Jump to content


  • Posts

  • Joined

  • Last visited

pleasedelete's Achievements

ISF Newbie

ISF Newbie (1/5)

  1. Is it possible to have imgburn cycle the disc after a full erase? I ask because i had to do a full erase on a DVD which imgubrn was reporting as being 600 or so MB. However after the full erase it was still reporting it at being 600 or so MB, after i cycled the tray it was again reporting it as being a full size DVD.
  2. Thanks LIGHTNING UK!, have you or anybody else have any suggestions to what is the best drive and or accompanying media? Thanks.
  3. Kenadjian i did as you suggested and it worked, i still do get the same error every now and then tho. Could be this down to **** media?
  4. For some reason i can only seem to burn files under a certain size, if they are large files i.e. multiple GB then i get a I/O Error(log file below). I have updated my firmware and attempted multiple optical discs and get the same results. Just in case its relevant i can burrrn audio Cd's using burrrn and read from discs just fine. Any suggestions? Thanks. Edit: The above log file is when i was trying to burn 2 PC game demos, the below log file is when i tried to burn only 1 of the files(successfully with no errors). I used the same disc and burned it only a few minutes later. The size of the demos combined is 3.53gb the second burn with just 1 of the demos was 1.75gb.
  5. Shamus that is one hilarious pic, i wonder what the dirty little sod was thinking to why the other mouse was so willing? EDIT: Properly, JACKPOT!
  6. Just noticed the new version and to say the least sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeet, thanks to LIGHTNING UK and who ever else helps with the development/testing. Got to go new software to play with :-).
  7. Thanks for the link lfcrule1972, just for future reference if i ever say "Am i missing something whistling.gif" again please just ignore me .
  8. Have a tick box so a user can specify that ImgBurn close after successfully burn. You could put the option where verify after burn, delete Iso when complete and shut-down after successfully burn is.
  9. I understand it may mess up the GUI, but what if a user just wants to erase a disc and not write on it?
  10. Sorry LIGHTNING UK! yes i was talking about the explorer's context menu. In my computer when a disc is inserted a user could right click it and have what i specified above.
  11. I love update to programs , is it possible to have a projected data of release for the next version or at least a change log of what is currently scheduled to be in the next version, thanks.
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.