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  1. My IMGBurn is set to 80MB buffer and has been for the last 10+ years I have used it. I don't normally notice buffer issues but today I was burning to a DVD drive and BD drive at the same time from the same HDD and the buffer kept running out every 30 seconds or so on the blu-ray disc. I was burning the BD in IMGBurn and the DVD via my Bravo 2 PTPublisher. I realise burning 2 devices from the same hard drive is not advised, but this made me curious, given I have 32GB ram would increasing the buffer to the max 1gb help in these incidences when I forget ? For instance today I forgot I was burning from the same HDD (I use a drive pool to form a single drive letter from multiple HDDs, sometimes the ISO's end up on the same drive) and so once the BD was started I couldn't change buffer or cancel without ruining a disc, so I had to let it run with the buffer (default 80MB) going up and down like a yoyo which worried me a bit. So if I set it to the max 1gb just in case this happens again, is there any negatives to this and to leaving it set to 1gb all the time ? I only ever seem to use a max of 16gb of my 32gb ram so I have 16gb spare 99.9% of the time so 1gb poached shouldn't harm me from that point of view.

    Can I do the same for the Build tool buffer which I use all the time as well ?

    Just noticed in an old post from 2007 the author of IMGBurn mentions IMGBurn has a pause button, where is this located ?  

    Also I notice my external USB 3.0 BD Drive is showing up as USB 2.0 in the IMGBurn logs, is this normal ? Or could it be due to the 10m USB distance I have the drive at (using powered repeaters) ? 

     

    Thanks for the great software.

     

     


  2. I need approx 7m USB3 from my PC to my external USB3 BD-R drive, just because of the way my room is situated and where I am able to sit, and the amount of blu-ray discs I burn. I currently have a 10m USB3 active repeater cable, but if I try and burn over 4x the device buffer goes up and down like crazy and will only settle when under 4x. If I got 2x 5m USB3 active cables, could that help ? Or do the 10m ones have a repeater built in anyway at the 5m point ? I am presuming the issue of the device buffer going up and down is due to there not being enough bandwidth. 

    Any ideas ? Earlier tonight I got lots of semaphore timeout "invalid address" errors upon burning discs, wasted approx 7 discs, but I have changed the USB port (from directly in to my PC port in to a powered hub port) and that is at least better and stops those errors, but still has the wildly fluctuating device buffer over 4x. 

    EDIT : Okay, forget the hope I had in that last paragraph, the burn failed, make that 8 discs ruined, I realise this is not IMG Burns fault though. This time the error wasn't semaphore, but "No additional sense information" whatever that means. 

     

     


  3. I have a external BD-R burner, and I am having a lot of problems with verifying, this doesn't just happen with BD-Rs, but in the last 2 times today that has been what has happened. Any ideas what it could be ? I have a Windows 10 PC. It keeps just cutting out and going on about Semaphore, it doesn't happen at the same time so I am fairly sure it isn't the discs, especially as it has happened with CD-audio discs as well as blu-rays. 

