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Everything posted by spinningwheel

  1. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?/topic/23407-has-the-development-of-imgburn-stopped/
  2. Please post a copy of the log. I/O errors are the result of the drive/disc/firmware not playing well together and a copy of the log supplies a lot more info than a screenshot of an error message.
  3. Since you apparently want something that you're not going to get from here the answer is extremely simple. Either use ImgBurn or delete it and any other stuff that open candy gave you the option to install. It's really just that simple, but don't expect a protracted argument about what the creator/owner of the program offers.
  4. Great first and last post...
  5. Try this: http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?/topic/22991-closing-track-failed-reason-the-device-is-not-connected/?hl=%2Bthe+%2Bdevice+%2Bnot+%2Bconnected&do=findComment&comment=153526
  6. Welcome to ImgBurn. First of all, try using the default font and colors because the ones you used here are realy hard to read. Second, update ImgBurn to the latest version since we do not support previous versions. Third, your Verbatims are actually : which generally means that your 2 slimline drives do not like them.
  7. Great couple posts and welcome to ImgBurn.
  8. Please post the entire log, what you have posted is just the beginning.
  9. The option to opt out of open candy has been explained ad nauseum on this forum. I install from the main page and do not have a problem with figuring out how to not install open candy or any of their bullshit. If you feel that there is a better product out there go and use it. There have been several million downloads of ImgBurn and maybe a hundred complaints about open candy, do the math, it's here to stay until the BOSS decides to use something else.
  10. Please post the entire log, what you have here is just the first few lines.
  11. Your drive does not like the disc/image that you are trying to copy. Try cleaning the drive, inspect the original disc for scratches and crud and clean it or find another copy of the life tributes disc you want to copy.
  12. I don't use M$, but a quick google yielded this solution: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-files/how-to-change-a-wlmp-file-to-a-mp4-file/5c751f81-842a-4a0a-b9db-3d02e0f3c678 with other suggestions as well. Not sure if this helps or not, been a long day already.
  13. Also, you are aware that we are currently on version and don't support previous versions yes?
  14. It is neither malware or malicious. Read the other threads on this and then decide for yourself what you want to do.
  15. I believe that the data on the XP disc is protected. If that is the case, ImgBurn will not copy the data in order to create an ISO.
  16. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?/topic/8000-problems-burning-double-layer-discs/ Please don't double post.
  17. Sorry but that is all under the control of the Open Candy folks, not ImgBurn.
  18. Moved to chat since there is no ImgBurn issue here.
  19. That's not how this forum works. If you think you have found a serious problem post it and we'll deal with it. No sense trying to go around the process since it's a dead end unless the Boss tells you to email.
  20. Scroll down to 4.6 of the awesome tutorial written by Cynthia and you'll have the answer... http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?/topic/6392-the-imgburn-functions/&do=findComment&comment=90430
  21. I quick checked Google for you and I didn't find any program that will do what you need. Maybe someone else will have an answer that works.
  22. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000
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