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  1. soup2nuts

    Happy Birthday mmalves!

    Happy Birthday.
  2. soup2nuts

    No Devices Detected!!!

    Darn...I have to wait until my admin comes home to view device manager. Admin hasn't come home yet?
  3. soup2nuts

    happy birthday lfcrule1972

    Sorry I missed it, but I hope you had a great birthday.
  4. soup2nuts

    avi files

    A little tip if you are burning multiple AVI files to a blank disc & want them to play in order, number them. One option could be: 001 Whatever information you want.AVI 002 003 etc.
  5. soup2nuts

    Thank you Cynthia.

    I was hit with this problem for the first time today. After trying a couple of things, without success, I decided to go ahead with the burn anyway. I have not scanned the disc as of yet but, have checked it for playability & it's fine, no problems. Then a Moderator at another Forum referred me to your solution, as I still had the file, I decided to give it a go. It was very easy to follow & I have checked the output as far as opening ImgBurn & actually seeing the layerbreak shown. So, thank you for adding another useful tool to my arsenal that I can use when needed, it is appreciated. BTW, I have the log for the burn I went ahead with, I can attach it if wanted.
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    Happy birthday polopony

    Happy Birthday. :thumbup:
  7. soup2nuts

    Happy Birthday dontasciime!

    Happy Birthday. :thumbup:
  8. soup2nuts

    Problems Burning Verbatim 2.4x (Singapour)

    The only reason I am giving this tip, is from reading your posts, you seem like the kind of person who will do thorough research before making your own decision whether to use or not use something. I would like you to Google, keywords, Media Code Speed Edit (MCSE) for LG writers. What you find, please read & digest completely.
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    2 Failed Burns

    I might be wrong, because I didsn't grow up with Metric, but I think this file is too big to fit on a single layer blank Dvd-R. 4 699 979 776 bytes = 4 482.25 megabytes 4 699 979 776 bytes = 4.37719727 gigabytes Did some checking & by the looks of it, it is close, so never mind.
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    Problems Burning Verbatim 2.4x (Singapour)

    The available write speed to me with this media & this drive is 4X, so I burn @4X. If I had a choice of write speeds, then I would have to decide which speed to use based on what I have done before with this media, this drive & found the best write speed to use. People give advice on the knowledge available to them & the most recommended DL media anywhere is Verbatim 2.4X, made in Singapore especially for older drives. Personally I will use 2.4X, 8X, made in Singapore or India. I will also use Philips 8X. You might have got a bad batch, it happens, you might have something wrong with your firmware for that drive. Don't you find it the least bit strange that Memorex works but Verbatims don't? Are you able to try burning these Verbatims with another drive, maybe even in another computer to check?
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    Problems Burning Verbatim 2.4x (Singapour)

    I 18:21:17 ImgBurn Version 2.4.2.0 started!I 18:21:17 Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition (5.2, Build 3790 : Service Pack 2) I 18:21:17 Total Physical Memory: 3,407,052 KB - Available: 2,705,636 KB I 18:21:17 Initialising SPTI... I 18:21:17 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices... I 18:21:18 Found 1 DVD
  12. soup2nuts

    Happy Birthday dbminter!

    Happy Birthday. :beer:
  13. soup2nuts

    Happy Birthday Altercuno

    Happy Birthday.
  14. soup2nuts

    New Member

    Aww, you remembered.
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    New Member

    As you get older & mellower, you gain a few things & you lose a few. Wisdom hopefully being a gain, but then slowing down comes with age.
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