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Everything posted by mmalves

  1. Also update to the latest firmware available for your burner.
  2. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000
  3. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000
  4. Update your burner's firmware (remove any disc and close the tray before updating then reboot the computer after the update has finished). //edit didn't see it was a combo drive, anyway, updated firmware should be used
  5. ImgBurn isn't the problem, so please read again the topic LUK posted above.
  6. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000
  7. ImgBurn doesn't do on-the-fly copying. You could enable the Add To Write Queue When Done option to save 2 clicks though
  8. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000
  9. Files are listed alphabetically in the file system, and the option you mentioned controls the order the files are phisically placed on the burned disc. Also your player may be sorting the files by MP3 tag or similar. Try burning a disc (use a rewriteable if you have one handy) with the files named as: 001-name.mp3 002-name.mp3 00x-name.mp3 (in the order you want them) You might want to use the Advanced Build mode for that.
  10. ImgBurn doesn't support making multisession discs. By the way, you can use Windows' built-in burn feature to do what you want.
  11. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000
  12. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showforum=15 - you can also check the MyCE forums for media quality discussions. From our tests Verbatim is the only one that gives constantly good burns and readable discs on most devices.
  13. The piece of the log you posted shows that disc was burned at max speed (6x with your drive/firmware/media combination). All that you can try has already been outlined above by LUK.
  14. Update your burner's firmware and try again. You could also try burning at 4x. It would be best, though, if you used Verbatim BD-R DL media, as the one you have uses low quality CMC MAG dye/ink.
  15. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000 On another note, you should enable Windows Update, or at least use it to manually check for updates every few weeks.
  16. Please post the log of that burn (you can find previous logs in ImgBurn's Help menu).
  17. ImgBurn's default settings work fine for most people. In the rare cases settings have to be changed, ImgBurn will ask you about them and also explain why (e.g. BD-Video discs use UDF 2.50+ instead of UDF 1.02) Notice the guide you quoted above tells you to change Joliet settings when in fact you're not even including Joliet as a filesystem (it tells you to use ISO9660 + UDF only). Also notice that UDF 1.02 is far more compatible than UDF 1.50, so use the default UDF 1.02 revision if you don't have a specific reason to use a higher revision.
  18. We already have a guide for that in our Guides section -> http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=4643 You should also read this regarding dual-layer media -> http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000
  19. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000 And update ImgBurn too.
  20. The Options tab is in ImgBurn's main window, just below the menu bar and to the right.
  21. Try with another USB 2.0 certified cable. Try plugging on other USB sockets. You could also try looking for the latest chipset drivers for your system (this website might help). Also, when you plug the burner, notice if Windows doesn't say something like "this device can operate at faster speeds": if it says this then the device is operating at USB 1.x speed, which is why it doesn't go above 0.7x burn speed. You should also enable Automatic Updates to update to the latest service pack for your Windows edition.
  22. Try burning at 4x, and if that doesn't work then you could try 6x or 8x.
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