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I started with a DVD +R.  It gave me write errors.  I noticed the write side of the DVD had blemishes.

I tried a DVD -R (I ran out of +R DVD'S) and it gave me an error saying the DVD was to small.  I don't understand why.

Does this DVD writer only accept +R?

 

When I saw that it only supported write speeds of 6x, 8x, 16x  I change it to 6x.

 

This is the log:

I 15:20:45 ImgBurn Version 2.5.8.0 started!
I 15:20:45 Microsoft Windows 7 Professional Edition (6.1, Build 7601 : Service Pack 1)
I 15:20:45 Total Physical Memory: 3,585,848 KiB  -  Available: 846,288 KiB
I 15:20:45 Initialising SPTI...
I 15:20:45 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...
I 15:20:45 -> Drive 1 - Info: ELBY CLONEDRIVE 1.4 (J:) (SCSI)
I 15:20:45 -> Drive 2 - Info: HL-DT-ST DVD-RAM GHA2N KUA1-01 (G:) (SATA)
I 15:20:45 -> Drive 3 - Info: TigerJet CD-ROM v2.0 (I:) (USB 1.1 - Full Speed)
I 15:20:45 Found 1 DVD±RW/RAM, 1 BD-ROM/HD DVD-ROM and 1 Unknown!
I 15:21:20 Operation Started!
I 15:21:20 Building Image Tree...
E 15:21:42 Non-bootable Operating System installation disc.
E 15:21:42 Operation Aborted! - Duration: 00:00:21
I 15:26:17 Operation Started!
I 15:26:17 Building Image Tree...
E 15:26:24 Non-bootable Operating System installation disc.
E 15:26:24 Operation Aborted! - Duration: 00:00:07
I 15:32:47 Operation Started!
I 15:32:48 Building Image Tree...
I 15:33:19 Checking Directory Depth...
I 15:33:19 Calculating Totals...
I 15:33:19 Preparing Image...
I 15:33:20 Checking Path Length...
I 15:33:20 Contents: 878 Files, 199 Folders
I 15:33:20 Content Type: Operating System Installation
I 15:33:20 Data Type: MODE1/2048
I 15:33:20 File System(s): UDF (1.02) (Bootable)
I 15:33:20 Volume Label: Windows 7 Home x64SP1_X17-59186
I 15:33:20 Size: 3,337,339,331 bytes
I 15:33:20 Sectors: 1,629,943
I 15:33:20 Image Size: 6,662,258,688 bytes
I 15:33:20 Image Sectors: 3,253,056
I 19:04:48 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 03:32:00
W 19:05:37 User accepted disc space warning and is attempting to overburn!
I 19:05:37 Operation Started!
I 19:05:37 Source File: -==/\/[BUILD IMAGE]\/\==-
I 19:05:37 Source File Sectors: 3,253,056 (MODE1/2048)
I 19:05:37 Source File Size: 6,662,258,688 bytes
I 19:05:37 Source File Volume Identifier: Windows 7 Home x64SP1_X17-59186
I 19:05:37 Source File Volume Set Identifier: 47527C170031A338
I 19:05:37 Source File Application Identifier: IMGBURN V2.5.8.0 - THE ULTIMATE IMAGE BURNER!
I 19:05:37 Source File Implementation Identifier: ImgBurn
I 19:05:37 Source File File System(s): ISO9660 (Bootable), UDF (1.02)
I 19:05:37 Destination Device: [0:0:0] HL-DT-ST DVD-RAM GHA2N KUA1 (G:) (SATA)
I 19:05:37 Destination Media Type: DVD+R (Disc ID: SONY-D21-00)
I 19:05:37 Destination Media Supported Write Speeds: 6x, 8x, 16x
I 19:05:37 Destination Media Sectors: 2,295,104
I 19:05:37 Write Mode: DVD
I 19:05:37 Write Type: DAO
I 19:05:37 Write Speed: 4x
I 19:05:37 DVD+R Reserve Track: No
I 19:05:37 Link Size: Auto
I 19:05:37 Lock Volume: Yes
I 19:05:37 Test Mode: No
I 19:05:37 OPC: No
I 19:05:37 BURN-Proof: Enabled
W 19:05:37 Write Speed Miscompare! - Wanted: 5,540 KB/s (4x), Got: 8,310 KB/s (6x)
W 19:05:37 The drive only supports writing these discs at 6x, 8x, 16x.
I 19:05:37 Book Type Setting: N/A (Reason: Invalid Command Operation Code)
I 19:05:38 Filling Buffer... (80 MiB)
I 19:05:39 Writing LeadIn...
I 19:05:52 Writing Session 1 of 1... (1 Track, LBA: 0 - 3253055)
I 19:05:52 Writing Track 1 of 1... (MODE1/2048, LBA: 0 - 3253055)
W 19:15:11 Failed to Write Sectors 2259552 - 2259583 - Reason: Unknown (Internal Target Failure) (ASC: 0x44, ASCQ: 0x86)
W 19:15:11 Retrying (1 of 20)...
W 19:15:11 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 19:15:11 Retrying (2 of 20)...
W 19:15:11 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 19:15:11 Retrying (3 of 20)...
