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Everything posted by Cynthia

  1. Why do you close the program seconds after you started it?
  2. Looks to me as in the second burn, you used a previously used disc.
  3. That's not the log file, it's the media info. Please post the log file. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=14632
  4. There is a manual method of removing it. http://forum.duplexsecure.com/showpost.php?p=1171&postcount=2
  5. The second try in that posted log, was that a new disc? It looks used - if you compare the sectors available with the first burn try in the upper part of the log. I 01:24:24 Destination Media Sectors: 3,827,520
  6. Can you post the log of that failed burn? http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=14632
  7. If you update the firmware it might disable it self. Best would be to only have this as string
  8. Is it possible to play the disc with a software player in your computer?
  9. Never heard that to much RAM slows it down. Easiest is to go to your manufactures homepage and look at the specs for the memory it demands. DDR3 1333 8GB 2x4GB (Kingston) is around $59 here in Sweden and DDR3 1333 4GB 1x4GB CL9 Adata is $28 (incl 25% VAT)
  10. Memory seems to be cheap these days, so why not.
  11. There firmware update was not a fix for your player not been able to play burned BD discs.
  12. DVDStyler might work. It's free. http://www.dvdstyler.org/en/
  13. There should be a log. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=14632
  14. What happens if you use that program ISO to USB?
  15. If it's just an image with some files, you can also just use a program like 7-Zip to extract the files from the image to the USB stick.
  16. Try this. http://www.isotousb.com/
  17. Had a Vista 32 bit system with 2GB RAM and an addition up to 3GB made a notable difference in speed. Running Windows 7 on a 3GB or a 4GB/8GB on a 64 bit system, can't say I noticed any huge speed increase. In most cases the troubles comes with the hard disk if it's used for heavy writing with another application on the same time as you burn. But then, modern burners have the buffer under run function that resumes the burn if the buffers go empty.
  18. Sounds more that there is an issue with your hard disk. Tried to run a check on it? http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/433-disk-check.html
  19. Have you tried with OPC disabled? Some burners go banana with that option enabled.
  20. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=11238 Doubt that is your real problem. Details?
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