    I 16:58:00 ImgBurn Version 2.5.8.0 started!
    I 16:58:00 Microsoft Windows 8 Core x64 Edition (6.2, Build 9200)
    I 16:58:00 Total Physical Memory: 16,735,172 KiB  -  Available: 5,999,440 KiB
    I 16:58:00 Initialising PTRobot...
    I 16:58:01 PT_SDK Version 1.8.1.0
    I 16:58:01 Initialising SPTI...
    I 16:58:01 Searching for Auto Loader devices...
    I 16:58:01 -> Auto Loader 1 - Info: Disc Publisher II 1.43 03/19/2008
    I 16:58:01 Found 1 Auto Loader!
    I 16:58:01 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...
    I 16:58:01 -> Drive 1 - Info: PIONEER BD-RW   BDR-206D 1.06-ID61 (O:) (SATA)
    I 16:58:01 -> Drive 2 - Info: PIONEER DVD-RW  DVR-112D 9.15 (Q:) (USB 2.0)
    I 16:58:02 -> Drive 3 - Info: ATAPI eHBU312   2 VL16 (T:) (USB 2.0)
    I 16:58:02 -> Drive 4 - Info: DVDFab Virtual Drive 1.1 (N:) (SCSI)
    I 16:58:02 Found 1 DVD±RW, 1 BD-ROM/HD DVD-ROM and 2 BD-REs!
    I 16:58:50 Operation Started!
    I 16:58:50 Source File: F:\Downloads\Mike 2019\March 2019\Put to Disc\Disc1.nrg
    I 16:58:50 Source File Sectors: 11,524,384 (MODE1/2048)
    I 16:58:51 Source File Size: 23,601,938,432 bytes
    I 16:58:51 Source File Volume Identifier: Disc1
    I 16:58:51 Source File Volume Set Identifier: 4E7A2148B185DEB7
    I 16:58:51 Source File Implementation Identifier: Nero
    I 16:58:51 Source File File System(s): UDF (1.02)
    I 16:58:51 Destination Device: [0:0:0] ATAPI eHBU312   2 VL16 (T:) (USB)
    I 16:58:51 Destination Media Type: BD-R (Disc ID: RITEK-BR3-000)
    I 16:58:51 Destination Media Supported Write Speeds: 4x, 6x, 8x, 10x
    I 16:58:51 Destination Media Sectors: 12,219,392
    I 16:58:51 Write Mode: BD
    I 16:58:51 Write Type: DAO
    I 16:58:51 Write Speed: 8x
    I 16:58:51 Hardware Defect Management Active: No
    I 16:58:51 BD-R Verify Not Required: Yes
    I 16:58:51 Link Size: Auto
    I 16:58:51 Lock Volume: Yes
    I 16:58:51 Test Mode: No
    I 16:58:51 OPC: No
    I 16:58:51 BURN-Proof: Enabled
    I 16:58:52 Write Speed Successfully Set! - Effective: 35,960 KB/s (8x)
    I 16:59:22 Filling Buffer... (204 MiB)
    I 16:59:24 Writing LeadIn...
    I 16:59:26 Writing Session 1 of 1... (1 Track, LBA: 0 - 11524383)
    I 16:59:26 Writing Track 1 of 1... (MODE1/2048, LBA: 0 - 11524383)
    I 17:11:21 Synchronising Cache...
    I 17:11:25 Closing Track...
    I 17:11:26 Finalising Disc...
    I 17:12:07 Exporting Graph Data...
    I 17:12:07 Graph Data File: C:\Users\jonuk\AppData\Roaming\ImgBurn\Graph Data Files\ATAPI_eHBU312_2_VL16_27-MARCH-2019_16-58_RITEK-BR3-000_8x.ibg
    I 17:12:07 Export Successfully Completed!
    I 17:12:07 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:13:16
    I 17:12:07 Average Write Rate: 32,281 KiB/s (7.4x) - Maximum Write Rate: 35,717 KiB/s (8.1x)
    I 17:12:07 Cycling Tray before Verify...
    W 17:12:14 Waiting for device to become ready...
    I 17:12:29 Device Ready!
    I 17:12:33 Operation Started!
    I 17:12:33 Source Device: [0:0:0] ATAPI eHBU312   2 VL16 (T:) (USB)
    I 17:12:33 Source Media Type: BD-R (Disc ID: RITEK-BR3-000)
    I 17:12:33 Source Media Supported Read Speeds: 1x, 2x, 4x, 6x, 8x
    I 17:12:33 Source Media Supported Write Speeds: 4x, 6x, 8x, 10x
    I 17:12:33 Source Media Sectors: 11,524,384
    I 17:12:33 Source Media Size: 23,601,938,432 bytes
    I 17:12:33 Image File: F:\Downloads\Mike 2019\March 2019\Put to Disc\Disc1.nrg
    I 17:12:33 Image File Sectors: 11,524,384 (MODE1/2048)
    I 17:12:33 Image File Size: 23,601,938,432 bytes
    I 17:12:33 Image File Volume Identifier: Disc1
    I 17:12:33 Image File Volume Set Identifier: 4E7A2148B185DEB7
    I 17:12:33 Image File Implementation Identifier: Nero
    I 17:12:33 Image File File System(s): UDF (1.02)
    I 17:12:33 Read Speed (Data/Audio): MAX / MAX
    I 17:12:34 Read Speed - Effective: 3.2x - 8x
    I 17:12:34 Verifying Session 1 of 1... (1 Track, LBA: 0 - 11524383)
    I 17:12:34 Verifying Track 1 of 1... (MODE1/2048, LBA: 0 - 11524383)
    W 17:26:30 Failed to Read Sectors 9962560 - 9962591 - Reason: The semaphore timeout period has expired.
    W 17:26:30 Waiting for device to become ready...
    W 17:26:30 Device Removal Detected!
    W 17:26:30 The device list will be refreshed at the next available opportunity.
    W 17:27:49 Device Removal Detected!
    W 17:27:49 The device list will be refreshed at the next available opportunity.
    I 17:27:56 Abort Request Acknowledged
    E 17:27:56 Failed to Verify Sectors!
    I 17:27:57 Exporting Graph Data...
    I 17:27:57 Graph Data File: C:\Users\jonuk\AppData\Roaming\ImgBurn\Graph Data Files\ATAPI_eHBU312_2_VL16_27-MARCH-2019_16-58_RITEK-BR3-000_8x.ibg
    I 17:27:57 Export Successfully Completed!
    E 17:27:57 Operation Aborted! - Duration: 00:15:23
    I 17:27:57 Average Verify Rate: 21,634 KiB/s (4.9x) - Maximum Verify Rate: 32,974 KiB/s (7.5x)
    E 17:28:02 CreateFile Failed! - Device: '\\?\usbstor#cdrom&ven_atapi&prod_ehbu312___2&rev_vl16#2010121000200000011&0#{53f56308-b6bf-11d0-94f2-00a0c91efb8b}'
    E 17:28:02 Reason: The system cannot find the file specified.
    I 17:28:02 Searching for Auto Loader devices...
    I 17:28:02 -> Auto Loader 1 - Info: Disc Publisher II 1.43 03/19/2008
    I 17:28:02 Found 1 Auto Loader!
    I 17:28:02 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...
    I 17:28:02 -> Drive 1 - Info: PIONEER BD-RW   BDR-206D 1.06-ID61 (O:) (SATA)
    I 17:28:02 -> Drive 2 - Info: PIONEER DVD-RW  DVR-112D 9.15 (Q:) (USB 2.0)
    I 17:28:02 -> Drive 3 - Info: DVDFab Virtual Drive 1.1 (N:) (SCSI)
    I 17:28:02 Found 1 DVD±RW, 1 BD-ROM/HD DVD-ROM and 1 BD-RE!
    W 17:28:21 Device Arrival Detected!
    I 17:28:21 Searching for Auto Loader devices...
    I 17:28:23 -> Auto Loader 1 - Info: Disc Publisher II 1.43 03/19/2008
    I 17:28:23 Found 1 Auto Loader!
    I 17:28:23 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...
    I 17:28:23 -> Drive 1 - Info: PIONEER BD-RW   BDR-206D 1.06-ID61 (O:) (SATA)
    I 17:28:24 -> Drive 2 - Info: PIONEER DVD-RW  DVR-112D 9.15 (Q:) (USB 2.0)
    I 17:28:24 -> Drive 3 - Info: ATAPI eHBU312   2 VL16 (T:) (USB 2.0)
    I 17:28:24 -> Drive 4 - Info: DVDFab Virtual Drive 1.1 (N:) (SCSI)
    I 17:28:24 Found 1 DVD±RW, 1 BD-ROM/HD DVD-ROM and 2 BD-REs!
    I 17:29:21 Operation Started!
    I 17:29:21 Source Device: [0:0:0] ATAPI eHBU312   2 VL16 (T:) (USB)
    I 17:29:21 Source Media Type: BD-R (Disc ID: RITEK-BR3-000)
    I 17:29:21 Source Media Supported Read Speeds: 1x, 2x, 4x, 6x, 8x
    I 17:29:21 Source Media Supported Write Speeds: 4x, 6x, 8x, 10x
    I 17:29:21 Source Media Sectors: 11,524,384
    I 17:29:21 Source Media Size: 23,601,938,432 bytes
    I 17:29:21 Image File: F:\Downloads\Mike 2019\March 2019\Put to Disc\Disc1.nrg
    I 17:29:21 Image File Sectors: 11,524,384 (MODE1/2048)
    I 17:29:21 Image File Size: 23,601,938,432 bytes
    I 17:29:21 Image File Volume Identifier: Disc1
    I 17:29:21 Image File Volume Set Identifier: 4E7A2148B185DEB7
    I 17:29:21 Image File Implementation Identifier: Nero
    I 17:29:21 Image File File System(s): UDF (1.02)
    I 17:29:21 Read Speed (Data/Audio): MAX / MAX
    I 17:29:22 Read Speed - Effective: 3.2x - 8x
    I 17:29:22 Verifying Session 1 of 1... (1 Track, LBA: 0 - 11524383)
    I 17:29:22 Verifying Track 1 of 1... (MODE1/2048, LBA: 0 - 11524383)
    W 17:34:15 Failed to Read Sectors 2592800 - 2592831 - Reason: The semaphore timeout period has expired.
    W 17:34:15 Waiting for device to become ready...
    W 17:34:15 Device Removal Detected!
    W 17:34:15 The device list will be refreshed at the next available opportunity.
     


  4. It lets me continue using the software by the way (if I click continue), I think it just stops the Bravo being used. Hope this helps (bottom part in bold is what appeared after I clicked F8 and searched)........

