Stick with UDF 1.02. There's no real benefit to 2.01.
Does SP3 really slow it down that much?! Have you actually tested it or just going on hearsay? What's the typical spec of these 'slow' machines?
i`ll switch on UDF 1.02 and test some more with UDF
Yes, SP3 really slows them down, i say it from personal experience but we are talking about something like Celeron 2.00 Ghz, from 256MB up to 1 GB RAM, on higher configs i try to have SP3 as default.
Sorry, there's no real-time logging option, no.
any chances i can find the current IMGBurn Process log in a temp directory or something if so can i have its location pls
Edit: got it... unfortunately writes only on exit
You missed the point with DVD+RW, they don't need to be erased. They support direct overwrite (we're not talking about overwriting files, but overwriting sectors on the disc) so you just write the new image over the top of whatever was on there before. The new one replaces the old one in its entirety.
Using discs with a dye that's better supported by the firmware (and just higher quality in general) will lead to less problems burning and less failures like the one you posted above.
Indeed a good info, never thinked about it this way anyway looks like the new bunch of RW`s i got now are some LG+RW, i`ll keep an eye on this ones and see how it goes
Maybe the burning script has problems?
Start "Scrie_ISO" /wait /min "C:\Program Files\ImgBurn\ImgBurn.exe" /MODE WRITE /SRC "D:\Iso\arhiva.iso" /DEST 1:0:0 /COPIES 1 /SPEED 1x /ERASE /VERIFY NO /DELETEIMAGE YES /START /CLOSE /WAITFORMEDIA /LOG "D:\Iso\scriere.log" /EJECT YES
New one (did some adjustments on log write method and speed):
Start "Scrie_ISO" /wait /min "C:\Program Files\ImgBurn\ImgBurn.exe" /MODE WRITE /SRC "c:\Iso\arhiva.iso" /DEST 1:0:0 /COPIES 1 /SPEED MAX /IGNORELOCKVOLUME /ERASE /VERIFY NO /DELETEIMAGE YES /START /CLOSE /WAITFORMEDIA /LOGAPPEND /LOG "c:\Iso\scriere.log" /EJECT YES
Edited by playmax, 06 September 2011 - 09:50 AM.