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  1. Hi, I have windows 7, I created an ISO file with imageburn, my problem is I can't find the ISO file I created, I've been in to c drive, but cant find it no where, your help is appreciated
  2. Hi, I'm new to this so please excuse my ignorance, I have burned a image file with imageburm, when I played the burned file back, I have four folders, Data, Documentation, language, and speach, how do I get it play? it a language course, your help is appreciated
  3. The file is a single avi file, it doesn't say in the dvd manual if it supports avi or not, this is how I burned the dvd http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=4632 I know what your saying now, Imgburn does not do a conversion from avi to dvd, so I have to convert them to dvd before I can burn them with Imgburn is that righ?
  4. Cynthia the error is on my part I missed the 0 out at the end, so that must be the problem, its my dvd player not being able to play ISO9660 format. its a sony dvd player I've had a number of years, time for a new one I think
  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. Hey Juandan, I am having a similar problem with a home Sony DVD player, the DVD drive in my laptop is a Pioneer DVD+RW DR-K17Y ATA Device. After burning the DVD plays on my laptop, but not on my home player. Any advice? to be honest I can't really help, the guys on this forum are the experts I'm sure if you post your problem they will help. good luck
  7. every thing seem to be working now, I uninstall the sata dvd-rw and installed a IDE dvd-rw, dma is enabled I just burned a dvd and it plays in my dvd player thanks for your help
  8. this is what I have every thing seem to be working now, I uninstall the sata dvd-rw and installed a IDE dvd-rw, dma is enable now I just burned a dvd and it plays in my dvd player, thanks to all for your help
  9. I burned a dvd but it won't play in my home dvd player, it players on my pc, my dvd player is a sony DVP-NS330, my media is verbatim dvd single layer, in the log it says my burner is ATA its not its a sata drive, I had write speed on 16x Imgburn log ImgBurn Version - Log ; Sunday, 04 May 2008, 10:12:35 ; \\****************************************// ; ; I 09:39:08 ImgBurn Version started! I 09:39:08 Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition (5.1, Build 2600 : Service Pack 2) I 09:39:08 Total Physical Memory: 2,030,812 KB - Available: 1,337,560 KB I 09:39:08 Initialising SPTI... I 09:39:08 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices... I 09:39:09 Found 1 DVD-ROM and 1 DVD
  10. this is what I have
  11. I have uninstalled the primary and secondary ide in device manager and rebooted but its still the same, I don't have an option to uninstall the main controller entry, do you mean the IDE ATA/ATAPI controller if it is then when I right click on the IDE ATA/ATAPI controller the only option I get is scan for hardware changes and properties, can I uninstall it in the bios?
  12. I've Tried everything and still can't get dma enabled, I looked in the bios and the burner is set to auto is that best setting to use or should I change it, there's few options like uldma 4 I don't really know much about it to tell the truth. I appreciate your help
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