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  1. burn = good disc............maybe burn + verify = good disc ...............YES if drive opens AND closes after burn , verify will tell you if disc = good or bad . if drive no open after burn, then Verify will tell you disc is good anyway, but not tell proper truth Nero just tell you it a good burn anyway without checking = waste of time, no good Big boss man win me with typing faster
  2. you need to post a log file of the burn for us. what formats of DVD will your car dvd player play ? does it do -R or +R or both ? refer to the handook for this info. Most PC drives will handle both formats these days, so if youve done it properley ( used ImgBurn), then its probably only a matter of you using the wrong format of disc for your car
  3. so did my car untill i put diesel in instead of petrol ! your right, your using a BAD dvd disc , change to verbatim 2.4x made in Singapore with disc ID of MKM-001
  4. >only slightly late< HAPPY BELATED BIRTHDAY CORNY Hope it was a good one for ya
  5. all these new "sub"notebooks have small processers and small amounts of RAM , where a normal size notebook will happily write at 4x-8x i would guess these new variants of notebook will struggle to sustain 4x . Uisng a IDE to USB adaptor is going to be slower than a direct USB 2 connection anyway, possibly why the device buffer is always running so slow. Without a log file its just a guessing game , if you go to Main Menu -> Help -> ImgBurn Logs you will find all the logs from past burns, so dig one of those out and post it for us to check for you.
  6. Your using a USB external drive then ? The error message your getting is down to the chipset within the external drive .
  7. How about you post a log file from one of these burns where the verify fails ?, it would help us to help you
  8. As its to large for single layer, IB decided to create an .mds file , which as Loco said unless your burning Dual layer , it doesnt matter. Your ISO IS a dual layer size project, so the .MDS file you have will hold all the info about the layer break
  9. go back to Verbatim and heed all the warnings in the forum about ONLY using verbatim for DL . verbs with 2.4x ( ONLY) , made in singapore with disc ID of MKM-001 Your problem is purely down to the low quality of the TDK media
  10. try cleaning the disc as well , but still buy decent discs as loco told you above
  11. then theres always the " we dont support older versions" answer, in which case lots of people would never get an answer when they do come across a problem, even if it turns out to be not an ImgBurn related problem
  12. ONLY Verbatim DVD+R 8.5GB Double Layer 2.4xspeed (media code: MKM-001) Made in Singapore
  13. disc writes ok, it's your drive cannot read back from those discs. Its only failing in the verify process. Discs should play ok on a differant player
  14. :happybday: Happy Birthday mmalves , have a great day
  15. change your discs to Verbatim 2.4x made in singapore with the disc ID of MKM-001. then all will be well
  16. @shadowcaster same for you as GregP, can you post a log file for us to work with please @GregP you was asked to provide a log file , which you said you was unable todo so at the time. However, we didnt have anything to go on as you didnt post the info afterwards either, how can anyone help you if you wont help them to help you ? You say your media is "of the highest quality imported from japan because of its reliability, but fails at the same sector each time". This sounds like media being at fault, or maybe the drive has a fault, again without the log file we can only guess. Im curious as to what the media is that you use though ?
  17. have you tried cleaning the lense on the burner ? Its a straight forward error with the disc not being recognised within the first few sectors of burning. Are they Singapore discs or Indian ones ? are they a new spindle/batch of discs ? Both the above come to mind because the disc ID is MKM-001-00 , note the 00 on the end of mkm-001 - what about sp3 though ?
  18. I was going to say ImgBurn is on the list in the link you posted , wanted to be sure you didnt have to encode the file first
  19. what exactly do you mean by blu ray transport stream ?, do you mean a .TS file the same as you get off a PVR recorder ?
  20. process of elimination , does this happen with BOTH of the pioneer drives, or only on one paticular drive ?
  21. ImgBurn doesnt do anything to TV formats, all it does is burn what you give it to burn. You'd need to change the TV format with some other software
  22. and then change to decent media. anything with CMC as the disc ID is poor quality stuff im afraid , hence the recommendations in here to switch to taiyo yuden's ect ect
  23. either update the drives firmware, your on 1.0B and there is a 1.0C available ( may be an even newer one as well) OR get some other discs that the writer will recognise. failing that there is nothing you can do to the discs you already have
  24. sorry, ive only just seen this. i dont know of the 'gold archival ' ones you mention. there not a brand Ive seen in the UK
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