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  3. I found a previous topic labeled "Auto Eject after Read Errors" and it is exactly the issue I have as well. The solution was to try and check the Auto Abort on errors. I have had that already selected and am looking to see if there is something else I am missing. I have a Nimbie and everything works perfect up until I get an I/O disk error and then it stops and asks me to Retry, Cancel and Stop (maybe, I don't remember exactly). I am looking for the system to abort on I/O errors. Any suggestions are appreciated. PS I have the Auto Loader Selected along with Acornova and the box for Auto Abort checked.
  4. Well, you're not using cheap discs, which was my initial diagnosis, so where do we go from here? Looks like you're trying to burn a PS2 game disc image. Did you make this image or download it? If you didn't make this image from a source disc, the image file could be corrupt. Other than that, it could be a conflict between your Optiarc drive and the MCC DVD-R. Just because MCC DVD-R is the best you can get doesn't mean your drive will necessarily like them. You could try and see if there's firmware update for your Optiarc drive that addresses this incompatibility issue. In Write mode, right click on the burner drive letter and choose the check for firmware update option at the bottom of the context menu that appears. If there's not a firmware update, try getting a cheap external USB drive and see if that burns any better. The last thing to try is try using something other than Verbatim DataLife Plus/AZO MCC DVD-R. Try high quality Taiyo Yuden DVD-R (Not the cheaper stuff.). That my help.
  5. When I try to burn my DVD-R an error comes saying Synchronise Cache Failed! - Reason: No Seek Complete.Is there anything I can do for it? I 21:03:24 Operation Started! I 21:03:24 Source File: C:\Users\OneDrive\All PS2 Slims - English language.iso I 21:03:24 Source File Sectors: 667 (MODE1/2048) I 21:03:24 Source File Size: 1.366.016 bytes I 21:03:24 Source File Volume Identifier: CDROM I 21:03:24 Source File Volume Set Identifier: 5EFDB845000C86F8 I 21:03:24 Source File Application Identifier: MKISOFS ISO9660/HFS/UDF FILESYSTEM BUILDER & CDRECORD CD/DVD/BluRay CREATOR (C) 1993 E.YOUNGDALE (C) 1997 J.PEARSON/J.SCHILLING I 21:03:24 Source File Implementation Identifier: mkisofs I 21:03:24 Source File File System(s): ISO9660; UDF (1.02) I 21:03:24 Destination Device: [0:0:0] Optiarc DVD RW AD-7700H 1.V0 (D:) (SATA) I 21:03:24 Destination Media Type: DVD-R (Disc ID: MCC 03RG20) I 21:03:24 Destination Media Supported Write Speeds: 2x; 4x; 6x; 8x I 21:03:24 Destination Media Sectors: 2.298.496 I 21:03:24 Write Mode: DVD I 21:03:24 Write Type: DAO I 21:03:24 Write Speed: 2x I 21:03:24 Link Size: Auto I 21:03:24 Lock Volume: Yes I 21:03:24 Test Mode: No I 21:03:24 OPC: No I 21:03:24 BURN-Proof: Enabled I 21:03:24 Write Speed Successfully Set! - Effective: 2.770 KB/s (2x) I 21:03:24 Filling Buffer... (80 MiB) I 21:03:24 Writing LeadIn... W 21:04:18 Failed to Write Sectors 0 - 31 - Reason: Power Calibration Area Error W 21:04:18 Retrying (1 of 20)... W 21:05:06 Retry Failed - Reason: Power Calibration Area Error W 21:05:07 Retrying (2 of 20)... W 21:05:55 Retry Failed - Reason: Power Calibration Area Error W 21:05:55 Retrying (3 of 20)... W 21:06:43 Retry Failed - Reason: Power Calibration Area Error W 21:06:43 Retrying (4 of 20)... W 21:07:32 Retry Failed - Reason: Power Calibration Area Error W 21:07:32 Retrying (5 of 20)... W 21:08:20 Retry Failed - Reason: Power Calibration Area Error W 21:08:20 Retrying (6 of 20)... W 21:09:11 Retry Failed - Reason: Power Calibration Area Error W 21:09:11 Retrying (7 of 20)... I 21:09:38 Writing LeadIn... I 21:09:42 Writing Session 1 of 1... (1 Track, LBA: 0 - 666) I 21:09:42 Writing Track 1 of 1... (MODE1/2048, LBA: 0 - 666) I 21:09:42 Synchronising Cache... W 21:10:19 Potential 'WaitImmediateIO' Deferred Error - (99%, 0/3) - No Seek Complete W 21:10:19 Synchronise Cache Failed! - Reason: No Seek Complete W 21:10:19 Retrying (1 of 3)... I 21:10:20 Exporting Graph Data... I 21:10:20 Graph Data File: C:\Users\stefa\AppData\Roaming\ImgBurn\Graph Data Files\Optiarc_DVD_RW_AD-7700H_1.V0_ΠΈΜΠΤΗ-15-ΟΚΤΏΒΡΙΟς-2020_9-03_μμ_MCC_03RG20_2x.ibg I 21:10:20 Export Successfully Completed! I 21:10:20 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:06:56 I 21:10:20 Average Write Rate: N/A - Maximum Write Rate: N/A
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  7. GreenShield1908

