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About ianymaty

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  1. ianymaty

    USB2 or USB3

    It's not a limitation of ImgBurn current release. Most probably the enclosure is the culprit. ImgBurn knows USB 3.0 from - 16th June 2013 The changelog clearly states: Added: The effective USB connection speed (1.1, 2.0, 3.0) for USB devices to the initial device scan log entries.
  2. Why not? It's the same as ejecting the drive and replace the disc in the drive, the installer picks it up and continues the process.
  3. ianymaty

    (RAID)? I just want to burn a dvd!!

    I remember when they announced the aquizition, they acquired the whole line of production and the technology from TY and prommissed to continue the line and produce the same dye as was produce by TY, so that line become CMC Pro Powered by TY Technology.
  4. ianymaty

    I/O errors burning BD-R discs

    I think it's worth to try it. I mean, when the device is rejected from the system there are some remains left that prevents the system to assign a new instance of that device in other place of the system of the same device that once was connected and the system is trying to match it back to the old connection but something isn't quite right in pairing it back. So, the clear of the ghosts it forces the system to re-recognize the device as it's a new one never connected so it assigns it correctly this time.
  5. ianymaty

    I/O errors burning BD-R discs

    @dbminter Did you tried to remove the device from the system insted of restart to see if it works without the restart thing? Can you try one of these methods? I'm curious if it works. I did the manual thing in the Device Manager for an external Hard Drive that was not recognized in any USB port for unknown reason (probably drive letter assign missmatch) and worked. https://www.raymond.cc/blog/uninstall-hidden-devices-calling-ghostbuster/
  6. ianymaty

    Digital Digest - malware

    I'm not an expert in this field. I'm using ESET. Google should help you find more info.
  7. ianymaty

    Digital Digest - malware

    Your antivirus should be doing its job if it's a decent one.
  8. ianymaty

    Digital Digest - malware

    Don't bother with the manager if you can get the file directly.
  9. ianymaty

    Digital Digest - malware

    Please, read the small text.
  10. ianymaty

    Two instances of ImgBurn running?

    I think it reffers to as you can't burn to multiple drives like a duplicator does. Only one session to one drive. Not one session to multi drives.
  11. ianymaty

    older version needed

    From all that discs I remember that free month of antivirus. So if you buy the magazin every month, you have free antivirus all year long.
  12. That's why we always recommend to try all the available speeds and not only the low speeds. Only than you can try change the discs or other troubleshouting.
  13. ianymaty

    older version needed

    Yes, I live in Romania and as you guessed the word "utilitare" is the romanian word for "utility" meaning something useful, handy or good to be used and comes from french word "utilitaire" Most probably I'll find that disc if I dug out the collection of Chip magazine I own. Some years ago they stoped the publication of the romanian version than restarted and from mid 2020 no new issue but now they intend to start again from april this year. Just saw the announcement on their Facebook page. https://ro-ro.facebook.com/RevistaCHIP About the coincidence... I don't know it just happens to be. That customization program probably got reported by Apple as "stealing their image" or Microsoft don't want that Windows computers to look like OSX and marked it.
  14. ianymaty

    older version needed

    Ahh, now I see that the hash is for the disc you downloaded not the file that is on that disc. Oh well!
  15. ianymaty

    older version needed

    @Ken852 We, the Beta Team Members, have acces to all released versions in history and it's not public, sorry. The info I posted is from the original SetupImgBurn_2.1.0.0.exe that is in the archive maintained by LIGHTNING UK! For retreiving the info I used HashCheck Shell Extension http://code.kliu.org/hashcheck/ or you can use the newer modified version https://github.com/gurnec/HashCheck So the file from that downloaded disc is temperd and not the original file released by the author.

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