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  1. You are burning and verifying the burn without problems, so blaming the program is not in order here. ImgBurn is telling you that you have an exact copy of what you want to burn. Take a look at the original Iso and/or whatever you used to create it. Make sure AnyDVD is disabled when you burn. When burning do nothing else with the system until it is completely done and see if that helps. Make sure ImgBurn is set to it's default settings.
  2. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000
  3. Start here: http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000 You can also try the other available speeds if you want, but your choice of media is almost always a problem.
  4. First of all... Secondly...ImgBurn does not rip protected media. Nor do we discuss ripping protected media here. Third...If that is what you need to do, then Google is your friend and with a little reading and study you will know exactly what to do.
  5. These are the only speeds supported by your drive and 16x is the slowest available to you.
  6. Post a log. We can't tell you much without it since our crystal balls are out on loan to Micro$oft at this time.
  7. Do one or the other. Myself I would go for # 1 for what you described. As far as usable years down the road...that depends on whether you are using good media or crap media. I know you don't have this problem yet but give this a read and pay attention where it refers to suggested media.
  8. I would suggest Google. Try searching for info about creating large iso files.
  9. 1. Your disc is not the best for doing what you want to do. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000 2. If you had used the search function you would have found this as well as other posts about the same subject: http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=6380
  10. Your disc verified fine, how it plays back in your machine is another story. The data that you supplied to the program will determine how well it plays.
  11. Drives are fussy sometimes and do not like the same media that other drives like. Read this: http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000 Although it is written in regards to dual layered discs, the same info applies to single layer discs such as yours. Since your drive only "sees" the disc at 6x or 8x try the 6x speed instead of max (8x).
  12. That's hard to say, but I would venture a guess here: NONE It's always easy to say I would donate $xxx.xx if only you did 'this' or 'that' or 'if this didn't happen' or 'that is what I need you to do with your program". FFS it's freeware and the developer keeps working on it and improving it without charging for it and the whiners keep thinking they have a right to tell him what to do. I've been accused of flaming posters on here lately, and I surely do. But the only ones who get hammered are the ones who fall into the above category. They may not say it, but if I read between the lines and feel that is what they are saying I personally do not care if they were going to buy the program from LUK I will express my opinion. And if they do buy it they can fire my happy arse right after they kiss it. spinner.
  13. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000
  14. Living in the Northcentral U.S. we experience a lot of hot and humid weather during the summer and I have never had - or heard of - anyone having fungus, mildew or anything else grow on their cd/dvd/bluray/vhs/beta/8 track/mini or regular recording media. If it's a concern, wipe off the disc with mild soapy water and rinse it well.
  15. Post a copy of the failed logfile please
  16. Thanks for posting the follow up.
  17. So your first post is to bitch and moan about something? Ain't gonna happen... So try this if you can't figure it out yourself.: http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=21970
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