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    More recent files

    Will 8 do you?! (Cus that's what I've allowed for)
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    Apple MACOSX .DMG format?

    Yeah they do but it's probably down to the cdrom to read them at that size. I kinda assumed going DMG to ISO would put 512 in 2048 but that's not the case. The ISOs you gave me still have data in the exact same places... ie. 4 x 512 bytes in a 'normal' 2048 byte sector. It looks to me as if the OS itself must handle sector sizes and decompressing the files on the fly (unless Macs use weird drives that support reading 512 byte sectors). Is there no virtual drive type tool you can use to mount these DMG files? Maybe this could show us if the generic cd/dvd rom driver can understand what's in the image - compressed or uncompressed. I don't think I've got much chance of uncompressing the image, and I did say I'd only think about adding support for 'Basic' images
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    Apple MACOSX .DMG format?

    Hmm there's hardly any difference between the two! (DMG and ISO I mean) You can't do it in ImgBurn at the moment, but have you tried burning the DMG file in Nero without any sort of conversion? (Maybe just a simple rename to *.ISO) When it asks you for the foreign file format, just select MODE 1, 2048.
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    Closing Session -- FOREVER!

    When it does that, press the F8 key and then post some of the log. It'll tell you (or me) what the drive thinks it is doing. There must be some problem with finishing the disc off - and they're internal drive routines, not anything I can really help with.
  5. You're very lucky then! No question about it, they're the worst DL discs going.
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    DL with ImgBurn - converting Video_TS to ISO

    I would say pgcedit.
  7. Sony 710 firmware: http://forum.rpc1.org/dl_firmware.php?download_id=1917 Sony 800 firmware: http://forum.rpc1.org/dl_firmware.php?download_id=2074 You're way behind on both.
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    New to ImgBurn - just a couple of questions.

    Just as in DVD Decrypter, ImgBurn's default settings are/work best. Leave them as they are. FYI: 1. SAO and DAO are the same thing. DAO is the correct term for when talking about DVDs though. 2. This is how DVD Decrypter talks to your drives. The common method is to open them using the path '\\.\CdRomX' - where X is some number. That's the 'Cdrom' class. The alternative is via their drive letter using the path '\\.\X:\' where X is the drive letter. That was mainly added for linux users who use the program via Wine. Any DL burning issues people are having with ImgBurn are exactly what they'd get from any program. They use crap media with crap firmware. The best they can expect from that combo is crap burns! No software can change that. Yes of course it's better to use ImgBurn. You can see the list of changes from the changelog. Of course every version has new features and improvements over the last one.... pulling it further ahead of what it was in the good old days of DVD Decrypter.
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    on-the-fly file burning?

    I hope to add this one day.
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    Apple MACOSX .DMG format?

    No luck with that but I have found something else. Any chance you could convert those 2 files to their ISO equivalents using the hdiutil program and then post them up too? I can read the parition map ok now and locate the start of the disc image partition, next I need to know exactly what has to go into the resulting ISO file - and hence burnt to disc! If you just burn the entire thing, that's pretty simple! The DMG's you've sent me are just ISO images but have a sector size of 512 instead of 2048. So I just have to expand 512 -> 2048 (I think )
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    Dual layer bug

    No problem. I did go over all the code to do with that stuff but couldn't find anything that was obviously at fault. Please do let me know if it happens again (not that I would expect it to!)
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    Dual layer bug

    already running? That's the error message? I don't have such an error message coded within my program. It could be an API call's error but I'd need to know the real error before I comment on that. So basically, before I can help / fix things I need lots more details off you please. A copy of the log would be nice. Screenshot maybe?
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    Apple MACOSX .DMG format?

    Sorry, I looked at the files you posted and that dmg util doesnt work with them. If only I had the code to Apples hdiutil program!
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    Apple MACOSX .DMG format?

    Ok, maybe basic ones.... but no promises
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    DL Sacrificial Virgin Jilted At The Altar

    Update your drives firmware. It's on 2.1A now I believe. http://support.necsam.com/optical/downloads/flashfirmware/
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    Am I a bad person?

    lol, mine was a reply to the - 'Is this very wrong?' bit, not 'Am I a bad person'
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    Am I a bad person?

    No, just totally pointless!
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    Ability to unoad image

    Works ok in 2003 (SP1).. I assume XP (SP2) would be the same. That's enough for me I will double check that via VMWare though and if it doesn't work, I'll have to resort to manually setting it back.
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    Ability to unoad image

    Fixed, tried and tested. I also added the 'All' / 'None' buttons for you in the File Association box
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    Ability to unoad image

    Ok, seems it is a current dir thing and the the getopenfilename box takes it upon itself to change it! As I flick through the folders, I can see the folder handles being created / destroyed within Process Explorer for ImgBurn.exe If I cancel, it goes back to the default - i.e. where ImgBurn.exe lives. If I click Ok, it stays on that last folder. OFN_NOCHANGEDIR as one of the flags will fix that. Should have looked into this ages ago... it's annoyed me for years!
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    Ability to unoad image

    Like I kinda said before, it's not my code that's keeping the handle open to the folder. It's part of the 'GetOpenFileName' API call. You would expect the handle to be closed when the box is closed, but it's not. Unless the 'File' entry I'm looking at within Sysinternal's Process Explorer is just a result of the GetOpenFileName box changing the programs current directory, I don't think there is anything I can do (and no I'm not going to 'hack' around with things!) If you drag and drop a file into the 'Source' group box, you'll see that you don't have the same problem with not being able to delete the folder that the image lives in. It only happens when you use the 'Open File' box. Programmatically, the 'browse for file' part just runs a tiny function to initiate the open file box (no file / folder opening at all). Once it's got the name, it runs the same code as the D&D part to actually initialise the image file and get the info about it etc.
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    Ability to unoad image

    I don't think it's the file that's locked, it's the folder. Explorer's 'Open file' box just does that, I can't help it! If it IS the file, that's my problem and I'll fix it.
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    Overburning support for DVD-R/+R

    Replied at cdfreaks.
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    SATA support?

    I always recommend people stick to the default settings. They're the ones I use all the time and so undergo the most testing. SPTI allows for other clever things too that aren't as easy/possible at all under ASPI. The Elby and VSO drivers are quite similar though.
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    Apple MACOSX .DMG format?

    By the looks of things, the DMG format is a compressed image containing multiple partitions etc. To be honest, that's too much of a pain in the butt to get around on-the-fly (at the moment at least).
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