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  1. What is the default buffer since after installing Imgburn? What is the recommended buffer size so it will burn good, but keep the PC responsive? Thanks, Kizer
  2. Everything was OK after unchecking the auto calculate button, Thanks, Kizer
  3. Thanks. I will uncheck the Auto checkbox and report back.
  4. So I don't have to hit it if I use the right click ext? Thanks, Kizer
  5. Imgburn comes up and it is auto calculated since I have the auto checkbox selected. The status bar says device ready, but I have to hit the write button for it to burn. I'm not sure what I am doing wrong. THanks, Kizer
  6. Since I use the Imgburn DVDVideo Shell Ext for dvd video, I didn't know if there was an option to do this or not. Thanks for the reply. Kizer
  7. Sorry if this has been asked before, but is there any way to have imgburn auto hit the write button in build mode instead of manually having to hit the button. Thanks. Kizer
  8. Everything seems to be ok now, I apologize for any inconvenience I may have caused. Thanks, Kizer
  9. I can't replicate it. Does it happen everytime, or is this the first time? If it is a one off then a reboot will allow you to delete the folder. Anyone else had this issue with the shell ext? I will try it again and let you know. Thanks, Kizer
  10. I can't delete the folder even after closing imgburn so I don't think it's imgburn. Thanks, Kizer
  11. Any work arounds? What can I do to delete the folder? Thanks, Kizer
  12. Thanks for the reply. I added only the video_ts folder and not it's parent using the Imgburn DVDVideo Shell Ext. Thanks, Kizer
  13. After burning a video_ts folder in imgburn I can delete the dvdvideo files, but I cannot delete the folder itself. I get the following error: Thanks, Kizer
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