Jump to content


Beta Team Members
  • Posts

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by spinningwheel

  1. We don't really condone stealing others property here , so that is not an option on the board. Not at this time, we're getting quite a lot of rain here in the Buckeye state and I can't get the boat home to prep it for the season; so I guess I'll just keep on commenting on your silly assed posting..... Maybe because it's his software and he doesn't need to? Nope, I don't think you do .
  2. I guess it doesn't take an to figure out the answer to that question.... =)) =))
  3. From the Boss ... 'nuff said. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=16315
  4. Slimline drives are notoriously bad, try a full sized one in a external case.. Try Verbatim or Taiyo Yuden discs. Try cleaning your drive. I/O errors are mostly caused by a firmware/media/burner problem. spinner
  5. If it's on your hdd...mount it and play it.
  6. Put "" around your 3 letter search and you'll get there.
  7. Nope, you'll need to use a program such as DVDShrink to reauthor the data so that it plays from 2 discs. In this case Google what you need to know abour Shrink.
  8. Thanks all, had a good one and stayed sober this year...must be getting old
  9. 1. Use your cd/dvd burner and make sure that the firmware is the latest for your model. 2. Nope, slow speed does not necessarily mean a good burn. Burning good discs is a result of firmware/media/burner cooperation. 3. Most burning software can burn a cd correctly, however not many, if any, offer the support that you can get from ImgBurn. 4. Always verify your burn to make sure that the data you have on your source is what you get on the final product. 5. Start with your newest unit. 6. Longest media life is determined by the quality of the disc manufacturer that you choose. I prefer Taiyo Yuden cd's myself. spinner
  10. So...how much help do you really want? Your system can't handle the speed you want..it's not rocket science, just junk discs.
  11. Try 4X speed and if it doesn't work get some Taiyo Yuden or Verbatim discs.
  12. ...I think this is the first time I've read this suggestion...
  13. Trix; Great first post and I'm sure the Boss will appreciate it.
  14. Post a log of the new failure.
  15. ImgBurn is a burning program, not a ripping tool. In order to get a usable file you will have to search for what you want to do on Google as we do not discuss or support intellectual property copying here.
  16. Not really, my old BenQ never quite filled in the device buffer and it ran from 40% to 98% all of the time with no bad burns associated with it. The device buffer simply does not I/O as fast as the data buffer that sends data to it and the device writes to the disc. It's just the way things operate. spinner
  17. We don't offer advice here on how to make copies of copy protected data. ImgBurn is a burning program period. Once you have figured out how (Google) to make a copy, simply follow the burning FAQ's and Guides found on this website.
  18. Your questions are too open ended for a specific reply. Start by reading the faq's and guides referenced in the pink bit on top. spinner
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.