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URGENT HELP NO DEVICES DETECTED

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im trying to put an ISO onto a disk

 

done this before but this time this is a new pc

 

anyone have an hellp for me

 

need to get this burned onto it this is really important

 

thanks

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I 23:32:20 ImgBurn Version 2.5.8.0 started!
I 23:32:20 Microsoft Windows 8 Core x64 Edition (6.2, Build 9200)
I 23:32:20 Total Physical Memory: 8,387,380 KiB  -  Available: 6,873,704 KiB
I 23:32:20 Initialising SPTI...
I 23:32:20 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...
W 23:32:20 No devices detected!
 

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What is the brand and model of the optical drive in your system? The most obvious reason why IMGBurn would show that message is that your optical drive installed is a reader drive only and not a burner.

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What is the brand and model of the optical drive in your system? The most obvious reason why IMGBurn would show that message is that your optical drive installed is a reader drive only and not a burner.

i was able to burn a few months ago then tonight i need to do again and it wont allow me to?

 

ho do i find out what op drive mine is so i can tell  you?

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If you were able to burn a few months ago and you did not get a new drive then something is wrong in the software level of your system. A drive doesn't suddenly lose its burning capability. Even if the drive went defective, it would still display to windows and IMGBurn as a burner. The easiest way to see is to access the windows device manager and check the optical drives section.

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lol i think you posted a split second after i did

 

corect i was able to a few months ago and i try today and i cnnot?

 

mabey an update is required or?

 

its the same dvd drive

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ahh lightning your a legend thanks man

 

but i have encounted another problem as such;

 

i can burn teh image to the dvd but it says i dont have enough room?

 

i am using 8.5GB DVD+R and the file i am trying to burn is battlefield 4 disk 1 and 2 for the xbox 360

the files are both 8.13GB for each disk so i dont see how i dont have enough space on the disk?

 

any help would be amazing

 

thanks

 

jake

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Burning oversized images (XGD3) requires the right hardware.

 

You should probably do some research before wasting discs.

 

As this isn't an ImgBurn issue, I won't go into more detail, sorry.

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