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ImgBurn freezing when opening the file

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Hi...

 

I already wrote once that I have problems with variations in Device Buffer and I think the problem is with SATA, because through IDE is everything ok.

(Apparently because I do not have AHCI...)

 

 

 

But now I have another problem, of ImgBurn freezes when unable to open an ISO file.

My link

ImgBurn must be forcibly shut down...but windows and other programs normally work on.

 

Approximately 3-4 times to re-start, but it happens the same.

Only after several attempts it succeeds.

 

It is between these two issues same link?

 

Thanks (and sory for poor English, because my assistant was just "google translate":)

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ImgBurn uses standard Windows open file dialog, so some extension you have installed on your system is messing up that function.

 

One workaround is to double click on the ISO image in Windows Explorer/My Computer and that will open ImgBurn with that image loaded.

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ImgBurn uses standard Windows open file dialog, so some extension you have installed on your system is messing up that function.

 

One workaround is to double click on the ISO image in Windows Explorer/My Computer and that will open ImgBurn with that image loaded.

 

Yes, it's possible.

And..Do you have experience, which may cause errors in Windows open file dialog?

 

Thanks for the advice.

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I've never had that problem myself, but I'm sure if you search with Google you can find some answers, probably in your own language too :)

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Ok,You might think it is a disorder of Windows 7 .. I Try searching the Internet.

 

And mmalves,

Do you think this error relates to that?

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Thank you very :thumbup:

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