    I 04:21:23 ImgBurn Version 2.5.8.0 started!
    I 04:21:23 Microsoft Windows 8 Core x64 Edition (6.2, Build 9200)
    I 04:21:23 Total Physical Memory: 16,735,172 KiB  -  Available: 6,244,560 KiB
    I 04:21:23 Initialising PTRobot...
    I 04:21:23 PT_SDK Version 1.6.2.0
    I 04:21:23 Initialising SPTI...
    I 04:21:23 Searching for Auto Loader devices...
    E 04:21:25 Device->Initialise() Runtime Exception!
    E 04:21:25 Device: Disc Publisher II 1.43 03/19/2008
    E 04:21:25 Exception: EAccessViolation
    E 04:21:25 This auto-loader will not be visible in the program.
    E 04:21:25 Device->Initialise() Failed!
    E 04:21:25 Device: Disc Publisher II 1.43 03/19/2008
    E 04:21:25 This auto-loader will not be visible in the program.
    I 04:21:25 Found 0 Auto Loaders!
    I 04:21:25 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...
    I 04:21:25 -> Drive 1 - Info: PIONEER BD-RW   BDR-206D 1.06-ID61 (O:) (SATA)
    I 04:21:26 -> Drive 2 - Info: PIONEER DVD-RW  DVR-112D 9.15 (Q:) (USB 2.0)
    I 04:21:26 -> Drive 3 - Info: ATAPI eHBU312   2 VL16 (T:) (USB 2.0)
    I 04:21:26 -> Drive 4 - Info: DVDFab Virtual Drive 1.1 (N:) (SCSI)
    I 04:21:26 Found 1 DVD±RW, 1 BD-ROM/HD DVD-ROM and 2 BD-REs!
    W 04:21:28 I/O Interface 'Debug Mode' has been Enabled!
    I 04:21:42 Searching for Auto Loader devices...
    D 04:21:42 PTRobot_EnumRobots - Robot Count: 1, Return Code: 0
    I 04:21:42 Initialising Device (Auto Loader 1)...
    D 04:21:42 PTRobot_GetRobotInfo - Robot: 0x20000001, Return Code: 0
    D 04:21:42 Robot Handle: 0x20000001 - Model: Disc Publisher II, Version: 1.43 03/19/2008

     

    date/time         : 2019-01-28, 04:21:42, 126ms
    computer name     : INTEL-PC
    user name         :  edited
    operating system  : Windows 8 x64 build 9200
    system language   : English
    system up time    : 18 days 8 hours
    program up time   : 21 seconds
    processors        : 8x Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3770K CPU @ 3.50GHz
    physical memory   : 6003/16343 MB (free/total)
    free disk space   : (C:) 51.49 GB
    display mode      : 1920x1080, 32 bit
    process id        : $fb1c
    allocated memory  : 65.43 MB
    executable        : ImgBurn.exe
    exec. date/time   : 2013-05-24 09:59
    version           : 2.5.8.0
    compiled with     : BCB 2006/07
    madExcept version : 4.0.7
    callstack crc     : $0ba3c082, $be1836ba, $85b7b862
    contact name      : edited
    contact email     :  edited
    exception number  : 2
    exception class   : EAccessViolation
    exception message : EAccessViolation.

    thread $e8e4 (TInterfaceThread):
    0ba3c082 +ad17 PTRobot.dll
    0ba367d6 +533a PTRobot.dll                               PTRobot_EnumDrives
    00587016 +0742 ImgBurn.exe  DeviceIO.cpp        8840 +92 TDevice.Initialise_AutoLoader_PTROBOT
    00584b25 +0029 ImgBurn.exe  DeviceIO.cpp        8489 +14 TDevice.Initialise_AutoLoader
    005833a3 +0023 ImgBurn.exe  DeviceIO.cpp        8140 +14 TDevice.Initialise
    0057187a +04ce ImgBurn.exe  DeviceIO.cpp        4143 +46 InitialiseDevices_AutoLoaders_PTROBOT
    0056ff7a +0026 ImgBurn.exe  DeviceIO.cpp        3910 +19 InitialiseDevices_AutoLoaders
    005629f5 +013d ImgBurn.exe  DeviceIO.cpp        1480 +49 InitialiseDevices
    0071d156 +005e ImgBurn.exe  InterfaceThread.cpp 2000 +14 TInterfaceThread.SearchForDevices
    00715e79 +029d ImgBurn.exe  InterfaceThread.cpp  155 +76 TInterfaceThread._DoInterface
    00715b35 +001d ImgBurn.exe  InterfaceThread.cpp   35  +6 TInterfaceThread.Execute
    00a46edb +002b ImgBurn.exe  madExcept                    _17342
    008d8b98 +0034 ImgBurn.exe  Classes                      _17197
    008f73c8 +0028 ImgBurn.exe  System                       _16782
    00a46dbd +000d ImgBurn.exe  madExcept                    _17340
    00a46e27 +0037 ImgBurn.exe  madExcept                    _17341
    74188482 +0022 KERNEL32.DLL                              BaseThreadInitThunk
    >> created by main thread ($5e74) at:
    00715a4a +0032 ImgBurn.exe  InterfaceThread.cpp   21  +0 TInterfaceThread.Create

    main thread ($5e74):
    0095e955 +12d ImgBurn.exe  Forms                TApplication.Idle
    0095dd43 +017 ImgBurn.exe  Forms                TApplication.HandleMessage
    0095e02b +0b3 ImgBurn.exe  Forms                TApplication.Run
    0070c459 +5e5 ImgBurn.exe  ImgBurn.cpp 272 +166 WinMain
    00a80acc +14c ImgBurn.exe                       __startup
    74188482 +022 KERNEL32.DLL                      BaseThreadInitThunk

    thread $ef40:
    74188482 +22 KERNEL32.DLL  BaseThreadInitThunk

    thread $fa80:
    74188482 +22 KERNEL32.DLL  BaseThreadInitThunk

    thread $fe48:
    74188482 +22 KERNEL32.DLL  BaseThreadInitThunk

    thread $6e84:
    74188482 +22 KERNEL32.DLL  BaseThreadInitThunk

    thread $dc1c:
    74188482 +22 KERNEL32.DLL  BaseThreadInitThunk

    thread $4150:
    74188482 +22 KERNEL32.DLL  BaseThreadInitThunk

    thread $ef8:
    74188482 +22 KERNEL32.DLL  BaseThreadInitThunk

    thread $e84:
    739d597d +12d KERNELBASE.dll           WaitForMultipleObjectsEx
    00a46dbd +00d ImgBurn.exe    madExcept _17340
    00a46e27 +037 ImgBurn.exe    madExcept _17341
    74188482 +022 KERNEL32.DLL             BaseThreadInitThunk
    >> created by main thread ($5e74) at:
    73e0ed63 +000 combase.dll

    thread $db40 (TWorkerThread):
    739c45f3 +93 KERNELBASE.dll              WaitForSingleObjectEx
    739c454d +0d KERNELBASE.dll              WaitForSingleObject
    009de881 +19 ImgBurn.exe    Virtualtrees _16776
    00a46edb +2b ImgBurn.exe    madExcept    _17342
    008d8b98 +34 ImgBurn.exe    Classes      _17197
    008f73c8 +28 ImgBurn.exe    System       _16782
    00a46dbd +0d ImgBurn.exe    madExcept    _17340
    00a46e27 +37 ImgBurn.exe    madExcept    _17341
    74188482 +22 KERNEL32.DLL                BaseThreadInitThunk
    >> created by main thread ($5e74) at:
    009de776 +16 ImgBurn.exe    Virtualtrees _16772

