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  1. That'd be File --> Save Project... in ImgBurn :thumbup:


    The project file defaults to an .ibb file extension, but it still opens ok in notepad etc as it's just a text file. If you are wanting to save it purely for a record then you could also overtype the extension to .txt so that it's even easier to open in notepad.

  2. since yesterday i have 10 DVD DL that crashed by burningn a XBox360 image.

    I allready have burned 10-20 Xbox360 images, but now i become this Error Message.

    The DVD DLs are that ones that i have ever used, and until yesterday they are worked fine with IMGBurn.

    So you've had a failure rate of somewhere between 33-50% (10 out of 20-30).

    Funny thing about random probability / statistics - they're not always evenly spread. It's not unusual to have a number of 'successful' (although likely poor quality) burns before hitting a run of coasters.


    Verbatim FTW :thumbup:

  3. Please post the log file from the burn (see sig) - it will help in diagnosing the problem.


    If memory serves I've seen similar reports where someone has tried to burn an ISO file using the 'Build' mode of ImgBurn instead of the 'Write' mode.

  4. So now instead of mothers teaching their kids to "always make sure you have clean underwear on when you leave the house (in case you get hit by a bus)",


    it will be "always make sure you have your chemically treated, microwaved nanoparticle underwear on when you leave the house (in case you get hit by a bus)".


    Doesn't have quite the same ring to it. icon_rolleyes.gif

  5. Have just tested quickly under Virtual PC with Windows 98 and while it does use quite a bit resource wise, it also seems to release these resources nicely on exit. I would imagine that it shouldn't be a problem unless you're also trying to run a lot of other stuff at the same time - which I normally avoid even on XP.

  6. Well Down Under (here at least) 50 spindle of Verb White Inkjet Printable +R's are made in Taiwan, come with Arial Font on top, "MCC-004-00" Disc ID, and the "+" in the stamped serial number. The other Verb's I get from time to time, 20/25 spindle, non-printable "MCC-003-00" +R's also have the "+" stamp in the serial but I don't have a cakebox handy to check on the font.


    These give me the occassional bad burn at 8x (say 2-5% failure rate) but rarely a hassle at 6x. Did come across one disc towards end of last MCC-003-00 spindle where the dye got jagged towards the outer edge, normally nice and consistent right to the outer edge.


    Seems from what you're saying they're both the Prodisc ones. Only 3 places in town to get Verb's (K-Mart, Big W, and WOW Sight & Sound) and don't recall seeing anything other than these two +R options - in spindles anyway.


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