this is so odd. They all seem to fail at the switch when burning the second layer. I'm using a layer break of 1913760 for each one. I haven't had any problems with other burns yet but haven't had a chance to try anything else yet either. I seem to get 2 good burns and then the next one will have problems and just hang at 51%. If I cancel it since it never progresses any further, and then reboot and try with new media, it works fine again but only for 2 (or maybe 1) burns. I even tried switching back to IMGBURN 2.1.0.0 but still have the same problems. Any ideas anyone? John
  4. I was a huge fan of DVD Decrypter and I'm sure I'll be a huge fan of ImgBurn also (just installed it). I thought a cool feature would be some sort of plugin system where others can write their own code to interface with ImgBurn. An example would be to a DVD ripping plugin. That way you are entirely *not* responsible but the functionality of DVD Decrypter would still be available. Just an idea as I know we can still use both programs seperately. J.
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