    modules:
    00400000 ImgBurn.exe            2.5.8.0             C:\Program Files (x86)\ImgBurn
    0af60000 stcd3control.dll       5.2.707.0           C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\SureThing Shared
    0ba30000 PTRobot.dll            1.6.2.0             C:\Program Files (x86)\ImgBurn
    0bd90000 PTRobotDPPRO.dll       1.6.2.0             C:\Program Files (x86)\ImgBurn
    0c030000 idmmkb.dll             6.19.9.1            C:\Program Files (x86)\Internet Download Manager
    0c720000 PTRobotDP.dll          1.6.2.0             C:\Program Files (x86)\ImgBurn
    0c8d0000 PTRobotStr.DLL         1.1.4.0             C:\Program Files (x86)\ImgBurn
    0c9a0000 PTRobotDPse.dll        1.6.2.0             C:\Program Files (x86)\ImgBurn
    0cb40000 PTRobot4100.dll        1.6.2.0             C:\Program Files (x86)\ImgBurn
    0fa00000 CoreMessaging.dll      6.2.17134.471       C:\WINDOWS\System32
    0ff40000 CoreUIComponents.dll   6.2.17134.376       C:\WINDOWS\System32
    2ffb0000 TextInputFramework.dll 6.2.17134.376       C:\WINDOWS\System32
    54260000 tiptsf.dll             6.2.17134.191       C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\microsoft shared\ink
    544f0000 explorerframe.dll      6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\system32
    5dc10000 MSACM32.DLL            6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    63d10000 oledlg.dll             6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    63eb0000 wintypes.dll           6.2.17134.523       C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    65110000 SHFOLDER.DLL           6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
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    670d0000 dcomp.dll              6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\system32
    67210000 WindowsCodecs.dll      6.2.17134.345       C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    67f60000 quartz.dll             6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\system32
    68110000 d3d11.dll              6.2.17134.441       C:\WINDOWS\system32
    6a280000 SPINF.dll              6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    6a300000 drvstore.dll           6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    6a450000 DEVRTL.dll             6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    6a610000 pdh.dll                6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\system32
    6a660000 OLEACC.dll             7.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    6a960000 dxgi.dll               6.2.17134.112       C:\WINDOWS\system32
    6aa60000 RMCLIENT.dll           6.2.17134.471       C:\WINDOWS\system32
    6aa80000 dataexchange.dll       6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\system32
    6aba0000 olepro32.dll           6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    6c280000 MSIMG32.dll            6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    6cd90000 gdiplus.dll            6.2.17134.523       C:\WINDOWS\WinSxS\x86_microsoft.windows.gdiplus_6595b64144ccf1df_1.1.17134.523_none_73d8c7959f75cd2a
    6ffa0000 DEVOBJ.dll             6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    70030000 dbgcore.DLL            6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    70060000 dbghelp.dll            6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    701f0000 SRVCLI.DLL             6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    70210000 FaultRep.dll           6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    70270000 NETUTILS.DLL           6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    70300000 ntmarta.dll            6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    70330000 WKSCLI.DLL             6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    70c90000 dwmapi.dll             6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\system32
    70cc0000 uxtheme.dll            6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\system32
    70d40000 winmmbase.dll          6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    70e60000 PROPSYS.dll            7.0.17134.112       C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    70fe0000 bcrypt.dll             6.2.17134.112       C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    71190000 Mpr.dll                6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    71880000 WINMM.DLL              6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    719f0000 WINSPOOL.DRV           6.2.17134.319       C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    71c70000 COMCTL32.DLL           6.10.17134.523      C:\WINDOWS\WinSxS\x86_microsoft.windows.common-controls_6595b64144ccf1df_6.0.17134.523_none_42edd4b044e3535c
    71e80000 NETAPI32.DLL           6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    71ea0000 WSOCK32.DLL            6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    72690000 IPHLPAPI.DLL           6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    726c0000 VERSION.DLL            6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    73300000 Userenv.dll            6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    738a0000 CRYPTBASE.dll          6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\System32
    738b0000 SspiCli.dll            6.2.17134.376       C:\WINDOWS\System32
    738d0000 KERNELBASE.dll         6.2.17134.441       C:\WINDOWS\System32
    73b20000 msvcrt.dll             7.0.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\System32
    73be0000 ucrtbase.dll           6.2.17134.319       C:\WINDOWS\System32
    73d00000 WS2_32.dll             6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\System32
    73d70000 combase.dll            6.2.17134.523       C:\WINDOWS\System32
    73fd0000 clbcatq.dll            2001.12.10941.16384 C:\WINDOWS\System32
    740c0000 ADVAPI32.DLL           6.2.17134.471       C:\WINDOWS\System32
    74140000 IMM32.DLL              6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\System32
    74170000 KERNEL32.DLL           6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\System32
    74250000 FLTLIB.DLL             6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\System32
    74260000 gdi32full.dll          6.2.17134.471       C:\WINDOWS\System32
    743d0000 sechost.dll            6.2.17134.319       C:\WINDOWS\System32
    74420000 windows.storage.dll    6.2.17134.471       C:\WINDOWS\System32
    749e0000 SHLWAPI.dll            6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\System32
    74a30000 SHELL32.dll            6.2.17134.441       C:\WINDOWS\System32
    75d80000 USER32.dll             6.2.17134.376       C:\WINDOWS\System32
    75f10000 MSASN1.dll             6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\System32
    75fb0000 shcore.dll             6.2.17134.112       C:\WINDOWS\System32
    76040000 setupapi.dll           6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\System32
    76470000 kernel.appcore.dll     6.2.17134.112       C:\WINDOWS\System32
    76480000 RPCRT4.dll             6.2.17134.471       C:\WINDOWS\System32
    76540000 COMDLG32.DLL           6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\System32
    76620000 MSCTF.dll              6.2.17134.376       C:\WINDOWS\System32
    76770000 msvcp_win.dll          6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\System32
    767f0000 PSAPI.DLL              6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\System32
    76810000 OLEAUT32.DLL           6.2.17134.48        C:\WINDOWS\System32
    768b0000 CRYPT32.dll            6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\System32
    76ab0000 OLE32.DLL              6.2.17134.407       C:\WINDOWS\System32
    76bb0000 cfgmgr32.dll           6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\System32
    76d60000 WINTRUST.dll           6.2.17134.81        C:\WINDOWS\System32
    76db0000 GDI32.dll              6.2.17134.285       C:\WINDOWS\System32
    76de0000 win32u.dll             6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\System32
    76e00000 profapi.dll            6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\System32
    76e20000 bcryptPrimitives.dll   6.2.17134.471       C:\WINDOWS\System32
    76eb0000 powrprof.dll           6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\System32
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    771b0000 mscms.dll              6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    77e00000 ColorAdapterClient.dll 6.2.17134.1         C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32
    7c000000 MSVCR70.dll            7.0.9466.0          C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32


    disassembling:
    [...]
    00586fec        call    +$4f059f ($a77590)     ; memset
    00586ff1        add     esp, $c
    00586ff4 8840   lea     eax, [ebp-$324]
    00586ffa 8838   mov     dword ptr [ebp-$324], $a
    00587004 8840   push    eax
    00587005        lea     edx, [ebp-$724]
    0058700b        push    edx
    0058700c        mov     ecx, [ebp+8]
    0058700f        mov     eax, [ecx+$22c]
    00587015        push    eax
    00587016      > call    dword ptr [$b38acc]    ; PTRobot_EnumDrives (PTRobot.dll)
    0058701c        mov     ebx, eax
    0058701e 8842   mov     al, [$ce7ae8]
    00587023        test    al, al
    00587025        jz      loc_587276
    0058702b 8844   mov     word ptr [ebp-$308], $a8
    00587034        lea     eax, [ebp-$78]
    00587037        call    -$183450 ($403bec)     ; dstring.h.System.AnsiString.Create
    0058703c        push    eax
    0058703d        lea     eax, [ebp-$74]
    00587040        inc     dword ptr [ebp-$2fc]
    [...]

