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  1. Yep I got the firmware from here: http://liggydee.cdfreaks.com/page/2500/ On my 2500a I used "Dee's ND2510 modified firmware 2A5C" - "Orig" (Because I don't know what "Fast" or "RPC1" are). It worked for me. And fixed my problem A big thanks to Liggy and Dee from CDFreaks :D
  2. PROBLEM SOLVED! :D I flashed my firmware on the Nec ND-2500A to some modded firmware I found for the NEC ND-2510 and it worked! Now this problem I am having is GONE. But still I don't know why imgburn had the problem and copytodvd was working... but who cares now because it works! Yes!!! Thanks!! I love you IMGBURN It's now the best burner for me
  3. The burner i'm using is the Nec 2500a DVDRW drive and my media is authentic Taiyo Yuden DVD-R's. Never had any problems with this burner/media. And my LiteOn DVDrom drive is wonderful. No problems with it at all. Like I said, the DVD is not being read in any other drive on any other PC. Not just "LiteOn" drive. And most importantly.. everything works fine with CopyToDVD But I love ImgBurn more
  4. Like I said above, everything works prefectly fine with VSO CopyToDVD. So in other words I don't have this problem with that software #39;( Also means my burner is fine if problem doesn't happen with other software
  5. OK when I put the DVD in my other drive on my PC or on any other drive on my other PC's, I get the message saying "Windows Cannot Read from this disk. The disk might be corrupted, or it could be using a format that is not compatible with Windows." But if I use the drive that I burned the DVD with, I can access the data and everything is perfectly fine. No corrupt data exits as I checked with my MD5 checksums for the files. When I load the dvd in my other drive with imgburn (verify mode) I get this info: JLMS XJ-HD166S DS1A (ATA) Current Profile: DVD-ROM Disc Information: Status: Complete Erasable: No Sessions: 1 Sectors: 2,281,418 Size: 4,672,344,064 bytes Time: 507:00:68 (MM:SS:FF) Physical Format Information (Last Recorded): Book Type: DVD-R Part Version: 5 Disc Size: 120mm Maximum Read Rate: Not Specified Number of Layers: 1 Track Path: Parallel Track Path (PTP) Linear Density: 0.267 um/bit Track Density: 0.74 um/track First Physical Sector of Data Area: 196,608 Last Physical Sector of Data Area: 2,478,025 Last Physical Sector in Layer 0: 0 --- I also don't have the log file for the burn, and I don't want to waste anotehr dvd-r but if you need me to do it I will. But what I can say is that the DVD burned with no errors and everything was successfull. I tried with UDF filesystem and also with ISO9669+Joliet. Im using Windows XP Pro on all my systems.
  6. I'm having a very strange problem. When I create a DATA dvd with imgburn I can only read the DVD from the drive I burned it with. The DVD is not readable on any other PC. The DVD is not readable even on the SAME PC (different drive) It is only readable on the drive it was burned with. Its a very strange problem. However, I don't have this problem with vSO CopyToDVD. I'd love to get his fixed in imgburn.. I've been waiting so long for this feature
  7. Well, let me tell you. You're doing an excellent job so far! I am really very happy with ImgBurn and I'm 100% sure it will only get better as time progresses. Keep it up. And thanks for the fast replies.
  8. Yes, it is possible that this image file is a GD-ROM. I don't know about the audio track though. Anyways, is there any specific reason why ImgBurn only supports basic single session/single track images? I remember now that I had a problem burning an image file a few weeks ago because it was multi-session or something like that. Alcohol came to the rescue that time as well. I'd really like to use ImgBurn as my only image burner, but why does it not support everything liek Alcohol does?
  9. Hey, grab5m is a great little tool Here is the 5MB file you wanted: http://www.sendspace.com/file/hcgf6r Also, it is a CD image file. Definitely not a DVD or Audio image either.. if that means anything. Let me know what you can find out. I hate Alcohol because it is too bulky. ImgBurn is nice and simple for my likeings
  10. Unfortunately, there is no log of the failed burn. This is because ImgBurn refuses to load the CDI file in the first place so burning is not possible. Hi LIGHTNING UK, I'd like to help you out. How should I get you the first 5MB of the file? What software should I use? Also, I tested burning with Alcohol and it worked fine. So the image file seems fine to me.
  11. Everytime I load the image ImgBurn keeps giving me this error message: "Invalid or unsupported image file format!" What does this mean? The image burns fine with Alcohol 120, but I'd rather use ImgBurn Can we fix this issue?
  12. I am still searching.... I can't find any software out there than can burn DATA and is not bloated. #39;( For some reason, I can't stand burning anything unless i'm doing it with IMGBURN. Lightning_UK, I really hope you can give us this feature soon. I love burning with ImgBurn, and I refuse to use anything else. Thanks for the great program!
  13. HUH????? ???????????????????????????????????? ???????????????????????????????????? WHAT the hell is that supposed to mean? I don't understand what your point is here......
  14. OMG! I just registered to this forum because I too wanted to suggest this feature be added to ImgBurn! LIGHTNING UK! this topic was started 3 months ago..... how come you never reply? This would be such a great and useful feature for ImgBurn. To be able to burn DATA CDs/DVDs.
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