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Not a Valid IFO file

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I 13:40:39 ImgBurn Version 2.5.0.0 started!

I 13:40:39 Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic Edition (6.0, Build 6001 : Service Pack 1)

I 13:40:39 Total Physical Memory: 1,963,340 KB - Available: 1,414,032 KB

I 13:40:39 Initialising SPTI...

I 13:40:39 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...

I 13:40:39 Found 1 DVD

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That's what happen when you download things.

 

If it says the file isn't valid then it's not valid. Be thankful that it told you.

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It was recommended by everyone at the private site I am with, but no one there has run into this yet. Since they all download from there, there must be another problem. I can't even burn an image, nevermind burn it to a DVD.

 

Anyone else have a suggestion on how to fix this?

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You have an invalid IFO file, how you deal with that is beyond the scope of that forum.

 

ImgBurn expects you to have a compliant set of DVD Video files and so basically you're out of luck until you fix the problem.

 

FYI: My test for a valid IFO file simply checks that the file contains the correct header - because it then has to update certain fields in the file so it points to the correct sectors when playing what you know as VOB files.

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If you DO own the DVD as you claim, re-rip from the original. Why would anyone download a DVD that they already owned?

 

(Please insert fishy emoticon)

 

Regards

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