     


  5. For some odd reason, even though I have used ImgBurn and my Primera Bravo for years, in the last 2 weeks I have started to get an error on loading of ImgBurn. Any ideas ? I get an "assistant" thing pop up at the start, not sure if it is from imgburn or windows.

    I 01:27:38 ImgBurn Version 2.5.8.0 started!
    I 01:27:38 Microsoft Windows 8 Core x64 Edition (6.2, Build 9200)
    I 01:27:38 Total Physical Memory: 16,735,172 KiB  -  Available: 5,421,156 KiB
    I 01:27:38 Initialising PTRobot...
    I 01:27:38 PT_SDK Version 1.6.2.0
    I 01:27:38 Initialising SPTI...
    I 01:27:38 Searching for Auto Loader devices...
    E 01:29:30 Device->Initialise() Runtime Exception!
    E 01:29:30 Device: Disc Publisher II 1.43 03/19/2008
    E 01:29:30 Exception: EAccessViolation
    E 01:29:30 This auto-loader will not be visible in the program.
    E 01:29:30 Device->Initialise() Failed!
    E 01:29:30 Device: Disc Publisher II 1.43 03/19/2008
    E 01:29:30 This auto-loader will not be visible in the program.
    I 01:29:30 Found 0 Auto Loaders!
    I 01:29:30 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...
    I 01:29:30 -> Drive 1 - Info: PIONEER BD-RW   BDR-206D 1.06-ID61 (O:) (SATA)
    I 01:29:30 -> Drive 2 - Info: PIONEER DVD-RW  DVR-112D 9.15 (Q:) (USB 2.0)
    I 01:29:31 -> Drive 3 - Info: ATAPI eHBU312   2 VL16 (T:) (USB 2.0)
    I 01:29:31 -> Drive 4 - Info: DVDFab Virtual Drive 1.1 (N:) (SCSI)
    I 01:29:31 Found 1 DVD±RW, 1 BD-ROM/HD DVD-ROM and 2 BD-REs!
     


  6. I have a Bravo II, is there any way to use IMGBurn to batch ISO up unprotected DVDs ? So if I were to put 25 DVDs in the hopper and then have IMGBurn just tell Bravo II to create an ISO of each one ? I don't care what it names each one, as I can rename them later. 

     

    I have the Auto Changer DLL's installed and have selected the Bravo. I can move one at a time, but can it batch ?

     

    EDIT : I think I am getting to grips with it now. Have to shoot off to bed but will carry on testing tomorrow, I have done 2 in a row so I think I have the hang of it now. 


  7. .....it takes ages as the buffers need to recover. I can't understand it. I have 2 IMG Burns running, and I have BD-ISOs on one HD. Sometimes 2 BD-ISOs can burn perfectly fine with no buffer problems, and other times it comes up with a "waiting for buffers to recover" message every minute or so. The confusing thing is all BD ISOs are on the same drive, so why does it sometimes make a difference ? I tried to increase the buffer to 600mb but it didn't seem to help.

     

    I burn both at 4x so they are not going too fast. One BD drive is external USB3 and the other BD drive internal SATA. My internal HD is SATA. 

     

    Any ideas what I can do ? Thanks. 


  8. The problem is the drive is 9tb with the entire RAID array and the speed is not going any higher than 5MB, to read and write that I would be there for over a week. I started off the test and saw the Highpoint RocketRaid log at the same time and it started to come up with errors on drive 2 again. So I am going to replace drive 2 and see what happens. Highpoint support say I am wrong for using desktop drives in a RAID5 array and that is the reason. I have bought a 3TB NAS drive to replace but I feel now I have probably made a mistake as 1 drive will now be different. 


  9. Thanks. It is very strange, all seems fine except for the log info, which said about bad sectors, the time looks to be the same as when I was burning the above disc, but the rest of the screens show the drives to be fine with no errors. I have done short life tests on all drives and they are fine. See all screen shots below.

     

    ====================================================================================================================

     

    This first screenshot shows poor read and write speeds from the RAID array........

     

    speed2.jpg

     

    ====================================================================================================================

     

    This screenshot shows the sector errors that seemed to happen at same time as disc burning and copying........

     

    speed3.jpg

     

     

    ====================================================================================================================

     

    This shows that everything seems to appear to be ok, smart wise. I don't know why this shows up as "None" for bad sectors as the log (above screenshot) shows fixed errors.

     

    speed4.jpg

     

    ====================================================================================================================

     

    General overview........

     

    speed5.jpg

    ====================================================================================================================

     

    Options I have........

     

    speed6.jpg


  10. EDIT : I have just noticed my RAID5 array is running at a max of 6MB/Sec as I tried to copy a folder to another drive. I presume that is the reason for the below problem ? Any ideas ? 

     

    sataspeed.jpg

     

     

    --------------------

     

    If I try and burn discs from my RAID5 drives, which I use as ISO archives, the burn takes ages as the buffer keeps going down. The stranger thing is it used to work I am sure. I am using Windows 7. 4x 3TB Raid Drives using a RocketRaid card. Intel i7. 16gb Ram. 64bit.  

     

    Any ideas ? Thanks. 

     

    I 03:39:42 ImgBurn Version 2.5.8.0 started!
    I 03:39:42 Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium x64 Edition (6.1, Build 7601 : Service Pack 1)
    I 03:39:42 Total Physical Memory: 16,735,740 KiB  -  Available: 12,207,572 KiB
    I 03:39:42 Initialising SPTI...
    I 03:39:42 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...
    I 03:39:42 -> Drive 1 - Info: PIONEER BD-RW   BDR-206D 1.06-ID61 (I:) (SATA)
    I 03:39:42 -> Drive 2 - Info: ATAPI eHBU312   2 VL16 (L:) (USB 3.0)
    I 03:39:42 Found 2 BD-REs!
    I 03:39:49 Operation Started!
    I 03:39:49 Source File: H:\ISO Images\XXXXX\XXXX\XXXXX.iso
    I 03:39:49 Source File Sectors: 2,200,416 (MODE1/2048)
    I 03:39:49 Source File Size: 4,506,451,968 bytes
    I 03:39:49 Source File Volume Identifier: DVD
    I 03:39:49 Source File Volume Set Identifier: 40231ED7RDUS0004
    I 03:39:49 Source File Implementation Identifier: Ulead Systems USA Inc.
    I 03:39:49 Source File File System(s): ISO9660, Joliet, UDF (1.02)
    I 03:39:49 Destination Device: [0:0:0] ATAPI eHBU312   2 VL16 (L:) (USB)
    I 03:39:49 Destination Media Type: DVD-R (Disc ID: RITEKG05)
    I 03:39:49 Destination Media Supported Write Speeds: 6x, 8x
    I 03:39:49 Destination Media Sectors: 2,298,496
    I 03:39:49 Write Mode: DVD
    I 03:39:49 Write Type: DAO
    I 03:39:49 Write Speed: 8x
    I 03:39:49 Link Size: Auto
    I 03:39:49 Lock Volume: Yes
    I 03:39:49 Test Mode: No
    I 03:39:49 OPC: No
    I 03:39:49 BURN-Proof: Enabled
    I 03:39:50 Write Speed Successfully Set! - Effective: 11,080 KB/s (8x)
    I 03:39:51 Filling Buffer... (253 MiB)
    I 03:41:18 Writing LeadIn...
    I 03:42:32 Writing Session 1 of 1... (1 Track, LBA: 0 - 2200415)
    I 03:42:32 Writing Track 1 of 1... (MODE1/2048, LBA: 0 - 2200415)
    W 03:45:00 Waiting for buffers to recover... (LBA: 408800)
    I 03:45:36 Writing Sectors...
    W 03:46:57 Waiting for buffers to recover... (LBA: 727712)
    I 03:48:09 Writing Sectors...
    W 03:50:55 Waiting for buffers to recover... (LBA: 1003712)
    I 03:51:53 Writing Sectors...
    W 03:53:25 Waiting for buffers to recover... (LBA: 1326592)
    I 03:54:16 Writing Sectors...
    W 03:55:28 Waiting for buffers to recover... (LBA: 1578080)
    I 03:56:04 Writing Sectors...
    W 03:58:59 Waiting for buffers to recover... (LBA: 2110720)
    I 04:00:11 Writing Sectors...
    I 04:00:33 Synchronising Cache...
    I 04:00:49 Exporting Graph Data...
    I 04:00:49 Graph Data File: C:\Users\XXXXXX\AppData\Roaming\ImgBurn\Graph Data Files\ATAPI_eHBU312_2_VL16_28-APRIL-2015_03-39_RITEKG05_8x.ibg
    I 04:00:49 Export Successfully Completed!
    I 04:00:49 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:21:00
    I 04:00:49 Average Write Rate: 4,074 KiB/s (3.0x) - Maximum Write Rate: 12,977 KiB/s (9.6x)