W 19:15:11 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 19:15:11 Retrying (4 of 20)...
W 19:15:11 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 19:15:11 Retrying (5 of 20)...
W 19:15:11 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 19:15:11 Retrying (6 of 20)...
W 19:15:11 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 19:15:11 Retrying (7 of 20)...
W 19:15:11 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 19:15:11 Retrying (8 of 20)...
W 19:15:11 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 19:15:11 Retrying (9 of 20)...
W 19:15:11 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 19:15:11 Retrying (10 of 20)...
W 19:15:11 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 19:15:11 Retrying (11 of 20)...
W 19:15:11 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 19:15:11 Retrying (12 of 20)...
W 19:15:11 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 19:15:11 Retrying (13 of 20)...
W 19:15:11 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 19:15:11 Retrying (14 of 20)...
W 19:15:11 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 19:15:11 Retrying (15 of 20)...
W 19:15:11 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 19:15:11 Retrying (16 of 20)...
W 19:15:11 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 19:15:11 Retrying (17 of 20)...
W 19:15:11 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 19:15:11 Retrying (18 of 20)...
W 19:15:11 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 19:15:11 Retrying (19 of 20)...
W 19:15:11 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 19:15:11 Retrying (20 of 20)...
W 19:15:11 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
W 19:16:02 Retrying (21)...
W 19:16:02 Retry Failed - Reason: Invalid Address For Write
E 19:16:04 Failed to Write Sectors 2259552 - 2259583 - Reason: Unknown (Internal Target Failure) (ASC: 0x44, ASCQ: 0x86)
E 19:16:04 Next Writable Address: 2259024
I 19:16:04 Synchronising Cache...
W 19:16:13 User opted to skip the 'Close Track/Session/Disc' functions.
E 19:16:13 Failed to Write Image!
I 19:16:13 Exporting Graph Data...
I 19:16:13 Graph Data File: C:\Users\Gary\AppData\Roaming\ImgBurn\Graph Data Files\HL-DT-ST_DVD-RAM_GHA2N_KUA1_SUNDAY-OCTOBER-18-2015_7-05_PM_SONY-D21-00_4x.ibg
I 19:16:13 Export Successfully Completed!
E 19:16:13 Operation Failed! - Duration: 00:10:36
I 19:16:13 Average Write Rate: 7,396 KiB/s (5.5x) - Maximum Write Rate: 8,189 KiB/s (6.1x)
I 19:16:31 Operation Started!
I 19:16:31 Building Image Tree...
I 19:16:31 Checking Directory Depth...
I 19:16:31 Calculating Totals...
I 19:16:31 Preparing Image...
I 19:16:32 Checking Path Length...
I 19:16:32 Contents: 878 Files, 199 Folders
I 19:16:32 Content Type: Operating System Installation
I 19:16:32 Data Type: MODE1/2048
I 19:16:32 File System(s): UDF (1.02) (Bootable)
I 19:16:32 Volume Label: [Not Configured]
I 19:16:32 Size: 3,337,339,331 bytes
I 19:16:32 Sectors: 1,629,943
I 19:16:32 Image Size: 6,662,258,688 bytes
I 19:16:32 Image Sectors: 3,253,056
I 19:16:32 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:00:00
I 19:22:04 Operation Started!
I 19:22:04 Building Image Tree...
I 19:22:12 Checking Directory Depth...
I 19:22:12 Calculating Totals...
I 19:22:12 Preparing Image...
I 19:22:12 Checking Path Length...
I 19:22:12 Contents: 878 Files, 199 Folders
I 19:22:12 Content Type: Operating System Installation
I 19:22:12 Data Type: MODE1/2048
I 19:22:12 File System(s): UDF (1.02) (Bootable)
I 19:22:12 Volume Label: Windows 7 Home x64SP1_X17-59186
I 19:22:12 Size: 3,337,339,331 bytes
I 19:22:12 Sectors: 1,629,943
I 19:22:12 Image Size: 6,662,258,688 bytes
I 19:22:12 Image Sectors: 3,253,056
I 19:22:28 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:00:23
I 19:24:15 Operation Started!
I 19:24:15 Building Image Tree...
I 19:24:17 Checking Directory Depth...
I 19:24:17 Calculating Totals...
