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  1. Will buying verbatim discs really solve all my problems?
  2. I 21:56:40 ImgBurn Version started! I 21:56:40 Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic Edition (6.0, Build 6001 : Service Pack 1) I 21:56:40 Total Physical Memory: 3,405,072 KB - Available: 2,602,136 KB I 21:56:40 Initialising SPTI... I 21:56:40 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices... I 21:56:40 Found 1 DVD
  3. Haha Thanks. Well yeah, im actually a beginner at this whole burning process. I have no idea what goes on usually. I really don't want to replace my whole driver just to figure out what the problem could be. To be honest i wouldnt know where to begin on how to replace it. Right now i will try burning at 6x speed, ive tried burning at 4x already which led to my 4th wasted disc. If that theory is just a myth then is there even a slight possibly 8x will work but 2.4x won't? BTW if i were to update my firmware on my driver i would basically hit the properties section of the driver and just search for updates? Is it possible that the image file is corrupt in any way? Current situation: Okay its burning at 6x.
  4. This is basically what appears on the left when i put in the Disc. Its a Memorex DVD+R DL and it supports 2.4x to 8x. What i don't understand is why every time i start to burn an xbox 360 game image file, even though i selected 2.4x as my setting speed, it miscompares and goes automatically to 4x as its speed. I cant play any of the games ive so far downloaded because of this. Everything else burns correctly. HELP! OH BTW: My friend who also uses imgburn for the same purposes also has 4x,6x, and 8x as the values in the row of supported write speeds. What makes absolutely no sense is that his goes straight to 3.3x as the "Got:" speed and it still works for him. PLDS DVD+-RW DH-16A6S YD12 (ATA) Current Profile: DVD+R DL Disc Information: Status: Empty Erasable: No Free Sectors: 4,173,824 Free Space: 8,547,991,552 bytes Free Time: 927:32:74 (MM:SS:FF) Supported Write Speeds: 4x, 6x, 8x DVD
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