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  1. LB does match up, and it verifies in both IMGBurn and in an iso checker specific to what I'm burning. Just out of curiosity, I know the l0 data capacity is just where the second layer begins, but is the leadin actually checked for accuracy to the iso when you verify the disc? As for the second part, GREAT thinking. I ran ccleaner last night and I forgot to set it to leave app data alone. Will make sure it doesn't erase the log in the future. Thank you for your help, and keep up the great work on imgburn.
  2. I haven't burned with a program that wasn't imgburn for a long time. As for the check, the L0 data zone capacity in the right box matches the LB defined next to sectors when the dvd file is loaded. The disc verifies in imgburn and in other software that checks the crcs of all sectors as well as the layerbreak. Any risk something could be wrong, and what might cause this risk?
  3. I'm sorry if I came off as crude, but I see it often around here that people don't get any help without posting a log, and "post a log and then we'll comment" seemed like a bit of a snide remark to me at the time. That being said, I did not intend to come across as rude either, it was early in the morning I wrote that and I just didn't have the craft of writing with me so I wrote something bare bones rather than sugar coated. I didn't think he would take offense to it, and it doesn't seem he did. Nonetheless, the fact that you came back and made an attempt to answer from what I had to give means I misjudged you initially, and for that I'm sorry. My two general questions having been answered, I took a look in my imgburn settings for a log, under events it says Save the Log On Exit and it's checked, and it's set to append the current log. Here are the current total contents of my IMGBurn.txt log file ; //****************************************\\ ; ImgBurn Version - Log ; Wednesday, 13 May 2009, 08:15:23 ; \\****************************************// ; ; I 08:14:55 ImgBurn Version started! I 08:14:55 Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition (5.1, Build 2600 : Service Pack 2) I 08:14:55 Total Physical Memory: 1,046,620 KB - Available: 584,236 KB I 08:14:55 Initialising SPTI... I 08:14:55 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices... I 08:14:55 Found 1 DVD
  4. My IMGBurn isn't set to save logs automatically. Even then, I don't think the log is very pertinent to my comments. Almost all three of my questions are not burn specific. The first being whether l0 datazone capacity / leadins stages are actually writing the disc, the second as to whether or not DVDs can even do that (leave off at incomplete) and finally, what MIGHT have caused this and what MIGHT be the consequences for the discs integrity as a 1:1 copy.
  5. Let me add I used made in singapore Verbatims and burned at 4x. So.. as for my questions about leadin / l0?
  6. Yesterday I had just installed a drive (LG GSA-H10N) that I hadn't used before. I booted up imgburn and an image, set booktype, and started burning to a DVD+R DL. After about a minute of stalling at the setting l0 data zone capacity stage, imgburn reported that it "failed to set l0 data zone capacity". So, I assumed a coaster, put the disc aside, grabbed another disc, updated the default JL10 firmware to JL12 on the drive, disc burned fine. Today, I reached for a disc and happened to grab the one I had "coastered" yesterday. The disc was reported as empty, only the the disc's "status" was reported as incomplete. I started burning, got the failed to set l0 data zone capacity. For the hell of it, I pressed continue. The disc started writing! It wrote the full disc through at 4x and when I checked the layerbreak on the burned disc afterwards, it reported the correct layerbreak!. Checking the disc with a special program, all of the crcs of the partition were the same as the ISO. This leads me to a few questions. Firstly, when imgburn says it is setting the l0 data zone capacity or writing a leadin, is it actually physically writing the disc? Secondly, is it possible for DVDs to leave off at a spot and continue burning? Finally, is it possible that this disk may be detected as a not 1:1 copy given this l0 data zone capacity blunder? What might have caused it?
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