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ImgBurn not opening on Windows 10

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#1 Fallonite


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Posted 06 July 2018 - 05:42 PM



I have been using Imgburn on Windows 10 for a few years now and have had zero complaints. However, now ImgBurn does not launch whatsoever. No window, no error, no flash on my screen, no anything. The only hint I have is that in Task Manager, if I click on the icon, I get a task that pops up titled Imgburn and then it instantly goes away.


I have never had this issue and have not made any major changes to my computer. Whats going on here?

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Posted 06 July 2018 - 06:36 PM

Could be your antivirus or any security software that is installed in your system?

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Posted 06 July 2018 - 09:01 PM

After checking to see if your AV/firewall/security software isn't preventing it from running (Although why it would suddenly stop allowing it would be down to an update in the AV definitions.) I'd simply try uninstalling and reinstalling ImgBurn.  If you can't get it to run, what have you got to lose at this point by doing that?

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