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Well, today I justd installed my new BluRay-Recorder (Pioneer BDR-209EBK)

So burning starts and works. As I always choose the option "verify", during the burning process there is reached the point "Cycling Tray before Verify..." and at this point of the process nothing else happens. What means: The drive doesn't open for cycling - at least not during the first five minutes - altough it worked fine before with other drives.

What I did so far: uninstalling and new installing of ImgBurn

When this happened for the first time, before I un- and reinstalled, I simply killed the program. The only confusing thing then was that altough I killed the program, it's process still was running and I had no access to the drive. So I had to kill the process, too, and the result was a well burnt BluRay.

But as I am used to use verify (easier than to check every disc in the BluRay-Player first), I would appreciate support what goes wrong and how I could change this!

Thanks in advance!

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Next time you burn, press the F8 key before the point where it cycles the tray. That'll enable I/O debug mode (confirm it via the Log window) and more will be added to the log.

Once it's stuck, save the log and upload it here on the forum please.

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I don't know what changed since yesterday! Can't see any updates or something else, but today it works! I am a little bit confused about that fact but HAPPY :-)

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Maybe you rebooted your machine?

There's no reason for it to get stuck where it did.... it would have been due to something outside of ImgBurn, but a bit more info (in the form of a debug enabled log) would have helped me to help you figure out what it might be.

Hopefully it stays working ok for you now.

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I rebooted several times already yesterday but nothing changed. Then I had to as I even couldn't kill the process of ImgBurn...

But there might be kind of a windows-reason: Yesteraday I only rebooted, when I was done, I drove down the system. Maybe driving down and reboot causes different actions? WHo knows.. but as long as the problem is solved, I don't care anymore before it happens the next time :-)

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That would have power cycled the drive I guess - something a restart doesn't do.

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Yes, sometimes it's best to power cycle the PC when dealing with optical drive problems.  Sometimes cycling the entire PC power clears out the occasional cobweb that causes an issue.

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