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Everything posted by Ch3vr0n

  1. Nope, no virusses are installed by IMGBurn. Never has, you're likely just one of those 'next, next, next' clickers that doesn't read/look what's on the screen. Any ad-ware that gets installed is your own doing. It always has been able to be deselected through the setup. Pretty sure the official IMGBurn mirror (7) doesn't include the opencandy dll anymore. It was THAT DLL that loaded the offers, not IMGBurn itself. Why don't you inform us 'cocksuckers' where you grabbed the setup, then go wash that foul mouth of yours with a bar of soap. Any strong opinion you may have, vac also be said without using such foul language. Verstuurd vanaf mijn Nexus 7 met Tapatalk
  2. Neither a new computer nor updated drivers are going to help. The only thing that MIGHT help is to see if there's newer firmware for that optical drive. If not, swap to better quality blanks. Ritek is about the cheapest crap you can get, and you get what you pay for. Sent from my Nexus 6P with Tapatalk
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  4. Simple. Your player doesn't support playing MP4 files. When you burn an MP4 all you're doing is creating a data data disc with an MP4 on or. You'll need to convert that MP4 to an actual DVD structure. Verstuurd vanaf mijn Nexus 7 met Tapatalk
  5. 5 second Google search on on 'deleting folder ending on period' https://stackoverflow.com/questions/4075753/how-to-delete-a-folder-that-name-ended-with-a-dot Sent from my Nexus 6P with Tapatalk
  6. You can't merge iso's like that. Period. I'd say what you can try is to use something like 'rufus' and make bootable USB drives with them or spend $20 and replace the laptop drive, or get an external burner. Make your choice. Verstuurd vanaf mijn Nexus 7 met Tapatalk
  7. Just burn the iso's each to their own disc. Label them 1/5. Boot from disc 1, all done. There's 5 iso's for a reason obviously or Asus wouldn't have done if that way. Sent from my Nexus 6P with Tapatalk
  8. You can't merge them, burn them to 2 double layer discs. Each iso to its own disc. Problem solved. Verstuurd vanaf mijn Nexus 7 met Tapatalk
  9. Well my bg16 (v1) isn't exactly new either, still going strong. Burning every disc I throw at it without issues and perfect playback. Sent from my Nexus 6P with Tapatalk
  10. Can't believe you've got such problems with lg's. Mine have been going strong for years and still burn as if new. Even my old gh22. Sent from my Nexus 6P with Tapatalk
  11. Just a quick update on this. What a difference 3 little letters can make. Apparantly the exploit was in ElbyCDIO.sys (kernel part of the driver); IMGBurn reports the version of ElbyCDIO.dll the user mode part of ElbyCDIO where there is no exploit. There's no need to update that one
  12. KK, I'll tell them Verstuurd vanaf mijn Nexus 6P met Tapatalk
  13. Where does IMGburn get it's version info for the ElbyCDIO.dll file? This is because Elby has issued a new driver version to fix a security flaw where a malicous program could gain admin rights under certain conditions. The current version is 6130 but IMGburn still lists the now out-of-date 6119 as version in the log output
  14. You can't erase dvd-r or dvd+r, those are single use discs. Trying to erase them will fail and render the discs unusable. Erasable discs are RW. If you burned content on such a disc, it's there permanently. You can't erase single use discs. Verstuurd vanaf mijn Nexus 7 met Tapatalk
  15. ImgBurn will burn whatever you feed it. As to watermarks no, watermark removal of any kind requires some form of material encoding and that's not something it's designed to do. Sent from my Nexus 7 (2013) with Tapatalk
  16. You can't 'burn' an ISO file to a USB flash drive. A flash drive isn't an optical drive which is the only thing imgburn works with. Just use build mode to create the ISO (files & folders to ISO), then use Windows explorer to copy the ISO to the flash drive. Sent from my Nexus 6P with Tapatalk.
  17. Something like vso convertXtoHD should do the trick. Sent from my Nexus 7 (2013) with Tapatalk
  18. Your problem isn't your burner, it's your crappy blank disc brand. Sent from my Nexus 7 (2013) with Tapatalk
  19. Good enough for me Though (yeah i know this would create a duplicate) an option labelled FORMAT would be nice in the next version or modify the string a little for the full erase (since you can't do a quick erase on a new disc) something like Tools > Drive > Erase/Format > Full Though i'll leave that up to you My question is answered.
  20. I have a simple question. I know ImgBurn automatically formats a new BD-RE when you tell it to burn to a new disc. My question is, how do you manually do that WITHOUT telling it to burn content. Is it a matter of Options > Drive > erase > full or something else. I know your busy but if it's "something else" in the prior question, could you add the option under "Drive" to simply tell it to FORMAT the disc inserted in the next version, whenever that one will appear
  21. Then put a dust buster and lots of insect spray in it, then put the whole lot in an industrial microwave and start it up under full power. :-P Sent from my Nexus 6P with Tapatalk.
  22. Being phased? Over here it already has been, years ago. Every broadcast here is PAL. Sent from my Nexus 7 (2013) with Tapatalk
  23. Afaik pal/nstc is stored in the ifo files SECAM I think it's VHS. Sent from my Nexus 7 (2013) with Tapatalk
  24. The second image only affects layer break positioning. The 'other' titles may just not be suitable or meet certain criteria to be used for layer break. No big deal. Sent from my Nexus 6P with Tapatalk.
  25. It's such a nasty thing / problem causer because SP stretches the DVD standard to its limits, as I previously stated. But it is a protection just the same, doing what is designed to do. Prevent proper playback or even playback at all. By nature that's no different than region coding or basic CSS. SP is nothing new, it's existed for years now. Sent from my Nexus 6P with Tapatalk.
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