I 19:24:17 Preparing Image...
I 19:24:18 Checking Path Length...
I 19:24:18 Contents: 878 Files, 199 Folders
I 19:24:18 Content Type: Operating System Installation
I 19:24:18 Data Type: MODE1/2048
I 19:24:18 File System(s): UDF (1.02) (Bootable)
I 19:24:18 Volume Label: Windows 7 Home x64SP1_X17-59186
I 19:24:18 Size: 3,337,339,331 bytes
I 19:24:18 Sectors: 1,629,943
I 19:24:18 Image Size: 6,662,258,688 bytes
I 19:24:18 Image Sectors: 3,253,056
I 19:24:20 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:00:04
W 19:24:24 User accepted disc space warning and is attempting to overburn!
I 19:24:24 Operation Started!
I 19:24:24 Source File: -==/\/[BUILD IMAGE]\/\==-
I 19:24:24 Source File Sectors: 3,253,056 (MODE1/2048)
I 19:24:24 Source File Size: 6,662,258,688 bytes
I 19:24:24 Source File Volume Identifier: Windows 7 Home x64SP1_X17-59186
I 19:24:24 Source File Volume Set Identifier: 47529B070031A338
I 19:24:24 Source File Application Identifier: IMGBURN V2.5.8.0 - THE ULTIMATE IMAGE BURNER!
I 19:24:24 Source File Implementation Identifier: ImgBurn
I 19:24:24 Source File File System(s): ISO9660 (Bootable), UDF (1.02)
I 19:24:24 Destination Device: [0:0:0] HL-DT-ST DVD-RAM GHA2N KUA1 (G:) (SATA)
I 19:24:24 Destination Media Type: DVD-R (Disc ID: CMC MAG. AM3)
I 19:24:24 Destination Media Supported Write Speeds: 6x, 8x, 16x
I 19:24:24 Destination Media Sectors: 2,298,496
I 19:24:24 Write Mode: DVD
I 19:24:24 Write Type: DAO
I 19:24:24 Write Speed: 4x
I 19:24:24 Link Size: Auto
I 19:24:24 Lock Volume: Yes
I 19:24:24 Test Mode: No
I 19:24:24 OPC: No
I 19:24:24 BURN-Proof: Enabled
W 19:24:24 Write Speed Miscompare! - Wanted: 5,540 KB/s (4x), Got: 8,310 KB/s (6x)
W 19:24:24 The drive only supports writing these discs at 6x, 8x, 16x.
E 19:24:44 Failed to Reserve Track! - Reason: Invalid Field in CDB
E 19:24:46 Operation Failed! - Duration: 00:00:21
I 19:24:46 Average Write Rate: N/A - Maximum Write Rate: N/A
I 19:25:03 Operation Started!
I 19:25:03 Building Image Tree...
I 19:25:04 Checking Directory Depth...
I 19:25:04 Calculating Totals...
I 19:25:04 Preparing Image...
I 19:25:05 Checking Path Length...
I 19:25:05 Contents: 878 Files, 199 Folders
I 19:25:05 Content Type: Operating System Installation
I 19:25:05 Data Type: MODE1/2048
I 19:25:05 File System(s): UDF (1.02) (Bootable)
I 19:25:05 Volume Label: Windows 7 Home x64SP1_X17-59186
I 19:25:05 Size: 3,337,339,331 bytes
I 19:25:05 Sectors: 1,629,943
I 19:25:05 Image Size: 6,662,258,688 bytes
I 19:25:05 Image Sectors: 3,253,056
I 19:25:15 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:00:12
W 19:25:26 User accepted disc space warning and is attempting to overburn!
I 19:25:26 Operation Started!
I 19:25:26 Source File: -==/\/[BUILD IMAGE]\/\==-
I 19:25:26 Source File Sectors: 3,253,056 (MODE1/2048)
I 19:25:26 Source File Size: 6,662,258,688 bytes
I 19:25:26 Source File Volume Identifier: Windows 7 Home x64SP1_X17-59186
I 19:25:26 Source File Volume Set Identifier: 47529B210031A338
I 19:25:26 Source File Application Identifier: IMGBURN V2.5.8.0 - THE ULTIMATE IMAGE BURNER!
I 19:25:26 Source File Implementation Identifier: ImgBurn
I 19:25:26 Source File File System(s): ISO9660 (Bootable), UDF (1.02)
I 19:25:26 Destination Device: [0:0:0] HL-DT-ST DVD-RAM GHA2N KUA1 (G:) (SATA)
I 19:25:26 Destination Media Type: DVD-R (Disc ID: CMC MAG. AM3)
I 19:25:26 Destination Media Supported Write Speeds: 6x, 8x, 16x
I 19:25:26 Destination Media Sectors: 2,298,496
I 19:25:26 Write Mode: DVD
I 19:25:26 Write Type: DAO
I 19:25:26 Write Speed: 6x
I 19:25:26 Link Size: Auto
I 19:25:26 Lock Volume: Yes
I 19:25:26 Test Mode: No
I 19:25:26 OPC: No
I 19:25:26 BURN-Proof: Enabled
I 19:25:26 Write Speed Successfully Set! - Effective: 8,310 KB/s (6x)
E 19:25:37 Failed to Reserve Track! - Reason: Invalid Field in CDB
E 19:25:42 Operation Failed! - Duration: 00:00:16
I 19:25:42 Average Write Rate: N/A - Maximum Write Rate: N/A

