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  1. Please post the log from when you burned that disc (look here on how to get the log).
  2. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000 Hint: your burner's firmware is very outdated.
  3. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000
  4. Your burner is misreporting the set write speed, nothing to worry about really. Update your burner's firmware and when you burn again check if the message is gone.
  5. Your burner already booktypes DVD+R DL media to DVD-ROM by itself, like most burners do, so that isn't the problem. Do you have a SATA port available? If you do then get a Optiarc AD-7260S burner, it's not expensive and it's a great burner.
  6. It's easier to just enable DHT on both ends (sender and receiver) and let it interconnect themselves
  7. mmalves

    Which DVD-RW?

    I'd get an Optiarc AD-7240S (older model) or an Optiarc AD-7260S (newer model). The latest model seems to be AD-7280S but there aren't many opinions about it.
  8. Your ISO image is bootable so all you need to do is burn it to a disc, and you do that while still in Write mode: when you insert a blank disc in the burner, the big write button (under Test Mode / Verify texts that looks like a file with an arrow pointing to disc) becomes enabled and you press it to burn your disc. Make sure Verify is enabled so that it checks if the disc was correctly burned.
  9. It's shown in ImgBurn's window:
  10. The official microsoft windows ISOs are already bootable. To check yours, open ImgBurn, switch to Write mode ('Write image file to disc' option), load the ISO image and look in the File Sys field: if it says Bootable then the image is ready for burning. If it isn't bootable then you can follow this guide to create a bootable disc / image. By the way, if you need to extract the files from your non-bootable ISO image you can use 7-Zip / WinRAR / similar compression programs to do it.
  11. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000
  12. Look at the size of boot.bin: if it's 2KB then sectors to load is 4, or if it's 4KB in size then sectors to load is 8.
  13. Have you tried this driver? If it doesn't work you could try this older version to see if it works better.
  14. Also update your burner's firmware (remove any disc from the drive and close the tray then run the firmware updater).
  15. Try the OGG decoders listed here -> http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=5555&view=findpost&p=91374
  16. Look for the latest drivers for your system's chipset / storage controllers (this website might help).
  17. Try this firmware update for your burner.
  18. You should use UDF 1.02 as it's the most compatible UDF revision.
  19. Yes, use the Build mode ('Write files/folders to disc').
  20. Update ImgBurn. Update your Windows Vista to SP2. Install the latest drivers for your SATA controller (this website might help). You might also want to read this about dual-layer media -> http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000 //edit snap
  21. You'll have to look into your player's manual to see how to hide it (usually is a Display or OSD button in the remote). ImgBurn itself doesn't change anything you tell it to burn.
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