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  1. Further to my previous reply, I have now tried the DVD in a normal DVD player and it works fine.
  2. I've just burnt a folder to disc, but it failed to verify.with an uncorrectable error. Despite that, the disc is playing in my conmputer, so should I just ignore the error? The log file is attached. Many thanks. ImgBurn17-4.log
  3. If you read my post above, you will see that I have already done that and successfully updated the firmware.
  4. Many thanks for your reoly. First, let me say that I've managed to run the file. I discovered that the existing software has an update option that uses the .bin file. I would still be interested, however, to know why I can't see what's in the file. In additon to Imgburn I also tried Magicdisc, and that failed as well. The link is http://apps.tenvis.com/Download/JPT3815W/2013/firmware/x.4/IPC_V1.8_V1.7.25.zip
  5. It's firmaware for a camera, so I imagine it's an .exe file. I've been in touch with the manufacturers and am waiting for an answer from them.
  6. I have been sent a .bin file, but when I try to open it in ImgBurn it says invalid or unsupported image file format, yet ImgBurn looks for .bin files when I search for the file to burn to DVD. Any suggestions would be appreciated. These are the contents of my log file: I 13:49:36 ImgBurn Version started! I 13:49:36 Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium x64 Edition (6.1, Build 7601 : Service Pack 1) I 13:49:36 Total Physical Memory: 8,387,064 KiB - Available: 4,454,576 KiB I 13:49:36 Initialising SPTI... I 13:49:36 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices... I 13:49:37 -> Drive 1 - Info: LITE-ON DVDRW LH-20A1L BL06 (I:) (ATA) I 13:49:37 Found 1 DVD±RW/RAM
  7. Hi, I've just downloaded a film and it turns out to be a 7.7G iso file. I can't burn it to a single layer disc and I can't shrink it with DVD shrink because it's not a DVD. Is my only answer a dual layer disc?
  8. Yes, I know. RTFM or in this case RTFFAQ I only added to the thread because the topic was already open. Regards, Pilot
  9. I've recently started getting the same problem in XP Home. As far as I can make out, nothing else is trying to access the burner. I pressed continue and ImgBurn carried on as normal. Strange.
  10. I think you are right. If Write is selected then the only option is to select a file, but Build lets you select both a file or folder, and that's what I must have done. At least I got the job done in the end. Regards, Pilot.
  11. Hi Lighting, Thanks for your reply. I must have pressed the wrong button, but when I tried again, Build would only let me select a folder. Reburning in Write mode gave me the right result, so the ISO file was OK. At least everything is OK now. Thanks to you both for your help. Regards, Pilot.
  12. Hi, Cornholio Lucky you It worked, but I don't understand this. I tried again, this time selecting the file with Build selected, and it would only let me select a folder, so I must have had Write selected originally. Regars, Pilot.
  13. Hi cornholio, My God! That was quick. Can't remember which way I did it. Could that be the problem? I'll try again making sure I select write first. Gonna use a +RW this time just in case. Regards, Pilot.
  14. Hi, Apologies. I've asked this before, but can't remember what the answer was and the topic has been deleted. I tried to burn an ISO file and selected "Write", but ended up with a coaster with the same ISO file on it instead of a playable DVD. What have I done wrong? Sorry to ask again. Thanks, Pilot.
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