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  1. well, guess I haven't waited long enough... imgburn stalls for over 3 Minutes after aborting the Filesystem parsing before it continues: ... I 21:11:23 Destination File System: FAT32 I 21:11:23 File Splitting: Auto W 21:12:06 UDF File System Parsing Aborted! W 21:12:06 Reason: Timeout Exceeded I 21:15:14 Reading Session 1 of 1... (1 Track, LBA: 0 - 7747647) I 21:15:14 Reading Track 1 of 1... (MODE1/2048, LBA: 0 - 7747647)
  2. well, so I need to sit for about 10 hours in front of my computer and press 'ok' every few minutes in order to make it building the image file? Then we need an 'ignore timeout' option...
  3. I did try to make an image file from a data Blu-Ray with nearly 300.000 single (mostly small) files. This FAILS! - it always run into timeouts while parsing the FileSystem (I suppose)... How can I disable FileSystem parsing when building an image file, didn't find that option :-( -- I don't want image burn to parse the FileSystem, I do want a 1-to-1 copy from the disc (not through the FileSystem...) I did succeed building this image file via create image file from file/folders, but this took more than 10 hours to complete! regards
  4. Hi there, I'm having a problem with Windows7, namely the anoying questioning whether to use Live FileSystem or Mastered Mode each time I insert an empty BD (i.e. Blu-Ray); I don't have that problem with empty CDs or DVDs (there automatically ImgBurn is launched, but not for empty BDs). after some minutes of investigation I learned this is due to Windows Autoplay "feature" which is not setup properly for empty BDs... Now the question/support-inquiry: the "Burn an Image with ImgBurn"/"Built + Burn an Image with ImgBurn" options are only available for empty CDs and empty DVDs, but not for empty BDs (there only: "Burn with Windows Explorer", "no Action" and "Ask each time")! YES - I did check the according options in (Tools -> Settings -> Registry), and YES - I did run ImgBurn as Administrator when applying those settings... -- didn't help, still the option to use ImgBurn is not available for empty BDs... I am using an licensed (registered/activated/even bought ;-) version of Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit! I do know how to use Regedit, so if you simply could tell me what keys need to be modified/added, I'm quite happy with that... bRgds, Guru <update> I guess I figured out what went wrong - ImgBurn uses wrong registry keys for Blu-Rays: HKCU > Software > Classes > ImgBurn.AutoPlay.1 > shell > HandleBluRayBurningOnArrival_BuildImage/_BurnImage ...but Windows expects something different: HKCU > Software > Microsoft > Windows > CurrentVersion > Explorer > AutoplayHandlers > HandleBDBurningOnArrival could this be a localisation issue? (I'm using German Win7) anyways: fixing this does not instantly make ImgBurn available for empty BDs, maybe this requires a reboot; not possible a.t.m - still burning ;-) <update2> renaming the ImgBurn handlers is a bad idea... won't work! what actually did work: just add the entries for HandleBluRayBurningOnArrival in HandleBDBurningOnArrival (HKLM > SOFTWARE > Microsoft > Windows > CurrentVersion > Explorer > AutoplayHandlers > EventHandler) don't know why it didn't work with the BluRay keyy but only with the BD key... - maybe the BluRay key wasn't listed in the UserChosenExecuteHandlers key? (but manually adding it there didn't help as well)
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