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  1. First off, thank you very much for a marvelous piece of software. I've looked in the settings and couldn't find an option for this, so I'll make the suggestion. Just one of those wouldn't it be nice sort of things. I burn a lot of images from network drives, and about 25% of the time I get quite a few buffer errors, where the buffer runs out. I must say that ImgBurn works pretty good at dealing with this, compared with other software, although the recording stops and starts sometimes makes the disc a little difficult to read, where the drive has to slow down to read these little "bumps". My suggestion may be hard to implement, and if so, never mind. But I thought that it might be good to have a setting so that if the buffer runs out X number of times, the write speed would automatically be reduced to the next lower speed. For example, if I'm burning an image at 8x and the buffer runs out 5 times, the speed would automatically be reduced to 6x, and so on, until the buffer remains stable. Thanks for all the hard work. -Nakor
  2. UltraISo (http://www.ezbsystems.com/ultraiso) can convert most multitrack NRG files to MDF/MDS which can be burned with ImgBurn.
  3. How's your hard drive? This type of error can (but not always) be indicitive of certain hard drive problems, such as overheating, corrupted cache data, seek errors, corrupted virtual memory sector, etc. And occasionally when windows starts to write virtual memory and all of a sudden the disk fills up before windows completes. This one usually crashes explorer. One of the more common ones is when the hard drive is overheating AND a prog either takes control of the cache (when starting the prog) or relinquishes control (when closing the prog). Turning off the computer for a couple hours usually helps for a little while, and installing a hard drive cooler should help permanently.
  4. http://www.videohelp.com Lots of guides there.
  5. A couple of months ago, I tried to burn a mac disc using ImgBurn with no luck. After trying several apps, I found that UltraISO worked. http://www.ezbsystems.com/ultraiso
  6. When I burn an ISO and check the "Shutdown Computer" box, I think it would be nice if there were an "Eject Disc" checkbox also. This way, when I come back later to get the disc, I wouldn't have to turn the computer on just to eject the disc. I know that I can change it to eject in the settings, but then I would have to change it back later and I just think that it would be easier to have a checkbox near the "Shutdown Computer" box. It also would be useful for other reasons, like when I want to burn a data disc, I usually like to check the "Close Program" box, minimize the app and leave the disc in the drive after it is burnt, but if I do this when I burn a video DVD, after ImgBurn closes, WinDVD starts up when I don't want it to. I just think that it would be a nice feature. -Nakor
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