  11. I am recording DL-BD-Rs which take a good while to record, and sometimes I will come back to my PC during burning and find words to the effect of "failed to read from file : xxxxxxx.iso", giving me the option to retry. If I click retry nothing happens as the file still isn't there, but if I navigate to my external HDD in Windows Explorer, then wait 5 to 10 seconds for it to come alive again, then it is fine. I am taking a shot in the dark that Windows is putting it in power down or idle mode. I have told the power settings to to never turn off hard disks. So what is going on ? Also why isn't Windows 7 smart enough to know the drive is being used by IMG Burn so to keep the drive alive ? Surely reading from the drive is using it ? But maybe I am wrong in presuming it is down to power down, but the fact I can carry on burning when I click on the drive in Windows Explorer must mean it is being re-powered up or something.

     

    Any ideas how to keep the external HDD alive without being at the PC myself ? 

     

     


  12. It must have a weird filter driver installed or something similar and it's making out that the commands I'm issuing to burn the disc are completing successfully when they aren't. It's out of my hands I'm afraid.

     

    Thanks. Does this mean it is managing to unlock the drive even though IMGBurn has locked it ? 

     

    If you are ever bored and want to experiment, then they do trials of their software (Mastering Works 5, Authoring Works 5, and Smart Renderer 4), all three of those cause it.  


  13. I use IMGBurn version 2.5.7.0 on a Windows 7 64bit PC.

     

    My problem is that when trying to multi-task by using certain other software it will cause IMGBurn to finish a disc early but it makes out is has burnt correctly, when it hasn't. The culprits seem to be TMPGenc software, not just one of theirs, but any of theirs you can burn discs with. I often burn dual layers while making the next one in the TMPGenc software, to save on time. However if I am burning a disc in IMGBurn then get to the write page in TMPGEnc then the IMGBurn write will stop and say it has completed. Quite often I will have 20 dual layer discs to burn in a row, so if I don't multi-task then it can be 10 hours before I can use the PC again.

     

    Any ideas ? The log of the last incident it happened is below. The usual time for a burn of this type is 27 minutes, 15 minutes was far too quick and I remember it happening when it wasn't near the end in percentage.

     

    I 05:31:58 Operation Started!
    I 05:31:58 Source File: H:\ISO Images\DLfile.iso
    I 05:31:58 Source File Sectors: 3,773,168 (MODE1/2048)
    I 05:31:58 Source File Size: 7,727,448,064 bytes
    I 05:31:58 Source File Volume Identifier: DVDLabel
    I 05:31:58 Source File Volume Set Identifier: 3CEC2239RDUS0004
    I 05:31:58 Source File Implementation Identifier: Ulead Systems USA Inc.
    I 05:31:58 Source File File System(s): ISO9660, Joliet, UDF (1.02)
    I 05:31:58 Destination Device: [0:0:0] ATAPI eHBU312   2 VL12 (J:) (USB)
    I 05:31:58 Destination Media Type: DVD+R DL (Disc ID: MKM-003-00)
    I 05:31:58 Destination Media Supported Write Speeds: 4x, 6x, 8x
    I 05:31:58 Destination Media Sectors: 4,173,824
    I 05:31:58 Write Mode: DVD
    I 05:31:58 Write Type: DAO
    I 05:31:58 Write Speed: 4x
    I 05:31:58 DVD+R DL Reserve Track: No
    I 05:31:58 Link Size: Auto
    I 05:31:58 Lock Volume: Yes
    I 05:31:58 Test Mode: No
    I 05:31:58 OPC: No
    I 05:31:58 BURN-Proof: Enabled
    I 05:32:00 Write Speed Successfully Set! - Effective: 5,540 KB/s (4x)
    I 05:32:03 Optimal L1 Data Zone Start LBA: 1973216 (VTS_02, PGC: 13, Cell: 1, Vob/Cell ID: 13/1, Time: 00:00:00, SPLIP: No -> Yes)
    I 05:32:03 Optimal L0 Data Zone Capacity: 1,973,216
    I 05:32:03 Optimal L0 Data Zone Method: IFO Cell Boundary, 'SPLIP' Flag Not Set
    I 05:32:39 Set L0 Data Zone Capacity Succeeded!
    I 05:32:39 Filling Buffer... (253 MB)
    I 05:32:40 Writing LeadIn...
    I 05:32:41 Writing Session 1 of 1... (1 Track, LBA: 0 - 3773167)
    I 05:32:41 Writing Track 1 of 1... (MODE1/2048, LBA: 0 - 3773167)
    I 05:32:41 Writing Layer 0... (LBA: 0 - 1973215)
    I 05:44:49 Writing Layer 1... (LBA: 1973216 - 3773167)
    I 05:47:09 Synchronising Cache...
    I 05:47:10 Closing Track...
    I 05:47:11 Finalising Disc...
    I 05:47:12 Exporting Graph Data...
    I 05:47:12 Graph Data File: C:\Users\My Name\AppData\Roaming\ImgBurn\Graph Data Files\ATAPI_eHBU312_2_VL12_26-JULY-2013_05-31_MKM-003-00_4x.ibg
    I 05:47:12 Export Successfully Completed!
    I 05:47:12 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:15:14
    I 05:47:12 Average Write Rate: 8,703 KB/s (6.3x) - Maximum Write Rate: 348,964 KB/s (252.0x)
    I 05:47:26 Close Request Acknowledged
    I 05:47:26 Closing Down...
    I 05:47:26 Shutting down SPTI...
    I 05:47:26 ImgBurn closed!

  14. Thanks.The problem about energy saving is it happens at the same point, between 7 and 10% each time, so doesn't seem to be triggered by time. Also I can power it on and then straight away try to copy the folders and it will still happen. I have made sure I have "turn hard disks off" on "0" which puts it at "never". I have also changed the energy to not suspend USB. Everything works fine in the other PC, so it must be motherboard related but I am not sure how.

