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#1 gamemaniaco

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Posted 24 August 2013 - 02:53 PM

Suggestions for ImgBurn
 
1 would love one in ImgBurn was possible to extract all the contents of a disk by creating an ISO file
 
2 Create ISO my files with present on the hard drive
 
3 test the quality of the media indicating whether it has any error or degradation and showing when should I change it
 
4 rip and extract music discs
 
5 software protections to prevent errors in burning data
 
6 convert and burn videos to be played on any DVD player

Edited by gamemaniaco, 24 August 2013 - 02:55 PM.


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Posted 24 August 2013 - 08:46 PM

1 use read mode

 

2 need more info on what you mean, but for making files into an iso, use build mode

 

3 there are already free tools that do this

 

4 why when windows does it already?

 

5 use good media

 

6 there are already free converters like flick that do this already, and will open imgburn to burn it for you



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Posted 25 August 2013 - 01:16 PM

1 free tool that tests the disk and shows that it has a degradation or problem? I have Nero DiscSpeed ​​but do not know if he does it
 
2 I use windows XP
 
3 the unique medias that are found here Philips CMC Magnetics CMC MAG M01 ID
 
4 you could tell me a converter videos free, lightweight and small so I can convert any video to my watch on any DVD Player?
 
5 In ImgBurn is possible to know which country was made ​​my DVD disc? need to know this





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