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  1. Why would you want to change from the default of 40Mb to 512Mb just for a buffer? You're bringing this on yourself. Go to settings and reset everything to default. Regards
  2. Dunno where you are, but www.pcx.com.au has some deals on duplicators. Search for "duplicating". Regards
  3. Yup - dispute it with clickbank. I have seen happy feedback from people who do that. Regards
  4. There's a million problems with CMC media on all systems. This is tiresome maaaaate. Regards
  5. IF YOU DON'T POST A LOG!!! Errrr.... Regards
  6. There is a way! Make an ISO of your folder and verify against the ISO. There will be some errors in the early sectors (up to about 270 or so), but these will be date and time errors only. If there are no errors in the rest of the verify, you are good to go! Regards
  7. Mate, you're not looking for a solution, but a fight. You think you know beter than people who DO know better than you. You use shit media, don't come here looking for the midas touch on making a silk purse from a sow's ear. If you think it is Vista 64 related, well, go to some other OS and prove your point. Please re-read carefully post 13. Definitely winner SFIOTD award. *Sigh* - we didn't always have an SFIOTD. What's the world coming to? Regards
  8. Do we have a you stupid idiot emoticon? If not, what about this? Regards
  9. The 2.4x seem to be better. Most good burners can burn them at 4x anyway. If the 8x are working better for you in this drive, go back to them. Regards
  10. You could read the pink bit at the top then we can give some meaningful feedback! In any event, check your DMA and firmware. Regards
  11. Is there no hope of getting a log file please? Regards
  12. What version of ImgBurn are you using? Post a real log instead of a word doucument with pictures. See the Help menu. Regards
  13. Well, PTP is the reason things have gone bad. The original disc is read in a different way. Sometimes, you just can't do it. Tell your friend to buy his own disc. Regards
  14. These are PTP discs. They are made totally differently from normal data or video disks (the disk is read from the inside out on both layers, whereas all media is OTP = read from the inside out on layer 0 and then from the outside in on layer 1. Consequently, the sector references are all messed up on layer 1). Don't waste your time or money trying to copy them. Regards
  15. No need to say more - "It's a SONY". The people who brought you rootkits and ARccOS. Why support them? Regards
  16. A search would have told you that. The developer sees no need for it, especially given the price of media these days. Look at the many threads on this. Regards
  17. You're using lousy media. Change to Verbatims or Taiyo Yudens. Update your firmware - you are 2 versions behind (D400 is the latest). http://www.firmwarehq.com/Samsung/TS-H653B/files.html Regards
  18. There's only about 25 threads on "maximum number of secrets". Regards
  19. Look up to top of thread and read pink bit. Regards
  20. The ISO has an MDS right? This might contain the layer break info. Regards
  21. Doesn't matter - you've told us that the material is bootleg. Please think before you post like that. The MPAA can find your IP address out very quickly and then come a knocking. Anyway, we can't help someone doing something illegal. Regards
  22. Read the End of The World guide in our guides section. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=6376 Regards
  23. Please so not tell us that you are operating illegallly. We can't help you if that is the case. Anyway, if you have a problem with burning a DVD with ImgBurn, read the pink bit at the top and post. Regards
  24. If you create a proper set of IFOs to go with them, of course it will burn them correctly. It's your fault if the project doesn't play. Re-rip is the easiest way out of this mess. ANyway, this forum is about supporting people using ImgBurn to burn DVDs. It is not a general DVD authoring forum. Regards
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