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Everything posted by volvofl10

  1. it means the drive cannot read/recognise the disc .it could be because the disc is damaged or dirty or maybe the drive does not like that paticular type/format of disc
  2. fortunately the avatars keep us abreast of the situation
  3. as Cornholio said above, just copy and paste it into a reply. Im getting a totally blank page when i try and open your attached log
  4. looking at that paticular log, go check the FAQ page for "Failed to lock volume for exclusive access" FAQ HERE some things in there will help you overcome this
  5. post a log file. we cant help you at all without seeing this also, have you burnt a disc with this laptop before that DOES play on your home player ? is your home player compatable with the type of disc you used, ie -R/+R/ R/W ? is your source file a PAL type and your in a NTSC region ?
  6. WHOA !! you cant blame ImgBurn for that BUT we could blame you for not reading the instructions on other things Good Luck to all of you
  7. you need a dvd authoring program to do this, and burn the results afterwards with ImgBurn
  8. hows the drive connected ? and post the full log from before the excert you posted
  9. ............HAPPY BIRTHDAY L_UK............ have a cracking good day take no notice of the grammer, its grandad you gotta worry about
  10. dont wory, I'm here now
  11. from your log file. the discs your using use the CMC MAG ink/dye. This is known to be the most unreliable ink/dye thats on the market , very hit and miss. its NOT a hardware problem , do as advised above and get some decent blank media and try again
  12. it CAN be used on XP or 2000 , but it is better to be using NTFS. The limitations are that you cannot have a file larger than 4GB with FAT32.( for those who dont know, a DVD is usually larger than 4GB) Most ACER brand machines still come formatted as FAT32 in the log file the letters on the left side mean, W = Warning , I = information , E = Error . so look for lines starting with E to find the real problm W 11:11:51 Drive C:\ (FAT32) does not support single files > 4 GB in size. I 11:11:51 Initialising SPTI... I 11:12:27 Preparing Image... E 11:12:27 File size exceeds the limit imposed by the ISO9660 file system. E 11:12:27 Name: D:\DVD\dvd\dvd.iso E 11:12:27 Size: 4,377,149,440 bytes E 11:12:44 Operation Failed! - Duration: 00:00:16 I 11:12:56 Operation Started! ... I 11:12:57 Preparing Image... E 11:12:57 File size exceeds the limit imposed by the ISO9660 file system. E 11:12:57 Name: D:\DVD\dvd\dvd.iso E 11:12:57 Size: 4,377,149,440 bytes E 11:13:00 Operation Failed! - Duration: 00:00:03 I 11:13:07 Operation Started! I 11:13:07 Building Image Tree...
  13. try here on the ImgBurn website http://www.imgburn.com/index.php?act=changelog
  14. is it a normal stereo mp3 with a normal bit rate ?, example 128/169/192 ect ect , or is it something with a variable bitrate do all other mp3 files get accepted in IB ?
  15. volvofl10

    New PC build

    hmmm, why did i have to read this for a typo twice
  16. Thanks Cynthia . the Koeniggsegg is some motor according to Clarkson
  17. although Cynthia can answer you, none of the rest of us can follow the thread anymore
  18. a program called convertxtodvd has a funcion on the menu tab to loop playback
  19. when buying verb DL media , try and get the MKM-OO1 dye ( like you have used in the log above ) ,preferably the ones made in Singapore. The ones made in India are not quite up to the same standard as the Singapore ones burn them at 2.4x
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