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hello.

 

Today i tryed to burn the movie jumpern and when i saw it, it burned very slow. the burner is a samsung SH-S182F. Even if i burn at 8x or 56x its burn 1% all the time and the buffert on imgburn is 100%. My pc is new and this is the first time something like this happend, what shall i do? i have the newest firmware for my burner...

 

Thanks in advance

 

edit: here is a picture for more specific info about the burner.

 

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Welcome to the forum.

 

Check DMA for your drive(see my sig)and post a log from Imgburn, they are found at Help->Imgburn logs

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hello. i already have it on DMA mode and here is the log:

 

http://www.speedyshare.com/239663627.html

 

this is the first time something like this happens to me :( it usally take 6 mins to burn a movie now it take to 15 minutes and the buffer is always on 100%. i hope you can help my guys i am counting on you.

 

thx

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That is not the log. It is a shortcut!!!!

 

Please go to Help - ImgBurn Logs and simply cut and paste the log into your reply (no need for links)

 

Regards

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We don't need a log to download, we need the log pasted here in this thread. Highlight all the text, right click and copy...then paste right here in this thread.

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15 minutes isn't an exceptionally long time for a burn, have you tinkered with the burn speed by accident perhaps?

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15 minutes isn't an exceptionally long time for a burn, have you tinkered with the burn speed by accident perhaps?

 

Oh ofcourse i gonna paste it here! and no i never played with anyting, i just yesterday sat down and wanted to burn a movie and i saw it very slow and i didn't know what to do :(

 

[log removed - see post a few below]

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15 minutes isn't an exceptionally long time for a burn, have you tinkered with the burn speed by accident perhaps?

 

no i never played with anything, i just sat down yesterday i wanted to burn a movie and i saw this :(

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Are you posting because your 4x DVD+RW won't burn faster than 4x?!

 

If you want to burn faster find a disc that supports faster speeds.

 

When you do, please copy + paste the log (from the log window - click the 'View' menu to enable it) if you run into a problem.

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Are you posting because your 4x DVD+RW won't burn faster than 4x?!

 

If you want to burn faster find a disc that supports faster speeds.

 

When you do, please copy + paste the log (from the log window - click the 'View' menu to enable it) if you run into a problem.

 

here is the log

 

 

; //****************************************\\

; ImgBurn Version 2.4.0.0 - Log

; m

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i always burn my dvd+rw on 8x and it only burns on 6min or so and now its 15 min...i didnt do anything to the burner...

 

Hej! :)

 

Perhaps this time you burnt more data on the disc than the days before.

 

Those discs can't burn anything faster than 4x.

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i always burn my dvd+rw on 8x and it only burns on 6min or so and now its 15 min...i didnt do anything to the burner...

 

Hej! :)

 

Perhaps this time you burnt more data on the disc than the days before.

 

Those discs can't burn anything faster than 4x.

 

Tjenare!

 

But for a week ago i burned at 8x and it worked very well..but if i burn at 4x it dont have to take 15 minutes...its a new pc and i never had a problem with it before...

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1x speed = 1 hour

4x speed = 15 min

 

I 19:29:15 Destination Media Type: DVD+RW (Disc ID: PHILIPS-041-00) (Speeds: 2,4x; 4x) <<-- that is supported write speed for your discs.

 

RW discs (

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1x speed = 1 hour

4x speed = 15 min

 

I 19:29:15 Destination Media Type: DVD+RW (Disc ID: PHILIPS-041-00) (Speeds: 2,4x; 4x) <<-- that is supported write speed for your discs.

 

RW discs (

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I 23:29:20 Destination Media Type: DVD-R (Disc ID: MCC 03RG20) (Speeds: 4x; 8x; 12x; 16x; 18x)

 

I 23:29:20 Write Speed: 8x

 

Du har en Samsung br

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Lycka Till

 

At least I know what that means.... =))

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Ain't it great we have the Scandanavian forum built in here?

 

Lickya till ....

 

Regards

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although Cynthia can answer you, none of the rest of us can follow the thread anymore

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Hello and thank you very much chythia for your help, i am sorry we communciate in swedish but that's the best way i understand.

 

Chytina: tack jag ladda ner

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Thanks I downloaded the translation file. But if I put my DVD +RW discs in another burner then they will still burn at 15 min? But if I buy new DVD +RW's it's not going to be the same issue?
Yes, they will still burn at the same max rate 4x. It's not the burner that is the limit - it's the discs. You should be able to find 8x +RW discs or 6x -RW discs in certain shops and those should burn faster. But they are more expensive than the 4x discs.

 

Ja, de vill fortfarande br

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