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ianymaty

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  1. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=6392&p=66435
  2. Try them in other drive/computer see if that manage to work with them.
  3. Make sure you have updated drivers installed for chipset/storage controllers.
  4. Read the pink box above and post the required log.
  5. 1 Ansewer NO to the question when adding the folder to session. 1 Optimum Power Calibration. I'd rather turn it OFF. You turn it ON if you use various media.
  6. Try a lower speed instead of MAX (16x) Try better media instead of CMC. Verbatim and Taiyo Yuden are recommended.
  7. The log don't indicate any problems. Does the disc plays in the computer with a software player? PowerDVD, Total Media Theatre, etc. Does the player run any other disc, burned or original pressed discs? Try cleaning the player with a lens cleaning disc. Look for updated firmware for your player.
  8. Like on every optical disc. Put the disc in the drive and use Windows Explorer o acces the content.
  9. Read the pink box above and post the required log.
  10. Try again with the latest firmware installed. http://www.firmwarehq.com/Lite-On/iHAS424%2BB/files.html Also look for your motherboard's chipset / storage controller updated drivers.
  11. Are you sure you not enabled Test Mode? Where is the log? Look in Help menu.
  12. Your drive is ancient. Try again with the latest firmware installed. http://www.firmwarehq.com/download_1360-file_SOFOPD-00788004-US.EXE.html Try different speeds available. Cleaning the drive with a cleaning disc may help also. Buy some better discs. Verbatim and Taiyo Yuden are the recommendation. Get a new drive that can burn the disc you use. Use the latest version of ImgBurn. Just copy the new .exe from Program Files\ImgBurn to Program Files\DVD Flick\imgburn PS. LOL. First link in Google for Sony DW-D22A http://reviews.cnet.com/dvd-drives/sony-dw-d22a-dvd/4505-3212_7-31206077.html You better get a new drive.
  13. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000
  14. That's usually an indication of the drive not like the disc. Try a different supported write speed instead of MAX (8x). Try cleaning the drive with a cleaning disc.
  15. The log is saved automatically. Look in Help menu. The problem is that on that disc can't be all the info you view since the burn was truncated. You'll see the first part of the photos if you open them in a viewer but when you get to the files that didn't fit on the disc you'll get errors like file missing or something.
  16. Or export the registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\ImgBurn from the installed computer than import it on the new computer before install.
  17. That's on Page 3 > Don't Prompt Image Details
  18. Put the disc you want to read in the drive. Switch to Create image file from files/folders. Add all the content from the disc to the Source window. Set Destination to ISO file and give a name to the file and save it where you want, just remenber the location. After the ISO is created take out the disc and put a blank one in the drive. Switch to Write mode (Write image file to disc) and point the source to the file created. Burn the image, leave verify enabled.
  19. Will tell us so other users not making the same and we know what to answer to those users?
  20. ImgBurn is not for that. Use Windows Explorer to copy what you want to USB. Extract the content from ISO with WinRAR or any other archive program or mount the ISO in a virtual drive.
  21. Welcome on the forum. ImgBurn is for optical discs. Give more info what you want to accomplish.
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