    Error When I try to burn a DVD-R

    When I try to burn a DVD-R an error comes after 20 write retries saying that: I/O DEvice: [0:0:0] Optiarc DVD RW AD-7700H 1,VO [D:] [SATA] ScsiStatus: 0x02 Interpretation: Check Condition CDB: 2A 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 20 00 Interpretation: Write (10)- Sectors: 0-31 Sense Area: F) 70 00 05 00 00 00 0A 0A 00 00 00 73 03 00 00 00 00 SK Interpretation: Medium Error ASC/ASCQ Interpretation: Power Calibration Area Error Is there anything I can do for it?
  8. It may take some implementation, but something I'd like to see added to ImgBurn is the ability to view the contents of an image loaded for Write in ImgBurn. I realize you can mount images as virtual drives to do this, but that's an extra step outside of ImgBurn. And, I know if it's an ISO, you can natively navigate those in Windows to view the contents. But, things like split images made by ImgBurn require generating .DVD files for certain applications. And I know certain applications like UltraISO can load images for viewing the contents, but that's, again, extra steps outside of ImgBurn that could be saved. Thanks!
  9. dbminter

    Use DVD to burn a playable CD?

    Since just under 47 minutes is the longest side you have, in the worst case scenario, you could put Side 1 on one CD and Side 2 on another disc. I had a book that had been read to MP3's for blind people that I made a book on CD out of. Due to the length of some of the chapters being long, I could only fit 1 chapter onto some of the CD's. The chapters were under 50 minutes, but just long enough that I could only fit 1 chapter per disc on in some occasions. I ended up with 7 CD's in that case. I've been meaning to dig out those discs and convert them into one of my DVD Video books on CD DVD's. Compress my collection down a bit by 7 audio CD's to 1 DVD Video.
  10. Nomad

    Use DVD to burn a playable CD?

    They are all 2 sides - A and B. All 5 tapes are recorded on both sides. The longest side is 46'23" long [after editing] but it has over 40 minutes on the other side. I think you can still get the 99/100 minute CDs but they come from China and there is no information on the quality. I'm talking to the owner of the tapes tomorrow and hopefully he can take MP3 or WMA format as I'm doing this as a favour.
  11. dbminter

    Use DVD to burn a playable CD?

    Yes, they used to make 90 minute CD-R's, but they weren't widely supported. And I don't think they're made anymore. When you say one of the tapes is 90 minutes long, do you mean one SIDE is 90 minutes long or both sides together make for a 90 minute tape? If it's the latter, you could just make 2 CD's for that one tape, Side 1 on one CD and Side 2 on another. I don't know of any tape format that allowed for 90 minutes on one side. As I said before, 1 hour sides on a 2 hour tape was the largest running time format I am aware of that they manufactured.
  12. Nomad

    Use DVD to burn a playable CD?

    There are CDs available that can take 99/100 minutes but are not readily available and from what I read, they were not reliable.
  13. Nomad

    Use DVD to burn a playable CD?

