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  1. blasted

    Just had to say

    Congratulations on the software. I have been using it for a while. It gives me no problems at all. Well done chaps, its a pleasure to use. Shame all our expensive bespoke software at work isnt as reliable as this.
  2. blasted

    verbatum dvd-r + fails at layer break,

    Been out and bought the Pioneer 112, proceeded to burn back up on a chepo disc first, just to test. Went straight through, no problems. I still have to test it out though. Thanks chaps.
  3. blasted

    verbatum dvd-r + fails at layer break,

    Thanks for that chaps, is the consensus to drop the drive then?
  4. blasted

    verbatum dvd-r + fails at layer break,

    Just got home and checked one of the verbatum discs it says _NEC DVD_RW ND-3550A 1.07 (ATA) Current Profile: DVD+R DL Disc Information: Status: Empty Erasable: No Free Sectors: 4,173,824 Free Space: 8,547,991,552 bytes Free Time: 927:32:74 (MM:SS:FF) Supported Write Speeds: 2.4x, 4x, 6x, 8x DVD
  5. blasted

    verbatum dvd-r + fails at layer break,

    Thanks for that, im usnsure of how to find out which type of disc it was. They came in individual cases.
  6. Right i have a 360 image and i want to get it onto a dual layer disc. I have read umpteen guides and was assured that imgburn would be the best programme for this. So i downloaded imgburn from one of the usual sites. I have a nec 3500a dvd burner and have updated it to the latest liggy firmware. I followed the guide for img burn and have so far failed on five occasions. The first three were burnt to non branded d/l dvds although i was assured they have worked for others. Then i used 2 verbatum dvd-r +, both these failed at the layer break. I set the layer break manually at the correct figure for 360 backups. I dont have the log files. But at first it failed due to power calibartion issues and the second time it was a write error. I cant afford to keep splashing out on dual layer discs, please help.
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