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  2. muchneedinghelp

    Disc help

    Alright thank you, thats exactly what I was looking for. Thank you.
  3. dbminter

    Disc help

    Yeah, what you're looking for is to avoid CMC. What you want (In most cases. Not all drives work the same way, like the WH16NS60 BD burner.) is Verbatim DataLife Plus discs. Or, as LUK said, ones listed as AZO. DON'T get the Life Series Verbatim you find in stores; those are CMC. The DataLife Plus/AZO discs are only found in online stores like Amazon.com.
  4. LIGHTNING UK!

    Disc help

    You're probably talking about the disc id (MID) and that you should avoid those made by CMC. Buy some proper Verbatim discs (not the value line ones) - look for the term 'Azo' on them... I think they're the good ones. I have a million discs left over from back when I was developing ImgBurn full time, and as such, I haven't purchased any for a long time now - so please forgive me if the product branding has changed. Back then, anything with a disc ID starting with the letters MCC, MKM, TYG or YUDEN were considered 'decent'.
  5. muchneedinghelp

    Disc help

    Looking to burn Gamecube ROMs for mt modded Wii. Someone here once told me I needed to get special discs that didn't have cvc or cmc or something like that. Im just wondering what brand of discs people use to burn their Gamecube games. Or where you possibly get them from of it can be done online. I'm looking to use regular sized discs, not small ones.
  6. Last week
  7. AWKJ

    ImgBurn v2.5.8.0 Released!

    You think you are smart with your remark...frankly I didn't expect anyone's response, anyone with slightest commonsense and with just a bit of brain would figure that I made rhetorical comment. You've got a lot to learn I presume you not the sharpest knife in the drawer Good day
  8. Ch3vr0n

    ImgBurn v2.5.8.0 Released!

    This isn't a fake website with a fake product. Nobody's forcing you to come (back) here or use it or the website. Feel free to leave, don't let the door hit you on the way out. Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
  9. Ah, you're right. It was .DVD files I was thinking of.
  10. The .MDS is not a simple text document The .CUE / .DVD files are simple text documents.
  11. Here's the technical reason. I think if you set the option to do so, MDS files are created with exact directory names pointing to the file names. So, unless those parts are copied into the same directory structure with the same names as in that kind of MDS, the MDS file won't work. However, I think the default is MDS files are created with just file names, so the MDS file will look in the same directory that the MDS file is located in. Another workaround for that case is to edit the MDS file, which is just a simple text document, to remove the directory structure names from the file names.
  12. Thank you . better to create new working MDS from the parts.
  13. Splitting DVD-9's onto 2 DVD-5' was something I used to do back before they made DVD-9 recordable discs. I'd take a DVD-9 and image it, with file splitting at the 1 GB mark, and then copy the first 4 parts to one DVD-5 and the remaining parts to the 2nd. So, your idea to split into parts and e-mailing them is feasible. The recipient can then collect all the parts and MDS into one folder. For somewhat technical reasons, the MDS may not work when sent to him. If it doesn't, he can always use ImgBurn on his end and create a new working MDS from the parts.
  14. Thanks . That was what I was asking about. So theoretically I can say split the original disc into say 10 sub files + MDs, send it to a friend in several emails as attachments and he can then copy them into one folder and can create the original large ISO using the MDS. Yes I am the same person.
  15. I think the OP might be someone who was asking previously about how to image a disc into multiple ISO files for splitting. And I think, maybe, they think the File Splitting option would do that for them. Something about a flight simulator disc, I think, if it's the same person.
  16. You could write each section of the ISO to a disc if you treat it as a file and not a disc image - i.e. you use Build mode. You can than take both of those discs elsewhere, copy the file off each disc into a folder on your computer and then use the MDS to combine both parts and burn to a double layer disc using Write mode.
  17. No, because there's no need. XX.100 and XX.101 are NOT ISO's. They are two parts of the SAME ISO. You don't need to recombine them because the MDS file will combine the two parts into the one ISO you created when you burn the MDS file.
  18. Are you saying that I really can't burn each of the ISO on separate DVD's ,then recombine them later to make the original single large ISO ?
  19. Those aren't two ISO's you created. When you use the split files function, you've created a string of separate files for one image. It's still a single disc. But, in order to burn the single disc, load the .MDS file in the Write function. There's no way to burn each individual part. And, even if you could, you would not get a viable disc in the end.
  20. I used Imageburn to create two ISOs from a DVD disc when I used the split function at 4GB The output is two ISOs : XX.100 , XX.101 and XX.MDS 1)How to burn the ISOs to DVDs ? Do I just load the XX.MDS and Imageburn will automatically burn the first DVD followed by the request to insert the 2nd DVD? 2) How to recombine the 2 dvd's with image burn? TKs
  21. batistru

