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Hi. I downloaded the ImgBurn software yesterday and so this is my firt attempt at burning an ISO image. I am a complete novice in this area, so please treat ma as though I know nothing (because it's true).  I am using Verbatim DVD+R DL (#43667) (8x).  I have produced an ISO using Photdex PorShow Producer (which have now gone out of business). When attempting to burn the ISO file, ImgBurn keeps giving me a message "Optional L! Data Zone Not Found! (VTS-05).  Can you please explain inbasic English what this message means? Does it mean that ProShow software is at fult, is it the type of disc I am using, etc?  Any assistance would be really appreciated.

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ImgBurn_log_20210408_02.log

ImgBurn_log_20210408_02.log

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You could try this, though the efficacy is probably 50/50.  Explore the contents of the ISO in Windows/File Explorer, assuming your version of Windows is current enough that it natively supports navigating ISO files.  Then, copy and paste the contents of the ISO to somewhere else temporarily.  Then, use Build mode to add the contents you just copied into a new ISO.  Try creating a new ISO and see if that helps.  It may not.

 

If that doesn't work, download a piece of free software (It's ancient but it still works.) called DVDShrink.  Use DVDShrink to create a new VIDEO_TS, but make sure you choose No Compression.  Then, use Build mode to create a new ISO with this new VIDEO_TS folder created by DVDShrink.  Again, it's probability of success is 50/50.  It may simply be there's nothing you can do based on how the original DVD was created.

 

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Hi Thanks very much for your response. After some reading, I managed to create the build and everything went smoothly until the second part of writing to the disc.  Please see error message attached. Are you able to explain the eroor message to a novice like me?  I only complied with your first paragrph as I do not know how to create  a VIDEO_TS folder, as everything has previously been done for me in ProShow Producer.  Many thans for your assistance thus far.

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I have a pretty good idea what caused that error, but I'll need to see the entire log for the attempted operation.  Under Help, choose ImgBurn Logs and open the Log file, which opens in your default text file editor for logs for editing.  Find the portion of the log for this failed burn and copy and paste that section into a new post.

 

From what I did see in the screenshot you posted, it looks like the Write operation failed at the layer change.  That is generally the result of using cheap discs, which the log will tell me what you used.  Which I have a feeling is CMC media.  Probably Life Series Verbatim from a brick and mortar store.  Even if it isn't cheap media being used, it's some kind of conflict between your drive and the discs you're using.  Something wrong in the firmware.

 

Anyway, post the Log portion and I'll be able to tell what discs you used and/or go from there.

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Hi  Thanks for your coninued help.  Please see below extract from the log.

