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  1. This is not something ImgBurn can help you with.... but those other CUE tools you mentioned might work?

    You don't need to split the actual WAV file, if the CUE has tracks defined in it, they'll reference different parts of the file and your disc will come out with multiple tracks rather than just 1.

    CUE files are actually quite basic, you can edit them in notepad and insert tracks based on rough timings as you fast forward through the file in media player or whatever.

  2. Next time you burn, press the F8 key before the point where it cycles the tray. That'll enable I/O debug mode (confirm it via the Log window) and more will be added to the log.

    Once it's stuck, save the log and upload it here on the forum please.

  3. The program detects it's a BD Video based on the presence of the BDMV folder.

    So.... where's your BDMV folder?

    Ah, hang on... you mention opening ImgBurn to burn the ISO in your initial post.

    If you have an ISO, you should be using Write mode to burn it, not Build mode.

  4. There's no way of doing it in ImgBurn though, no.

    Depending on how complex the CUE is and the changes you want to make, you might just be able to edit it in notepad.


  5. How many discs have failed like this?

    Have you tried burning at 4x instead of 3x? (note: 2.4x isn't supported by your drive, so it used 3x instead)

    Assuming your discs are ok, that means your drive probably need cleaning or replacing. It shouldn't be having a problem burning (real Verbatim) MKM-003-00 discs. They're the best DL media available.

  6. The other 6 mirrors host files without installcore... or at least were originally given a version without it.

    Opting to save or run makes no difference.

  7. The GUI will always show the speed you've selected, even if the drive will have ignored the request to use that speed.

    You've omitted the last couple of log entries where it would have showed the actual speeds your system/drive burnt at.

    It's not the program which forces one of the other speeds, the drive does. I cannot override the speeds it's designed to work at.

  8. "Invalid field in CDB" is common after a retry of some sort - but then I'd expect to see a 'write error' before it and you don't appear to have one of those.

    I wonder if you're somehow missing out on the real error code. Perhaps a driver in the chain is swallowing it up and so it isn't reaching ImgBurn.

    Do you have anything in your filter driver list? You can view it (and copy+paste it) via the feature on the Tools menu.

  9. The physical eject button/tray lock is a command you send to the drive, it has nothing to do with the locking abilities of the I/O interfaces.

    Both interfaces are, unless buggy, perfectly capable of gaining exclusive access to the drive and preventing other apps from trying to use them at the same time.

    Apart from when I'm testing a different interface for something specific, I'm always on SPTI.

    ElbyCDIO is great for XP and avoiding the need for admin rights, but XP also went EOL a long time ago.


  10. ImgBurn burns (or puts into an ISO) exactly what you give it. Don't forget, an ISO is just like a box you put things into. It doesn't change what you put in it.

    ImgBurn doesn't retain or not retain a menu, because it doesn't know anything about menus. The menu is part of the BD Video specification and structure. If that's already in place within the files/folders you feed into ImgBurn, they should work just fine. If they aren't working, it's an issue outside of ImgBurn.


  11. Does the new ISO come out to the same size as the original one?

    It's coming out to around 700Mb... marginally bigger than you could fit on a CD.

    Are you actually burning the ISO to disc and playing in a standalone player or just playing it via the virtual drive in your computer?

    If on the computer, what software are you using for that purpose?



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