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  1. Many thanks for adding my feature request as well Works great, awesome job
  2. Nice, just to be clear: I knew about the OK button stopping the sound, I always do a fast manual erase before burning RW media. So are you saying the sound will still play in that case (manual fast erase) if you don't press the OK button in The point is I don't want to press the OK button in such a case (yes I'm lazy)
  3. I'm used to the success sound after burning media and I like it. I don't have to hear it however after a successful fast erase of rewritable media. The job only takes a few seconds and I always forget to turn it off. Of course it can now only be turned on/off as a global setting. So could the success/failure sounds be turned off for these jobs only and keeping them for other processes? Of course the priority for this request should be very low as it is not very important to the functioning of ImgBurn, but I thought I could mention it. Maybe it can be done easily (not a programmer). Cheers and thanks for a great program.
  4. Regarding firmware, I might have found an answer here: http://club.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?t=204105 So this disc is not supported even by the latest firmware The literal Dutch to English translation would be something like "cannot execute command due to I/O error". So I guess the drive did not recognize the disc properly and failed when trying to burn it. I guess I need the older MKM 001 version...or buy a new drive.
  5. Hello, I've used ImgBurn without ever having a coaster for well over 100 burns on DVD +R media. I always use Verbatim (MCC 003/004). So I bought a few Verbatim DL discs today (MKM 003) thinking I would be fine with them. But the burn failed almost from the start Fastest 6 euro I ever lost (except for the casino ). Anyway I've saved a log maybe anyone here can tell me what exactly went wrong so I don't waste anymore DL discs. Note: I've burned a normal DVD +R after the failed DL burn and that one went fine as usual. I 22:26:34 ImgBurn Version started!I 22:26:34 Microsoft Windows XP Professional (5.1, Build 2600 : Service Pack 1) I 22:26:34 Total Physical Memory: 523.764 KB - Available: 378.816 KB I 22:26:34 Initialising SPTI... I 22:26:34 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices... I 22:26:34 Found 2 DVD-ROMs and 1 DVD
  6. Good point here, ImgBurn is really eating away my HD space, a whole 1,1 Mb
  7. Same here. ImgBurn is a great program for burning images and I hope it will become a full CD/DVD burning application (DATA/VIDEO etc.) I wouldn't mind paying 30 euro's or so for such a version (of course if it's updated regularly) Sadly I still use the bloated Nero now for DATA DVD's
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