 15:17:52 Device Ready!
I 15:18:02 Operation Started!
I 15:18:02 Source Device: [0:0:0] hp CDDVDW TS-L633R 0400 (K:) (USB)
I 15:18:02 Source Media Type: DVD+R DL (Book Type: DVD-ROM) (Disc ID: MKM-003-00)
I 15:18:02 Source Media Supported Read Speeds: 4x, 6x, 8x
I 15:18:02 Source Media Supported Write Speeds: 3x, 4x, 6x
I 15:18:02 Source Media Sectors: 3,951,808 (Track Path: OTP - L0: 1,975,904 - L1: 1,975,904)
I 15:18:02 Source Media Size: 8,093,302,784 bytes
I 15:18:02 Image File: C:\Users\Terry Lakey\Documents\MOVIE ROOT.MDS
I 15:18:02 Image File Sectors: 3,951,808 (MODE1/2048)
I 15:18:02 Image File Size: 8,093,302,784 bytes
I 15:18:02 Image File Volume Identifier: VIDEO_TS
I 15:18:02 Image File Volume Set Identifier: 52887449003C4CB7
I 15:18:02 Image File Application Identifier: IMGBURN V2.5.8.0 - THE ULTIMATE IMAGE BURNER!
I 15:18:02 Image File Implementation Identifier: ImgBurn
I 15:18:02 Image File File System(s): ISO9660, UDF (1.02)
I 15:18:02 Read Speed (Data/Audio): MAX / MAX
I 15:18:03 Read Speed - Effective: 3.3x - 8x, 8x - 3.3x
I 15:18:03 Verifying Session 1 of 1... (1 Track, LBA: 0 - 3951807)
I 15:18:03 Verifying Track 1 of 1... (MODE1/2048, LBA: 0 - 3951807)
I 15:18:03 Verifying Layer 0... (LBA: 0 - 1975903)
I 15:26:31 Verifying Layer 1... (LBA: 1975904 - 3951807)
W 15:26:59 Failed to Read Sectors 2008960 - 2008991 - Reason: L-EC Uncorrectable Error
W 15:27:09 Failed to Read Sector 2008960 - Reason: L-EC Uncorrectable Error
W 15:27:09 Sector 2008960 maps to File: \VIDEO_TS\VTS_05_1.VOB
W 15:38:30 Retrying (1)...
W 15:38:38 Retry Failed - Reason: L-EC Uncorrectable Error
W 15:38:53 Failed to Read Sector 2008960 - Reason: L-EC Uncorrectable Error
W 15:38:53 Sector 2008960 maps to File: \VIDEO_TS\VTS_05_1.VOB
W 15:39:03 Failed to Read Sector 2008961 - Reason: L-EC Uncorrectable Error
W 15:39:03 Sector 2008961 maps to File: \VIDEO_TS\VTS_05_1.VOB
E 15:40:13 Failed to Read Sector 2008961 - Reason: L-EC Uncorrectable Error
E 15:40:13 Sector 2008961 maps to File: \VIDEO_TS\VTS_05_1.VOB
E 15:40:13 Failed to Verify Sectors!
I 15:40:14 Exporting Graph Data...
I 15:40:14 Graph Data File: C:\Users\Terry Lakey\AppData\Roaming\ImgBurn\Graph Data Files\hp_CDDVDW_TS-L633R_0400_08-APRIL-2021_14-42_MKM-003-00_MAX.ibg
I 15:40:14 Export Successfully Completed!
E 15:40:14 Operation Failed! - Duration: 00:22:10
I 15:40:14 Average Verify Rate: 3,023 KiB/s (2.2x) - Maximum Verify Rate: 10,978 KiB/s (8.1x)
I 15:40:19 Close Request Acknowledged
I 15:40:19 Closing Down...
I 15:40:22 Shutting down SPTI...
I 15:40:23 ImgBurn closed!

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You missed the burning bit out from the log.

Your screenshots suggest you're burning at max speed, which is 6x for your drive with that media.

It might be worth trying one of the other supported speeds - listed in the box on the right when you're in Write mode with a blank disc in the drive.

Using MAX / 6x, your drive appears to have done a bad job of burning the disc and it's unable to read it back nicely / properly.

To rebuild an ISO with a problem like that, mount it in Explorer, fire up ImgBurn and go into Build mode. Point the 'Source' box at the virtual drive now visible in Explorer (from you mounting the ISO), click 'Start'. No need to copy anything anywhere else etc or make another ISO - unless you want to do that of course.

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Interesting.  It's not what I thought.  You're not using cheap media.  It's the quality Verbatim MKM discs.

 

Try doing as LUK said and adjusting to a slower speed for writing if your drive will allow it; it may not.

 

Try also seeing if there's a firmware update available.  There probably isn't and even if it is, it probably won't address the issue.  In Write mode, right click on the drive and choose the last item in the context menu for checking for a firmware update.

 

If using a slower speed doesn't work and there's no firmware update that helps, you will need to try a different USB burner.  One problem that could be causing it is your burner, the TS-L633R, is a slim model drive.  Slim model drives are generally junk.  Trying getting a half height USB drive.  Or get a half height internal drive and put it in a USB enclosure.  You will probably need to try a different drive, anyway, as the TS-L633R is having incompatibility issues with the MKM media you're trying to use, which generally means you will need to try a different drive.

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