    Ditto the first step. I bought a small device and transferred the tapes to MP3 on a micro card. However there were 5 tapes and 2 of them are 90 & 80 minutes long after I tidied them . All use both sides of the tapes. The CDs will only do about an hour so that would make 7 CDs which could be a solution and less work but I'll have a look and see if I can make logical breaks and put it on 6 CDs. I need to make a couple of copies so I'll ask if they specifically want the CDs to play on a player of can take MP3 or WMA format.
  14. dbminter

    Use DVD to burn a playable CD?

    What I did with my audio tape collection was I bought a device that converts audio tape to MP3's on a flash drive. I then converted those MP3's to DVD Video. But, what you could do is convert your tapes to MP3 and do like you say. However, I have to wonder what type of tapes you are actually talking about. The longest running type of audio tape I have ever known to be manufactured was the 2 hour variety, an hour of recording time on each side. Since a CD runs over an hour of recording time, I don't see why you can't convert each side of a tape to its own CD.
  15. Nomad

    Use DVD to burn a playable CD?

    Thanks dbminter. They're audio tapes so it looks like I will have to join them and then split them into 6 CDs so that they can play on a normal CD player.
  16. dbminter

    Use DVD to burn a playable CD?

    The short answer is no. "Normal" CD player implies a standalone CD player. Those only play CD's because when they were made, there were no such things as DVD's. Now, some DVD players, particularly modern ones, play CD's as a bonus to get you to buy them over others that don't. If your DVD player supports reading container files like MP3 from discs, what you could do is burn a bunch of MP3's made from a CD to the DVD. The long answer: I have a way of copying CD's to DVD's that play as DVD Video, but it requires software that isn't free and a little bit of know how. Plus, this method is not ideal for music CD's. It's best for books on CD, etc. that have more than 1 disc, where you can put an entire book on 1 DVD-9. Or a CD boxed set of an audio play like the Doctor Who ones Big Finish releases.
  17. I have tape cassette files that I want to transfer to CDs and to play in normal CD players. A couple of the tapes are too long for normal CDs and I don't want to split them. Can I record them as long CDs on a DVD and will that be acceptable to play on a normal CD Player?
  18. Ch3vr0n

    Convert WIM to ISO

    It doesn't. I don't know where you read that, but imgburn only burns what you feed it. It doesn't convert anything. Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
  19. Skeptical

    Convert WIM to ISO

    I downloaded this program because I saw a page claiming that it will convert a WIM file to ISO. However, I can't see any way to do that, and a search here for WIM comes up empty. Is the software capable of this? If so, how?
  20. jessjess222

    Am i the only one here :/

    Alright
  21. dbminter

    Am i the only one here :/

    Yeah, this forum isn't dead. It's not jumping and jiving, but it's not dead. Every few days, someone posts some request for help. Even the occasional spam.
  22. jessjess222

    Am i the only one here :/

    ok. thank god this community isn't dead now that you responded to me. I'm happy now. thank you
  23. LIGHTNING UK!

    Am i the only one here :/

    Don't be sad, be happy.
  24. If your drive works, it works. Ideally, you'd be able to get proper passthrough of all I/O working (if that's even possible), so ImgBurn can see it as the LG drive that it is. You'll soon find out how reliable it is by reading and writing a few 'cheap' 25GB discs. Don't jump straight to the 100GB MDisc ones. ImgBurn marks the UDF file system as readonly and always closes discs when it burns, so you can't add anything to them. UDF 2.5 or 2.6, it doesn't really matter. DVD and BD are always Mode 1. Only CD can be Mode 2. DVD and BD are always SAO/DAO. Only CD can be TAO.
  25. That’s a very old drive... same internals as the lite-on 812S. I doubt it has firmware support for mkm-003-00 does it?! Are any supported write speeds listed in the box on the right when in Write mode with a blank disc in the drive?
  26. You say this has never happened before, but have you always used these MKM discs? Those are the quality Verbatim discs, so you're not using junk discs. If you've had no problem with these discs before and you've burned a good deal of them, then you probably need to replace your drive. If this is your first time trying to burn these MKM discs, it may be your drive doesn't like them. Try updating the firmware if there is one.
  27. Hi, I´m having this recurrent error when trying to burn a ISO to a 8x DVD+R DL, this never happened before. Could please someone help me solving this error? thanks in advance AJALG
  28. jessjess222

    Am i the only one here :/

    im sad. pls bring back the good memories of this amazing app :( i cant stop thinking about it. please someone talk to me talk to me
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