Does anyone have any idea what I should change?

 

Thank you,

 

Docfxit

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Yeah, you chose to Overburn.  I've never seen an overburn to DVD that worked in my experience.  Try a DVD+R DL.  Also, don't use CMC MAG media.  They're junk.  I'd also not recommend Sony.  Sony has made 95% junk since 2002.  And if you're going to use DVD+R DL, Verbatim DataLife Plus MKM is the only way to go.  You will only find CMC MAG Verbatim DVD+R DL in brick and mortar stores.  You'll have to get them online.

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The files I am trying to burn to a DVD is Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit which should fit on a regular 4.7gb DVD.  When I use the calculator it said the files took up 78%. The folder that includes all the files I am trying to write to the DVD is 3,337,339.331 bytes.

 

Maybe I'm selecting something incorrectly.  I'm using the build mode.

 

Any ideas?

 

Thank you,

 

Docfxit

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I think I figured it out.

 

I'd like to make this DVD bootable.  I think I selected the wrong bootimg.  I just created a bootimg from another DVD.  I'm testing it now.

 

Thanks,

 

Docfxit

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I'm not entirely sure why you're using Build mode.  Are you just trying to make a copy of the Windows 7 install DVD?  What exactly are you building?  What Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit files are you adding?

 

 

What is the source of this bootimg you're using?  Is it an external file?  You maybe are adding too large a bootimg that is taking up the remaining 22%? 

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I started with a Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit DVD.  I copied the files to my hard drive.  I change one file to make it Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit.

 

By creating a new bootimg from a DVD it solved the problem.  I just finished creating the DVD successfully.

 

Thank you,

 

Docfxit

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I don't understand why you didn't just use Read mode if you were trying to make a copy of the Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit DVD.

 

 

Plus, I fail to see how changing one file will make the installer from Windows Ultimate 32 bit to Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit.  There's vast differences between the 32 bit and 64 bit installers of Windows.  And I don't know why you'd want to mix 32 bit and 64 bit files.

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Yes, it is possible, but you have to stick with what you have x86 > x86, x64 > x64

 

You can't change x86 to x64 and viceversa or whatever you trying to do.

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