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  1. Hi Welcome to the ImgBurn support Forum although we will help you as best we can, unfortunately, a nero log file is about as much use as a very used piece of toilet paper to us or even a chocolate watch on a sunny day ! . As we all use ImgBurn, none of us would be able to tell you what went wrong form the Nero log file. We can all guess for hours as to whats wrong , but instead of wasting your time and ours , Its best you post a log file of an ImgBurn session Like what the pink banenr at the top of this page suggests . regards
  2. The best really.. well the 'made in singapore' ones are the best
  3. how about posting a log file ?, you mention DVD+R DL discs , it could well be your using low quaility ones and the HP doesnt like them.
  4. mmalves wrote that back in November, so have a look and see if theres been another update for that drive since then, and if so, upgrade. Sadly it wasent on THIS forum where someone stated that ritek was a 'good' media . opinion amongst the team in here is that Ritek is anaverage to below average media these days. you wnat decent stufff like Verbatim or Taiyo Yuden media. We cant help you with DVDDec I'm afraid, support for that finished ages ago . if you was to use ImBurn, then we may be able to help try posting a log file of a failed burn , as per the pink banner at the top of here, and we might be able to help you more
  5. i hear what your saying, but without spending money, i dont see any other way round it EDIT since writing this, i was told of a way to stream large files to a PS3 and have PM'd this info to jneely22
  6. what make of PC and what country does ImgBurn come pre-installed on a PC ?
  7. split the .MKV file then , just google it
  8. you can convert your external drive to NTSF from FAT32 to get round the 4GB restriction of FAT32
  9. more than likely its the actual brand of discs you used ,or more specific, the dye/ink on them , but without a log file we are just guessing. What brand of discs are your dual layer ones ? and what write speeds are shown on them or the packaging ?
  10. your drive is formatted as FAT32 , if it was NTFS then youd get an ISO file instead. FAT32 restrictions limit the size of a file to 4GB , and your iso is obviously over 4GB move your files to a differant hdd thats NTFS or re-format that one to NTFS
  11. for firmware go to hp.com , then search thru the support pages. there's about 20 variations of your laptop, so check the EXACT model number. Although its a pioneer drive, you wont get support from them as its a HP fitment. If theres a firmware update, it 'may' allow you to use the ritek discs youve got, but youd be better to buy verbatims for DL work as spinner said above,the riteks are rubbish laptop drives are not the best, you would be better off with a decent external usb writer
  12. Class act why did you ignore the message "W 18:40:55 User accepted disc space warning and is attempting to overburn!" that would have beeen the giveaway really Your downloading xbox games then saying you cant afford the discs to put them on ............
  13. I'm interested to know why you would have the need to add folders to a project once the project is started ? Dont forget ImgBurn was developed to burn Images, which as i said are usually within there own container, wether it be a dvd with VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS folders or an ISO ,an .IMG file. If its for data, then surely you'd have already decided what you want to put on a disc, and already have it on your hdd "ready to burn" so to speak ?
  14. amazon.co.uk 78.29 inc free UK shipping but wether they have them in or not i can't tell.
  15. could be your trying to copy a oversize cd onto normal discs ( oversize cd's are about 90 mins of playing time and 800mb as opposed to 80 mins and 700mb) what happens when you follow this guide http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=6380 failing that, to make an audio cd , try http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=5555
  16. I'm not exactly sure what you mean by i haven't managed to figured out how i can create Folders in my CD/DVDs dont forget, we dont use Nero so cannot compare it. normally you would just burn data by build mode and drag and drop your folders into the source box , or select them with the from folder and use the Drop Zone feature. If you mean create new folders within existing folders for data , its just as easy to do that within windows before you use ImgBurn to create your project. If your on about video/dvd projects , then 9 times out of 10 your authoring/encoding program will create the necassary folders to make it dvd-compliant for you ( VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS folders). If i have'nt understood what you mean properley, please explain it a bit more
  17. 82-90 quid here in UK. Though i am tempted
  18. you need to posta log file of a completed burn you've done Help button > ImgBurn logs will find them
  19. no need to uninstall/reinstall just go to TOOLS > SETTINGS> RESTORE DEFAULTS ( bottom left of window)
  20. i did google it and it told me to use a furnace at 1000 degrees, or a microwave on full for 3 minutes
  21. So nothing to do with a differant operating system or components or set up of the other machine then ? bet the other was on win XP unless its like for like, your comparison between 2 machines means very little post the successful log file from the other computer not ALL discs work on ALL drives !
  22. a log file would help use better to help you ( pink banner across top of this page) have aread of this thread though http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000 and see what we say is decent media ,from the little bit you've told us, you mention memorex !!!!
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