     

    I downloaded HD Tune and it instantly gives me a read error, not even 1 second in, it says "Read Error! Test Aborted" as soon as I click "Read Test" (although that may be because the drive is empty due to no data being able to be copied, unless it can read without data being on there). All internal drives work. I did a write test by deleting the partition, it got to 100mb on the graph and then gave a write error. I also just tried to copy the folder over manually to the HDD and I got the same error, drive doesn't exist, after about 10 seconds of copying. So I guess IMGBurn is just doing the same as what happens by Windows Explorer. For some odd reason I can't copy anything to the external drives without this error.

     

    Any other idea what it could be ? I am really stuck on what to do. I understand this is not an IMGBurn problem, but if you have any other ideas, it would be great, as I have many BD folders I need to put to disk. I know I could put the external drive inside, but there must be another way. Should I contact Gigabyte, or Scan where I got it from ? They pre-over clocked it for me, but the bios seems fine.

     

    Thanks again for your help.


  15. Hi. Thanks for any help you can give, this problem is driving me up the wall, as I can usually fix all problems I encounter but this one has me beat.

     

    I have tried to use both the onboard chipset and also an internal USB 3.0 card, problem happens with both. The page for the motherboard I use is : http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4139#ov

     

    The page for the USB 3.0 card that I have also tried is (currently removed as I was testing if it made any difference being taken out, and it doesn't) : http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=3315#ov

     

    I just re-did the IMGBurn to get an error at the exact time I can check the event viewer, and this is what it says under "Warning"........

     

    Log Name: System

    Source: Disk

    Date: 26/08/2012 23:58:07

    Event ID: 51

    Task Category: None

    Level: Warning

    Keywords: Classic

    User: N/A

    Computer: IvyBridgePC

    Description:

    An error was detected on device \Device\Harddisk5\DR7 during a paging operation.

    Event Xml:

    <Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">

    <System>

    <Provider Name="Disk" />

    <EventID Qualifiers="32772">51</EventID>

    <Level>3</Level>

    <Task>0</Task>

    <Keywords>0x80000000000000</Keywords>

    <TimeCreated SystemTime="2012-08-26T22:58:07.775995700Z" />

    <EventRecordID>2440</EventRecordID>

    <Channel>System</Channel>

    <Computer>IvyBridgePC</Computer>

    <Security />

    </System>

    <EventData>

    <Data>\Device\Harddisk5\DR7</Data>

    <Binary>040080000100000000000000330004802D0100000E0000C0000000000000000000000000000000000F3E020000000000FFFFFFFF01000000580000080000000000200A1280032040000000003C00000000000F0000000000C8A53F0D80FAFFFF0000000000000000104A420D80FAFFFFB09A440D80FAFFFFBF196800000000002A00006819BF00008000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000</Binary>

    </EventData>

    </Event>

     

    -----------------------

     

    Here is the latest log from IMGBurn so you can match up the times to see if relevant..........

     

    I 23:57:03 ImgBurn Version 2.5.7.0 started!

    I 23:57:03 Microsoft Windows 7 Enterprise x64 Edition (6.1, Build 7601 : Service Pack 1)

    I 23:57:03 Total Physical Memory: 16,738,040 KB - Available: 14,856,244 KB

    I 23:57:03 Initialising SPTI...

    I 23:57:03 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...

    I 23:57:03 -> Drive 1 - Info: PIONEER BD-RW BDR-206D 1.06 (H:) (SATA)

    I 23:57:03 -> Drive 2 - Info: HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GE20NU11 CN01 (I:) (USB)

    I 23:57:03 Found 1 DVD±RW/RAM and 1 BD-RE!

    I 23:57:10 Operation Started!

    I 23:57:10 Building Image Tree...

    I 23:57:11 Calculating Totals...

    I 23:57:11 Preparing Image...

    I 23:57:11 Contents: 29 Files, 15 Folders

    I 23:57:11 Content Type: BD Video

    I 23:57:11 Data Type: MODE1/2048

    I 23:57:11 File System(s): UDF (2.50)

    I 23:57:11 Volume Label: [Not Configured]

    I 23:57:11 Size: 23,569,146,428 bytes

    I 23:57:11 Sectors: 11,508,390

    I 23:57:11 Image Size: 23,570,219,008 bytes

    I 23:57:11 Image Sectors: 11,508,896

    I 23:57:11 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:00:00

    I 23:57:27 Operation Started!

    I 23:57:27 Building Image Tree...

    I 23:57:58 Calculating Totals...

    I 23:57:58 Preparing Image...

    I 23:57:58 Contents: 29 Files, 15 Folders

    I 23:57:58 Content Type: BD Video

    I 23:57:58 Data Type: MODE1/2048

    I 23:57:58 File System(s): UDF (2.50)

    I 23:57:58 Volume Label: Blu-Ray 1 Folder

    I 23:57:58 Size: 23,569,146,428 bytes

    I 23:57:58 Sectors: 11,508,390

    I 23:57:58 Image Size: 23,570,219,008 bytes

    I 23:57:58 Image Sectors: 11,508,896

    I 23:58:01 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:00:34

    I 23:58:01 Operation Started!

    I 23:58:01 Image Contents: 29 Files, 15 Folders

    I 23:58:01 Image Sectors: 11,508,896 (MODE1/2048)

    I 23:58:01 Image Size: 23,570,219,008 bytes

    I 23:58:01 Image Volume Identifier: Blu-Ray 1 Folder

    I 23:58:01 Image Volume Set Identifier: 411ABF2D00AF9C26

    I 23:58:01 Image Application Identifier: ImgBurn v2.5.7.0

    I 23:58:01 Image Implementation Identifier: ImgBurn

    I 23:58:01 Image File System(s): UDF (2.50)

    I 23:58:01 Destination File: J:\Test.iso

    I 23:58:01 Destination Free Space: 1,500,159,418,368 Bytes (1,464,999,432.00 KB) (1,430,663.51 MB) (1,397.13 GB)

    I 23:58:01 Destination File System: NTFS

    I 23:58:01 File Splitting: Auto

    I 23:58:01 Writing Image...

    E 23:58:16 Failed to Write to File: J:\Test.iso

    E 23:58:16 Reason: The device is not ready.

    E 23:58:16 Operation Failed! - Duration: 00:00:15

    E 23:58:16 Average Write Rate: 143,496 KB/s (31.9x) - Maximum Write Rate: 143,496 KB/s (31.9x)


  16. PC - i7, 16gb, Gigabyte Z77X-UD5H

     

    I have just made a new PC, and earlier today I tried to copy a BD folder to my external HDD by using the "Create Image File From...." option. But everytime I do this it cuts out near the start (around 7% to 10% in) and says the device is not ready, and then I can't access the drive any more as it vanishes from windows explorer. It always happens when the buffer kicks in, before that it is at 0%. I know it isn't the external HDD as I connected it to my other PC and did the same test, and it copied fine. But this also means it can't be a general fault with IMGBurn, as I used that on my other PC (one version older but I doubt that makes any difference). Also it works when copying from internal drive to another internal.

     

    The annoying thing is I just formatted my entire C drive and reinstalled Windows 7 as I assumed that would fix it, but I have the exact same problem still. So if that doesn't fix it, what can ? I have installed the latest chipset and USB drivers. I made sure I tested it after formatting and freshly installing Win7 again with only the latest USB drivers installed and nothing else, in case of conflicts, but still no joy. I have tried both Win 7 with and without service pack and latest updates and fixes.

