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Posted May 30, 2013
Sorry, my bad.
I meant multi-session....
That has been asked and answered many times here. The Boss doesn't want to (more problems, more code in the program and there are other alternatives instead of spanning multiple discs).
Posted May 27, 2013
No. ImgBurn does not do multi-session.
Posted May 25, 2013
Try a different disc manufacturer.
Try a different speed for your write.
Clean your drive.
Replace your drive.
in ImgBurn Suggestions
Posted May 24, 2013
Asked and answered. Done.
Posted May 10, 2013
I 07:44:01 Source Media Implementation Identifier: MVSN
Your drive can't read the disc your trying to copy. MVSN is the stock symbol for Macrovision. If the disc that you are trying to read is copy protected you will not be able to use ImgBurn to read it.
If it's not copy protected, try cleaning the drive with one of those drive cleaning discs and then you can try to clean the disc and see if it's badly scratched or something.
Posted May 8, 2013
You could check to see if there is an update to the firmware for the drive, otherwise go out and buy the correct speed discs since your burn is failing right from the start.
Posted May 4, 2013
Try cleaning the drive. Try 4x speed. Possibly need a new drive.
in ImgBurn General
Posted May 2, 2013
Great first post..thanks.
Posted April 26, 2013
Open ImgBurn, place the good disc in the drive, select device on the right panel, count down 11 lines from the top info line and you should find the MID of the disc you can burn to. Try other discs and trade names and you'll find that discs have varied MID's depending on who made them...not who named and sold them.
Posted April 25, 2013
Posted April 24, 2013
Update ImgBurn and try the other available speeds. I/O errors indicate that the drive/firmware/media do not agree with each other at some time.
Since the Boss didn't answer this for you I guess it would mean that he's not interested in making any changes to the program that would make it larger and serve a very small number of users since this is the first request like this I've ever seen.
Posted April 21, 2013
Tried restarting Window$ ?
If it's not listed in the drives portion of the forum try contacting the LG link below as this has nothing to do with ImgBurn.
Great first post and welcome to ImgBurn.
Posted April 17, 2013
Is it a good idea to put a drive cleaning disk into a slimline? Should I spray the inside with spray duster?
If cleaning doesn't work, replace the drive.
First, before we can help lets decide if it's a burning problem (which we can help you with ) or a ripping problem (which we will not help you with ). Post a logfile from one of your burns that freezes or has some other problem.
Posted April 15, 2013
When drives begin to reach the end of their limited lives, they give errors such as yours. Since we do not repair drives here, we recommend, due to their low cost, that the user replace them. If you can think of another alternative to replacing a shit drive, feel free to suggest it.
Also, since you are already running a thread on this subject under another posting, read the advice given there and look at your disc quality.
Posted April 14, 2013
I 04:23:31 Destination Media Type: DVD-R (Disc ID: CMC MAG. AM3)
Same info applies to single layer discs also.
Verbatim and Taiyo Yuden give you the best shot at a good burn.I
Posted April 11, 2013
Maybe this will help:
Posted April 10, 2013
Is it worth the hassle?
Why not try, all you can loose is what you've already paid for the media plus the aggravation.