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  1. check out my findings with a 10x CD-RW that maxes out at 4x

    ie takes 20 mins instead of 8 mins




    I'm waiting till

    I'm trying to remember not to get the .0 version, wait for .1

    eg. windows 3.0 or XP



    Seems a silly thing to say.


    I 13:16:25 ImgBurn Version started!

    I 13:16:25 Microsoft Windows XP Professional (5.1, Build 2600 : Service Pack 3)

    I 13:16:25 Total Physical Memory: 1,048,048 KB - Available: 668,868 KB

    W 13:16:25 Drive C:\ (FAT32) does not support single files > 4 GB in size.

    W 13:16:25 Drive D:\ (FAT32) does not support single files > 4 GB in size.

    W 13:16:25 SPTD can have a detrimental effect on drive performance.

    I 13:16:25 Initialising SPTI...

    I 13:16:25 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...

    I 13:16:25 Found 1 DVD-ROM and 1 DVD


  2. Is this that Indian guy again from the other days post on Ritek ? If so, It's not 1858 anymore you know.


    Btw the first log from user[eunero] was not that of an xbox 360 game hence why the Layerbreak was not set to 1913760. The Identifier does not match any 360 game mastered yet and is the wrong size for a 360 game [7,201,423,360 bytes] an xbox 360 game should be [7,835,492,352 bytes]


    You,re no Columbo are you ?



    "Just one more thing"


    Using Layer Break LBA: 1919900 -> 1919904 (VTS_02, PGC: 1, Chapter: 2, Cell: 6, Vob/Cell ID: 1/6, Time: 00:44:50, SPLIP: Yes)
  3. Don't use raid drivers... TBH how you have not seen the same issues with the other burning programs is maybe a fluke* . Your Pioneer might be broken like one of my pioneer 109's when it randomly started to produce errors where there was no way of saying what was actually causing it.


    Don't use ATI driver for sata or raid use standard dual channel pci ide controller(with SATA in bios set to IDE mode (not AUTO). Borrow another SATA drive PIO or different make to see if yours is faulty ( I asume you have tried it on all 6 sata ports). Unless you are using RW you have no way of knowing whether the disc's you had success with in ALC or any other program would have also not been successful in ImgBurn and also the opposite how do you know the ones in ImgBurn failed would not have also failed in Alc or clone etc.


    *Try Incremental in ImgBurn write settings

  4. This only happens when using imgburn. I have no such problems with Alcohol, CloneDVD or Nero.


    Why use ImgBurn then > ?



    When you say fresh installs... you mean using only windows drivers (standard) or windows drivers provided by AMD built in to service pack 2 or 3. XP....try SP1 and install motherboard chipset driver but not the storage driver /Ide etc.


    Then if still the same after ensuring Bios is latest as mentioned above (you could also try AHCI) I would personally just leave sata set to emulate IDE mode as I only ever have the above kind of bother with AHCI and SATA opticals (but it might work for you)



    I would install XP (SP1) then make a Ghost image...after ghost image is made (download as many Amd chipset drivers for your motherboard as you can find do same for storage driver for your motherboard if it is a separate driver ) then Install motherboard chipset drivers (minus) the Amd Sata/Ide driver and just use standard Ms driver for sata/ide


    If no good then take your system back to just before you installed chipset driver BY putting the ghost image back in and try a different version motherboard chipset driver hopefully you will find a revision of the drivers to work. Assuming the disc's are genuine the sata cables are not damaged at right angle etc..


    Still no good change your motherboard, buy a sata to usb kit. buy a Jou-Jye ST-2512SUES 5.25" External Aluminum Box, SATA to e-SATA/USB 2.0 and stick pioneer in external



    Stick SPTI back on as I/O as well as choosing a correct (supported) speed for burning. You would be better choosing 8x and up with modern disc's and the writer you have



    I 12:36:54 Destination Media Type: DVD-R (Disc ID: MCC 03RG20) (Speeds: 4x, 6x, 8x, 12x, 16x, 20x)


    I 14:06:39 Destination Media Type: DVD+R DL (Disc ID: RITEK-D01-01) (Speeds: 2.4x)

  5. try using just Windows drivers for sata eg if connected to nvidia - controller (say no to ide storage driver) or try updating controller driver ... Whilst you are at it change the SATA cable (I had a few sammys giving LBA out of range errors) also try different sata port ...

  6. The K values should be the amount of KB/sec.


    The only issue I can see is the drop in the read line (light blue) at 4GB.


    A good verify line on a single layer disc looks like an aeroplane taking off. On DL media it will start the landing after the layerbreak. If it looks like an helicopter moving up and down frequently - it's usually a sign of that the disc is hard to read (= bad burn).


    The yellow line can look very different depending on used burner. In your case the drop downs are most likely the burner slowing down to recalibrate. Looks normal to me.


    This is how a 'bad' burn can look.





    What did the scan look like on that burn Q% wise ?

  7. I have a small thing:


    Why dont instead of adding the newest version to the current (last post) you just edit your first post and add the latest version also posting a changelog? This way we dont have to read the whole thread again....



    Firstly: Sorry to hear about your small thing.




    Secondly: If he edited first post I would need to keep a manual eye on the thread (eg no notification)which I would prefer not to have to do. Also if I were to click show new posts it would not show this thread unless a genuine new post had been made (I pressume). I quite like reading the banter/diary of the progress so far and Input from other users. If it's tedious to read why not just wait for the film.

  8. Or add file/s option then browse for the folder you have piccys and other file types in within ImgBurn then when window opens up to show you files right click then / sort them by type then click 1st jpg/bmp/png piccys find last one hold shift / add/open

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