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ImgBurn v2.4.4.0 does it work or make coasters?

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ImgBurn v2.4.4.0

 

i have a vista 64 computer and i just want to make blu-ray data DVDs

how well does this work?

blu-ray discs make expensive coasters!

thanks all

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ImgBurn v2.4.4.0

 

i have a vist 64 computer and i just want to make blu-ray data DVDs

how well does this work?

blu-ray discs make expensive coasters!

thanks all

 

Dunno how to respond to that.... <_<

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It can only ever work as well as the rest of your system.

 

Burn to a BD-RE first and make sure you're using decent BD-R that your drive actually likes burning to.

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It can only ever work as well as the rest of your system.

 

Burn to a BD-RE first and make sure you're using decent BD-R that your drive actually likes burning to.

 

that sounds like a "get out of any resposibility" clause

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I'm not responsible for you having a crap setup, shit drive, old firmware or using crappy media.

 

After that, ImgBurn is as reliable as I can possibly make it. It never fails me but then I don't have any of the above.

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It can only ever work as well as the rest of your system.

 

Burn to a BD-RE first and make sure you're using decent BD-R that your drive actually likes burning to.

 

that sounds like a "get out of any resposibility" clause

It doe'snt intentionally make coasters............. is that better ? . It does make exceeedingly good dvd's,cd's,bluray discs,iso's but if you put the wrong ingrediants in , it will try and make the best of what it was given.

 

follow all the related guides in the guides section of the forum, and follow Lightning_UK's advice above with a BD-RE disc and you should get a result.

 

In the event you get a problem , post the log file in a thread and we will try to help you.

 

In the event that thats not good enough for you, question yourself as to whether you want to try bluray burning ......... everything has a risk element in life

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And what discs do you have?

 

Personally I wouldn't waste my time with anything other than Verbatims.

 

Have you updated the firmware on the drive?

 

How is it plugged into your PC? USB or eSATA?

 

Have you tried burning a BD-RE with it using ImgBurn? If not, that's the first thing you should do.

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