    ImgBurn equivalent on mac

    [Update]: Tried the following tools: https://www.roxio.com/en/products/toast/ https://www.nch.com.au/burn/index.html https://www.uubyte.com/iso-editor.html http://discoapp.com/ but only uubyte iso editor works for bootable dvd. Hope this helps for other users who want to do this.
  22. dbminter

    TSSTcorp CDDVD SH-S202J SB03 won't read disc

    Well, as you can see from my last reply, the 24th of July, how long it took, but I got those Chinese people to SAY they sent me the proper thing this time. They said they looked it up and they did send me the wrong item. Got a new tracking number with a different shipper, but I still bet it takes 2 months like before. And, if they send me disposable GLOVES this time I'm requesting a refund and if I don't get it, I'm disputing the charge. If Paypal won't dispute it because too much time has passed, I'll take it up with my credit card themselves. I've been more than fair in trying to get the company to resolve this issue, but my patience only goes so far.
  23. AWKJ

    ImgBurn v2.5.8.0 Released!

    There is no way org. LIGHTNIG UK would let go this far, no freaking way. Even simple bugs as mismatch of windows ID in the log, let alone log and main ImgBurn window separation and he, LIGHTNING UK whomever that is, has no idea how to fix it or giving excuse of leaving thing on the back burner to sit?, you really had me going for a while and made me believe you were actually for real:) Phhh... You can say all you want, I still stand by my theory, this is fake website with someone else running it and I'm sure I'm not the only one who knows why people will do such thing. I really want it to donate big chunk of either $ or Euro and I mean 200-300 because I do care, but why, I’m still asking myself. Man, I’m DDD for even coming back here. You can please delete my account Gone
  24. dbminter

    Copy a DVD into two DVDs

    The short answer is, no, you don't. The easiest solution is to use a DVD DL. However, there is a way, but it's a bit complicated and it may not work as intended. For instance, if this flight simulator runs from the disc, you need all the files on one disc. If it's just an installer disc, you can split the contents up into two discs and when you need to install it, copy the contents from both discs to a temporary folder on an HDD, SDD, or flash drive. However, the installer might be expecting the contents on a disc as a copy protection method. If the software runs from the disc without needing to be installed, you can copy the contents of the discs(s) to HDD and run it from there. Anyway, what MIGHT work is to create 2 different ISO's where you've split the contents across ISO's. Some in one ISO and the rest in the 2nd. Then, burn each ISO onto separate DVD-5's. What you might want to invest in trying, though, is get a cheap flash drive with 6 to 8 GB on it and copy the contents to a flash drive instead of having 2 different optical discs.
  25. Sportflyer

    Copy a DVD into two DVDs

    I am trying to make a backup copy of a Flight Simulator DVD. After I made the ISO , I cant burn it because the size is 6Gb . How do I copy this DVD into 2 4.7GB DVD? Is there a split function somewhere that I can set ?
  26. u5soft

    Can't create bootable grub2 image

    Thanks for your reply. However neither with Platform ID 80x86 and the eltorito.img nor with UEFI and the efi.img I'm able to boot from the created image. I also tried checking and unchecking the "Patch Boot Information Table" - it won't boot. Any more information I could give you to pinpoint the culprit? Edit: I also tried the "Extract Boot Image" option with the virtual drive, created by mounting the image through Windows (10) Edit 2: If it makes any difference, I'm using Hyper-V for the VM, though I doubt, it does, since the original image works just fine. I believe Hyper-V uses EFI.
  27. LIGHTNING UK!

    Can't create bootable grub2 image

    eltorito.img is the legacy boot image. You need to leave the Platform ID on 80x86 to use that one. efi.img in the root folder is the UEFI one.
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