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  1. I'm looking for 3 different BD drives. A portable one for my laptop, possibly powered by the computer (Dell Precision M6300, has an internal DVD burner, but i guess with a proprietary connector?). A slim one (internal) for my office pc. A half-height (internal) one for my video-editing station. They should at least play CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray discs and burn them with quality burning results (if that is possible from a consumer drive). Which ones do you recommend? Thanks in advance for any hints.
  2. If i do not check 'Don't update IFO/BUP files' in the 'Create Layer Break Position' dialog window, will Imgburn change the original IFO/BUP files in my VIDEO_TS directory or the IFO/BUP files that will be in the image file ? Would be nice to know, otherwise I would need to make a copy at first and this could take a while...thank you.
  3. @ianymaty Thanks. @mmalves i have an older computer with an optical drive that wants to be feeded with media burned slowly or it will report read error(s) or unknown media. You don't really think that I wait besides the drive to finish, do you ?
  4. I don't seem to have a drive capable of burning slower than the maximum the media is offering to it. Is it possible to constrain a drive to burn slower ?
  5. thank you, that was a quick one! Even though there is no update for this drive and have to live with it, I am thankful for getting such a quick clarification. I'll try another drive.
  6. i understand, if my desired write speed is not supprted by the media, then imgburn won't write in the speed i want. I think that was different earlier, because i burned on these cd-rw with other speed than their maximum. But what is with their supprted write speed the manufactuer writes on the label I have 1-4x and 4-10x media, but why can't I write with 1x speed on the 1-4x media then ? or with 4x on a 4-10x media ?
  7. i wonder why Imgburn ignores my chosen write speed and always writes the cd-rw media with max speed ? Even when automatic write speed is changed for these rewritables, i tried 3 different cd-rw and 3 different brands (1 x 1x-4x, 2 x 4x-10x). The drive is a TSST TS-H653F from Dell.
  8. I can't seem to find the date info when a specific CD-R was burned. I guess it is due to the format and imgburn cannot read the date from the disc or the format does not allow it to be able to read this information, the disc is an Akai formated one. I would like to know if it is possible to read the burn date from the disc with any other tool, or is imgburn capable of it and i need a different setting ?
  9. yes, it is in the drive and imgburn won't recognize the disc anymore directly after the burn and moving the tray out/in before going to verify it. Verify won't work, because the disc was not recognized...and this happens with all CD-RW I've got...sometimes it works, but the whole thing is not reliable, DVD-RW (also Verbatim) will work just fine...do you know why this behavior could be explained ?
  10. Device Not Ready (Medium Not Present - Tray Closed) would that be it ?
  11. just tried again after restoring the default values and save a log...at the end of the writing the device blurps (burrrp) once and won't verify the disc... I 12:42:38 ImgBurn Version started! I 12:42:38 Microsoft Windows XP Professional (5.1, Build 2600 : Service Pack 3) I 12:42:38 Total Physical Memory: 2.095.852 KB - Available: 1.051.620 KB I 12:42:38 Initialising SPTI... I 12:42:38 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices... I 12:42:38 Found 4 DVD-ROMs and 1 DVD
  12. Hello, I've got a plextor 760a burner. Just wanted to burn an image to a new cd-rw, verify after burn failed, after sliding tray in/out three times. Tried three other new blanks, but failed to burn either. The resulted media is not recognizied by imgburn (2.4.10) nor windows and can't be erased by imgburn. The blanks are Verbatim 8x-12x 700MB. A DVD-RW burn just went fine! What am I able to do to exclude any hardware failure ? Are the unrecognized toasted ones rescueable or are they trash now ?
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