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  1. I'm sorry to bring this thread back up, but I'd like to second this request to add LabelTag capability to ImgBurn. BTW, LightningUK, LabelTag does work on CDs, DVD-, +, DVD-DL, & DVD+DL. Unless adding this capability would seriously bloat ImgBurn, I'm all for it. Thanks.
  2. I use ImgBurn exclusively for burning discs, and have never had any issues. I've noticed that while adding MP3 files to a CUE list, once in a while ImgBurn would choke on a file, saying: 21:37:43 File Name: G:\xxx.mp3 21:37:43 Reason: No combination of intermediate filters could be found to make the connection. 21:37:43 Hint: You may need to install some additional DirectShow filters in order to support files of this type or the file might be corrupt. 21:37:45 acmFormatSuggest Failed! 21:37:45 File Name: G:\xxx.mp3 21:37:45 Reason: ACM - Not possible. or: 21:36:45 File Name: G:\yyy.mp3 21:36:45 Reason: ACM - Not possible. 21:37:43 ConnectFilters(Source, Sample Grabber) Failed! I had read some older threads (from 2008) concerning this, and the issue was usually a problem with ID3v2.4 tags. This was never the case for me, since the offending files never had v2.4 tags. I could never find anything wrong with the files. I completely ignored Gspot, since it is unable to render ANY MP3 files I feed it, even though it says I have the codec for it. WMP never has any problems playing these MP3 files, even though I never use it. Anyway, long story short, I noticed that ImgBurn would have no problem with the file if I temporarily removed the album art JPG from it. Burn the disc, restore the album art to the file, done. I'm not sure why ImgBurn (or DirectShow?) would choke on the file if it had album art. If I have a problematic file, I remove the album art, import it into ImgBurn's CUE list, and I have no problem. Hope this helps anyone who has this problem.
  3. It does it on any brand: RiDATA, Verbatim, HP. The drive is obviously capable of querying media, as it just flips out with the combinations of modifying the icon and the label. What I'd like to find out is why. EDIT: All CD-R media is properly recognized on other burners.
  4. =============================================== Filter Driver Load Order - ImgBurn v2.4.2.0 =============================================== Upper Device Filter: redbook Upper Class Filter: [None Found] Device: CD/DVD-ROM Device Lower Class Filter: [None Found] Lower Device Filter: imapi Filter Name: redbook File Name: C:\WINDOWS\system32\DRIVERS\redbook.sys File Version: 5.1.2600.5512 (xpsp.080413-2108) File Description: Redbook Audio Filter Driver Product Name: Microsoft
  5. What I originally posted was what you're asking for. Also, the drive (HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GSA-4084N KQ09 (ATA) is running the latest FW - KQ09, just RPC modded.
  6. *sigh* so it's back again... From ImgBurn: ----------------------------------- Current Profile: CD-R Disc Information: Status: Empty Erasable: No Free Sectors: 250,320 Free Space: 512,655,360 bytes Free Time: 55:39:45 (MM:SS:FF) Supported Write Speeds: 10x, 16x, 24x ATIP Information: Start Time of LeadIn (MID): 97m15s17f Last Possible Start Time of LeadOut: 79m59s70f ----------------------------------- From DVDInfoPro: ---------------------- Media Information Format Capacity Blank Disc Free Blocks 512655360 Free Capacity 488.91MB(512.66M) Media Type CD-R ATIP Start Time of Lead In (Media Code) 97m15s17f ATIP Last Possible Start Time of Lead Out 79m59s70f Manufacturer Name Ritek Co. HD-BURN Certified YES Available Write Descriptor CLV 24.0x 3600KBps Available Write Descriptor CLV 16.0x 2400KBps Available Write Descriptor CLV 10.0x 1500KBps ------------------------------------ Can someone explain to me how 80 min. CD-R's can only have 512Mb free space? A little background: I modified the letter, icon and label of the drive. Previously, I could use a custom drive label, with no problems. But, if I also modified the icon, Windows XP seems to identify all CD-R media as having 512Mb of free space, even though it says that it has 80 minutes free. As of last night, it seems to be broken again. The only thing different about last night was the 3 updates that MS pushed out. I don't know anything about how SPTI works, but I'm hoping that someone here does, and can help shed some light on why Windows has no problems recognizing DVD sizes, but borks on blank CD-R sizes.
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