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    Win7 Imgburn always thinks ext. hard drive is DVD!

    Hokay, got an addendum to the above. This was the first time I tried to use it in Win7, so I thought if I just chose the right drive for it, it would happily burn to the DVD drive, not the Hitachi Life Studio drive. It won't. No matter how many times I choose the DVD drive for it, it flicks straight back to the Hitachi Life Studio drive, tells me it's not empty (too right it's not!) and won't burn anything. If I detach the Hitachi Life Studio, presumably because it's convinced itself that's a CD drive now, it tells me to attach a CD drive and STILL won't burn anything. AARGHHH!!!! How do I convince it firstly yes, I do have a CD drive. Secondly, it is Drive D, not Drive F. And thirdly, if Drive F, the Hitachi, is disconnected, I STILL have a CD drive, Drive D? Worked fine in my old Windows XP, your program. I'm going to try uninstalling it/reinstalling it WITHOUT the Hitachi attached and see if that makes any difference. I think the bug, if it IS one, is that you don't seem to be able to select which drive you want to burn to and make it STAY selected while it does its thing, it seems to want to always revert back to its own choice. That's in Win7, I never had to select a drive in XP, it just did it for me and got it right. Yours puzzledly Chris.
  2. Dear Lightning and everyone. Not sure if this is a BUG per se, but I'm using 64-bit Win7 and I've got a Hitachi Life Studio backup hard drive attached. Whenever I put a blank CD/DVD in the CD drive it tells me it's not empty, I check to see why and always it's because its selected the Hitachi Life Studio and not the DVD drive to burn to. Not calling this a real BUG per se, just wondering what would happen if anyone had a blank hard drive attached and Imgburn chose it and tried to burn a disk image onto it, the person not stopping it because they hadn't realised what Imgburn was trying to do. Would it corrupt the hard drive? I mean it couldn't burn anything TO it because there's not a burner IN a hard drive, but what would it DO to the drive? OK, I know that the above scenario's a tad unlikely, but just wondering out of (slightly macabre!) interest.... Great program, though. And love all the little statements it comes up with, the dry drollery of it all. That's always been a lovely touch. Yours respectfully Chris.
  3. Dear Sir. I was recommended to use this piece of software to burn ISOs by a few websites, so I downloaded it. Thus far, I've got 5 drinks coasters and I'm a little afraid of trying another DVD!!! Here's the error log. All 5 error logs have been identical. I 08:06:00 ImgBurn Version 2.4.2.0 started! I 08:06:00 Microsoft Windows XP Professional (5.1, Build 2600 : Service Pack 2) I 08:06:00 Total Physical Memory: 916,976 KB - Available: 525,360 KB I 08:06:00 Initialising SPTI... I 08:06:00 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices... I 08:06:00 Found 1 DVD-ROM and 1 DVD
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