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  1. Since your problem is with a torrent file, which you do not have the intellectual rights to, we can't help you with the steps necessary to convert from what you have as data to what you will finally burn to a disc. Google what you want to do and you will find that there is a wealth of information available for you to read and learn. If you then have a problem with burning the converted data to dvd using ImgBurn, we'll be able to help you. Also, please do not double post. :thumbup:

  2. From your log:


    I 17:08:54 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 00:11:25


    You have to use another type of program to successfully convert a game for burning. Since you apparently downloaded the files, you will have to do a Google on what you want to accomplish since we do not give advice or support for problems with pirated software.

  3. It's because you're unwilling set aside your personal opinions to change or implement things that would make the program even better. And I'm not just talking about this petty instance.


    It's his program, and he decided to share it with the world. What he does with it and doesn't do with it is his choice, not yours, mine or anyone else's. Attacking because you don't like something you had nothing to do with is ignorant at best,moronic at least, and just plain out of place here. Use Nero, Roxio or something else.

  4. I believe it means that the average speed for the whole disc write is 20.3x while the fastest it wrote at some point in time is 24.2x. The disc speed has to ramp up at certain points and that is controlled by the drive and not the program. The drive is writing to a smaller track as it starts and a much larger track as it reaches it's max speed and therefore burns more data per rpm....or I could be wrong deeb. ;)

  5. It's not necessary to keep deleting and reinstalling ImgBurn, that's just a waste of your time. Once, if necessary, is usually plenty.


    E 15:14:55 Graph Data File:


    E 15:14:55 Export Failed!


    Are you deleting the graph data file info from the log before posting, or is it just not making a log?


    W 14:48:38 Write Speed Miscompare! - Wanted: 2,770 KB/s (2x), Got: 5,540 KB/s (4x)


    FYI your drive burns the discs at


    I 14:48:38 Destination Media Type: DVD+R DL (Disc ID: RICOHJPN-D01-67) (Speeds: 4x, 6x, 8x)


    So 2x is not a viable choice, so ImgBurn picks the next available value.


    Did the disc verify completely? You cut off the log before the final entries. If it did then the disc is an exact copy of the original file.

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