     

    What could the reason be that I get the error when the buffer kicks in ? I remember a couple of days ago when I first made the PC I copied stuff across from the ext HDD to my internal one (just using Windows Explorer) and sometimes it would cut out, if I copied 1TB for instance, often it would cut out at some point saying the drive no longer existed, then I would have to reboot the external dock/hdd to get it back again, the speed was good though. Also other times I would see the files in the HDD, but when I went to click a file it would say it doesn't exist, until I turn the drive back on again. Same happens to the external DVD drive that is connected via USB 2.

     

    I have tried different HDDs, leads, sockets, USb 2 instead of 3, a hub, and even a different dock. But as I say, all works fine on my other PC with same HDD, lead and a version of IMGBurn. This happens with both USB 2 and 3, as I have tried different sockets and a 7 port hub.

     

    I am completely baffled, I have no idea what I can do. Any ideas ? Below is the log.

     

    I 23:22:06 ImgBurn Version 2.5.7.0 started!

    I 23:22:06 Microsoft Windows 7 Enterprise x64 Edition (6.1, Build 7601 : Service Pack 1)

    I 23:22:06 Total Physical Memory: 16,738,040 KB - Available: 15,344,100 KB

    I 23:22:06 Initialising SPTI...

    I 23:22:06 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...

    I 23:22:06 -> Drive 1 - Info: PIONEER BD-RW BDR-206D 1.06 (H:) (SATA)

    I 23:22:06 -> Drive 2 - Info: HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GE20NU11 CN01 (I:) (USB)

    I 23:22:06 Found 1 DVD±RW/RAM and 1 BD-RE!

    I 23:23:07 Operation Started!

    I 23:23:07 Building Image Tree...

    I 23:23:08 Corrected file system selection for Blu-ray Video disc.

    I 23:23:08 Corrected UDF revision selection for Blu-ray Video disc.

    I 23:23:08 Calculating Totals...

    I 23:23:08 Preparing Image...

    I 23:23:08 Contents: 29 Files, 15 Folders

    I 23:23:08 Content Type: BD Video

    I 23:23:08 Data Type: MODE1/2048

    I 23:23:08 File System(s): UDF (2.50)

    I 23:23:08 Volume Label: [Not Configured]

    I 23:23:08 Size: 23,569,146,428 bytes

    I 23:23:08 Sectors: 11,508,390

    I 23:23:08 Image Size: 23,570,219,008 bytes

    I 23:23:08 Image Sectors: 11,508,896

    I 23:23:08 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:00:01

    I 23:23:20 Operation Started!

    I 23:23:20 Building Image Tree...

    I 23:23:22 Calculating Totals...

    I 23:23:22 Preparing Image...

    I 23:23:22 Contents: 29 Files, 15 Folders

    I 23:23:22 Content Type: BD Video

    I 23:23:22 Data Type: MODE1/2048

    I 23:23:22 File System(s): UDF (2.50)

    I 23:23:22 Volume Label: Blu-Ray 1 Folder

    I 23:23:22 Size: 23,569,146,428 bytes

    I 23:23:22 Sectors: 11,508,390

    I 23:23:22 Image Size: 23,570,219,008 bytes

    I 23:23:22 Image Sectors: 11,508,896

    I 23:23:23 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:00:02

    I 23:23:23 Operation Started!

    I 23:23:23 Image Contents: 29 Files, 15 Folders

    I 23:23:23 Image Sectors: 11,508,896 (MODE1/2048)

    I 23:23:23 Image Size: 23,570,219,008 bytes

    I 23:23:23 Image Volume Identifier: Blu-Ray 1 Folder

    I 23:23:23 Image Volume Set Identifier: 411ABAEA00AF9C26

    I 23:23:23 Image Application Identifier: ImgBurn v2.5.7.0

    I 23:23:23 Image Implementation Identifier: ImgBurn

    I 23:23:23 Image File System(s): UDF (2.50)

    I 23:23:23 Destination File: J:\Test.iso

    I 23:23:23 Destination Free Space: 1,500,159,418,368 Bytes (1,464,999,432.00 KB) (1,430,663.51 MB) (1,397.13 GB)

    I 23:23:23 Destination File System: NTFS

    I 23:23:23 File Splitting: Auto

    I 23:23:23 Writing Image...

    E 23:24:00 Failed to Write to File: J:\Test.iso

    E 23:24:00 Reason: The device is not ready.

    E 23:24:00 Operation Failed! - Duration: 00:00:36

    E 23:24:00 Average Write Rate: 51,994 KB/s (11.6x) - Maximum Write Rate: 123,325 KB/s (27.4x)


  17. All 16x Verbatim discs I burn on my USB2 LG drive come out like this...........

     

    post-8671-0-80334300-1340409207_thumb.png

     

    Where-as on my internal Pioneer BD-R drive the same Verbatim 16x comes out like this........

     

    post-8671-0-10617700-1340409284_thumb.png

     

    Burning at 8x on my Pioneer BD-R drive comes out like this...........

     

    post-8671-0-54822800-1340409389_thumb.png

     

    I have tried to use Opti Drive Control but am told neither of my drives support jitter tests.

     

    My discs are Verbatim MCC03RG20 DVD-R

    My external LG drive is : HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GE20NU11 CN01

    My internal Pioneer drive is : PIONEER BD-RW BDR-206D 1.06

     

    Here is a shot of a Ritek G05 at 8x on my LG external drive...........

     

    post-8671-0-75105000-1340409674_thumb.png

     

     

    So any idea whether the Verbatims are looking ok on there ? I used to use G05 all the time but just changed to Verbatim DVD-R today, so am hoping tests look ok. On the pics above the G05 one looks so clear and smooth, but is that irrelevant ? I can't imagine my drives coping with G05 better than Verbatims.

     

    Thanks all !!


  18. Thanks for your help. You are right that I don't need to read from a disc made in TMPGEnc as I can make it create a folder, I think I can even make it create an ISO too, but I started to make them via direct to blu-ray so it was just about older discs I had created. Now I am creating a folder and burning with IMGBurn, as I type in fact.

     

    There is a 14 days trial of TMPGEnc Authoring Works, obviously depending on if you have time and how your research process is, but maybe worth doing a quick test on there to see ? Obviously I don't mean for my benefit, but just if it helps you know more about the format. Looking at the STREAM folder it seems very similar to normal track blu-rays. What I have noticed in TMPGEnc is that on the left you have "add track" and you can do that or just put them all within the first track, but it won't let you change each video's separate bitrate if you have them within 1 track.

     

    Here is link to demo : http://tmpgenc.pegasys-inc.com/en/download/taw5.html

     

    Well the good news is I just tested back the IMGburn ISO and it works fine, as expected.

     

    Thanks !


  19. When I create a blu-ray in TMPGEnc Authoring Works I find I can't make an ISO from them in IMGBurn as it says it is a multi-track blu-ray so can only create a bin image. Can someone explain to me what a multi-track blu-ray is ? When I create multiple episode blu-rays in other software it is fine, so I don't think it is just down to the fact more than 1 episode or movie is on the disc. What I do find different in TMPGEnc is that it allows me to change the bitrate and resolution for each video file (but not the PAL/NTSC format), where-as other software doesn't. Is this the difference ? Is multi-track as compatible as single track ?

     

    Thanks for any help !!

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