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ianymaty

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  1. Did you set the dropdown to 2? It should remember the 2 copies.
  2. Settings > Write tab > Remember "Copies"
  3. Read the pink box above and find the Guides. If you encounter any problems on following the Guides, please come back and ask for help. Welcome to ImgBurn Forum.
  4. Answer "No" to the prompt when adding the parent folder.
  5. Is that a standard DVD Video you converted (Video_TS folder)? Does the converted files play nice in a software player (VLC, MPC-HC etc.)?
  6. Yes, it is possible, but you have to stick with what you have x86 > x86, x64 > x64 You can't change x86 to x64 and viceversa or whatever you trying to do.
  7. There is no MP3 audio vs MP3 data thing here. The MP3 are compressed files so you can put a lot more on a CD depending on the compression level. The other disc is standard Audio CD with uncompressed audio, that's why will only fit a few files on a regular 700 MB disc, usually 80 minutes of playable audio files
  8. The type of disc you use. You need dual layer disc for that image size.
  9. Extract them to wav. MP3 is a compressed file so you'll lose some bits. Maybe not noticable to average human ear but if you can keep all the quality, why not?
  10. After you load the file just look below the source for the info on the main screen.
  11. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?/topic/23811-imgburn-on-windows-10/
  12. Do not think that DL is the same as SL burn. In case of the failure most of the problems are related to second layer burn. DL burn seams to require more accuracy from the drive even if you use the top media. Maybe your drive is on the way out and you need a modern one that can deal with the new media. You should visit other forums that deals with wii stuffs to find what you need to buy for what you want to achieve.
  13. Using Verbatim will not solve the problem in your particular case, I'm affraid. Your drive report that can burn only 3x, 4x, 6x while the media is 8x rated so you fall into the category that point 4 and 5 from that link applies to you.
  14. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?/topic/8000-problems-burning-double-layer-discs/
  15. Yes, it's that simple but people never read, only click, click, click, click... than.... ooooohh my Gooood! Welcome to ImgBurn Forum.
  16. Read here... http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?/topic/8000-problems-burning-double-layer-discs/
  17. It seams Windows Disc Image Burner default to burn at max speed and don't offer a setting for write speed if you right click an image and chose Burn disc image. http://www.howtogeek.com/80094/how-to-burn-an-iso-image-in-windows-7/ But if you select the image in Windows Explorer and start the burn from the top menu Burn button you have the option to set the write speed. http://helpdeskgeek.com/windows-7/burn-cd-dvd-windows-7-tutorial/ I don't know if it write and save a log somewhere.
  18. The Power Calibration Area Error is down to the drive as it isn't able to callibrate the laser to write on that disc. What speed did Windows Disc Image Burner burned the disc? Did you tried all available speeds? Try the higher speeds first.
  19. Read here... http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?/topic/6392-the-imgburn-functions/page-1&do=findComment&comment=66439 Specifically section 3.3.2.3.3 Restrictions
  20. It doesn't matter what you burn, files or images, for the program and drive it's just data, all 0 and 1. The problem is that after a while the drive get worn or maybe don't know the new media and the burn get hit or miss. If it get worned the only chance is to replace it. With the new media sometimes the firmware update will help. I'm sorry, I can't assist you with the procedure to do the cross-flash. You need to search for help in other places that deals with this stuff.
  21. You can try to cross-flash to the Q113 but that requires some reading and following the instructions. Beware that this could brick your drive if things go wrong. Your drive is MATSHITA BD-RE UJ-225S and the other drive is MATSHITABD-MLT UJ-225S. Read here for more info http://www.rpc1.com/viewtopic.php?f=13&p=239084
  22. Sorry, I missread the firmware numbers. It's not driver. It's firmware. It's a program installed in the device. On Dell site the XPS M1530 model is listed as containing PLDS DX-20A6Q HH SATA Trayload DVD+/-RW or OPTIARC AD-7640A 8X 12.7 IDE slotload DVDRW Look under Removable Storage. Is this the laptop you have? http://www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/19/product-support/product/xps-m1530/drivers Did you replaced the original drive with this MATSHITA BD-RE UJ-225S? Maybe a cleaning of the drive will help get over the Power Calibration problem. Other than that maybe a new drive. Also try all the available write speeds.
  23. On a quick search both seems to come from Sony. Always use the latest date. Seems to be repacked and released again that's why are two. Anyway, you should find the correct one for your device in the Download section on manufacturer site.
  24. Windows Media Player don't read natively CD-Text, you need WMPCDText plug-in installed http://bmproductions.fixnum.org/index.htm?http://bmproductions.fixnum.org/moreprogs/wmpcdtext.htm I've found the 2012 version manual and looked in it. This is what you own? https://carmanuals2.com/get/toyota-camry-2012-toyota-universal-display-audio-system-owner-s-manual-with-navigation-audio-system-operation-11577 The only refference to CD-Text on disc is on page 118 and says: "If a CD-TEXT disc is inserted, the title of the track and disc currently being played will be displayed." No ways to change what's displayed are mentioned. That seems indeed a poor implementation. At the end of the manual it mentiones about Gracenote music recognition technology.
  25. Are you using Type A or Type B display? Here is the manual for the car audio system. On page 228 explains the display type and what it shows on each step. https://carmanuals2.com/get/toyota-camry-2010-using-the-audio-system-11339
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