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Posted February 12
Posted February 11
Only 1 mirror (7) has something that the AV could flag. I've no idea what you're downloading from the other mirrors, but it isn't the actual ImgBurn download.
Posted January 31
You didn’t say anything about extra folders, just the volume label.
Enable the other option for BD Video on that same tab.
Posted January 30
“BD Video - Allow Unicode Volume Label” should do what you’re after. Windows limits the display of volume labels to 32 characters, so nothing we can do I’m afraid. If you want an image of the disc as the icon when you view it in explorer, you’ll need to create an appropriate autorun.inf file and configure it to point to an icon file that shows what you want it to show. Again, this is something outside of ImgBurn.
in ImgBurn Bugs
Posted January 25
To be honest, I don't even know where that 8.3 name is coming from.
Is Windows generating it or is it reading both file systems and that's coming from the ISO9660 one?
Maybe open the disc in ISOBuster, navigate to the correct path within the ISO9660 file system and see what it's called.
What settings have you selected within the ISO9660 restrictions tab? I'm guessing you've relaxed them to the max?
Posted January 21
In that case, please try and see what's written in the log window and the status bar (of the main window) of the one that's supposedly crashed. That info will help pinpoint what it was doing at the time.
Posted January 18
The program should tell you it has crashed and offer to send a log. Please do so.
Posted January 16
Nope, it always closes them.
Posted January 12
v126.96.36.199 doesn't have any way of getting around that prompt.
I have already added another command line parameter that can, but it'll only be available in the next release... whenever that might be.
Posted January 4
Something like lupasrename should work.
Posted January 3
Have you tried doing a full format on that discs? If you already have, you should give up with that and switch to different media. Your drive really doesn't like that one.
Posted December 20, 2019
Ok so the drive no longer recognise a blank one of those discs? You’ll have to try some other discs or get another drive. Cleaning the drive may help... but it also might not. Haha.
Post the log from ImgBurn and post the info Ch3vr0m mentioned from within ImgBurn's drive/disc info window on the right please. Just load the program, go into Write mode, put one of the (new) blank discs in and copy + paste everything from that window on the right.
not sure why or how you'd be picking ImgBurn for use on a Mac.... seeing as there isn't a Mac version. Unless you actually meant 'Machine' when you wrote 'Mac'?
This thread looks a lot like spam to me but I'll give you the benefit of the doubt for now.
Posted December 15, 2019
Where did you download it from? Which mirror site?
Posted December 12, 2019
Ok, so it's a pressed (silver) disc then, not a 'burnt' one?
It could be a form of copy protection, yes.
The name of the file the problem sector belongs to certainly has a random looking name, but maybe that's normal for that disc? You could just keep ignoring the error (click 'continue') and let it fill the bad sector with zeros.
Posted December 10, 2019
Do you have access to another computer / drive to try and read the disc in that instead?
Is it a disc you've burnt in the past? If so, how long ago?
What condition is the disc in? Make sure it's clean.
Posted December 5, 2019
On some OS's, yes. They changed the way it works a bit in the newer OS's though and so an updated version of ImgBurn would be required for those.
It's purely cosmetic though, so don't worry about it too much.
Posted December 1, 2019
Build modeSet the output to image file.
Posted November 29, 2019
No, not via CMD line, this is in the program itself.
Go into Build mode and then select the 'Advanced' tab on the right, followed by the 'Media' one.
Change the Single Layer - Profile to 'Custom' and then enter a larger number. Maybe just copy the value from the double layer DVD+R DL one (i.e. 4173824).
Posted November 28, 2019
Well, I say that.... if you just want an ISO for playback via a media player rather than for burning to disc (basically anything where the layer break isn't important), you can change the size of single layer media to something larger than DVD9 and it won't prompt you.
In a word, no.
Posted November 23, 2019
Post the log from ImgBurn please.
Copy and paste it all from the log window when you think it's stuck
Posted November 22, 2019
Turn off (uncheck) the following...
Tools -> Settings -> General -> Page 1 -> Display Warnings -> Underburning
Posted November 15, 2019
It looks like it had trouble writing to the disc - the drive reported a Write error. Maybe it did a better job with power calibration the 2nd time around and so managed to burn it ok. You were lucky the first attempt didn’t render it useless