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How do you change the booktype to DVD-ROM

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that would depend on if your burner supports bitsetting.

you can find a little book on the bottom right hand side of the gui ,click on it and see if your drive is listed

 

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then click on the name of your drive and change current setting

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once you set it in imgburn it will remember the setting unless your drive is an LG which resets itself after every reboot

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In which case either leave your PC on all the time :P or remember to reset the booktype before you burn !

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Do you have the latest firmware for your drive? It's v.A105. Your log will tell you what version it is. Or post it here and we'll tell you.

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Just to add, I run 4 LG drives, and I DO have to set them every time after a reboot.

Just the way they are.

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I also have an LG - I don't suppose there is a way to parse a command via CLI to set the booktype?

 

This would be a very useful feature for me and my fellow LG'ers.

 

Regards

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There's a little program you can add to your startup that'll do it - incase you're not already aware of it ;)

 

I think I read about it over at the cdfreaks forum.

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No thanks to me - LUK! and Chewy actually pointed me in the right direction.

 

But isn't the prog a godsend for us LG'ers??

 

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Not that I'm ungreatfull blu, but I'm quite happy to set my drive after a reboot rather than run an another app.

I mean after all it's not all that hard. :)

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That would annoy me having to keep resetting it !! But then I am lazy and would happily run an app every time !! :P

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The apps runs in literally a flash. Opens a tiny dos box and does its stuff.

 

If you blink, you'll miss it.

 

But each to our own. :)

 

Regards

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Yeah each to their own blu - just being lazy your way sounds preferable to me. I know I would forget to do it when I really needed it otherwise !! :D

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just a batch file right?
Even easier than that. You stick this tiny prog anywhere, Get the appropriate command, and it stick it in HKLM\Software\M$\Windows\CV\Run. A batch file does this for you.

 

Total setup of the process - about 1 minute. Time to run at startup - a flash. Just gotta make sure you don't delete or move the prog (hide it away somewhere).

 

Regards

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