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  1. Are you running SetupImgBurn_2.5.6.0.exe from Windows Explorer / My Computer / Start Menu's Run command? If not, try with one of those. You could also tell your antivirus / anti-malware to exclude SetupImgBurn_2.5.6.0.exe from scanning / sandboxing, but first make sure you have the original installer.
  2. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000 - the errors come directly from the burner so it's out of ImgBurn's hands. You should use the latest ImgBurn version anyway, since we don't support older, buggy versions.
  3. Probably because it's trying to find filesystem(s) in the source image, but after 30 seconds it'll ask you if it should continue searching or if it should stop.
  4. You need to convert your file to DVD-Video format before burning, which you can do using DVD Flick, DVDStyler, ConvertXtoDVD and similar programs.
  5. Now that you renamed the file, try again the Autodetect devices button in Wine's config.
  6. Wine has ASPI built-in, and Nero's ASPI is just a wrapper for SPTI, so delete your WNASPI32.DLL file and it should work.
  7. It shouldn't need a driver, Windows already has built-in what it needs.
  8. All we can help you with is that your media is junk, so please read this -> http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000
  9. The best option would be a normal-sized burner installed in an external enclosure that can be connected to your laptop: that way you get the burn quality of a decent burner and you can take it anywhere/plug to any computer. For the burner I'd use the latest Optiarc model (usually AD-7280S or AD-7260S) or maybe a Lite-On iHAS124 B (notice it's the B model not Y or some other). For the external enclosure you can use any model that can house the burner, but be sure you can return/exchange it in case it doesn't work well with your laptop (it's uncommon but not unheard of).
  10. That's called 'overburning' and it can't be done with DVD-R media (the burner refuses to even start burning). Technically it can be done with DVD+R media, but it's smaller to start with (2,295,104 sectors compared to up to 2,298,496 sectors of DVD-R media) and the burner can error out at any sector beyond 2,295,104, so your mileage may vary. As for not being able to reply, new users can only reply to topics they have started, so as to avoid thread hijacking. If an older thread can help the new user with a problem, we'll link to it or tell you which search terms to use in order to find those older threads
  11. ImgBurn uses the information provided by the burner, and in your case it's the burner that's changing the amount of free sectors available between 2,297,888 and 2,298,496 (each sector holds 2,048 bytes of data). We've seen this happen before with several burners and we don't know what causes this, but it only happens with DVD-R / DVD-RW media. It's the space shown in the media information text, but you have to take into account the filesystem(s) overhead and whatnot, so the usable space is slightly less than the full disc's capacity. That's why the Build mode has the Calculator button, as it takes all that into account and gives you the straight dope on the free usable space. You received that error because you tried to burn 2,298,144 sectors of data when the burner identified the disc as having 2,297,888 sectors free. You'll have to somehow change your compilation in order to fit that disc. That, or keep cycling the drive until it recognises the disc as 2,298,496 sectors, which or may not happen at all. By the way, update your burner's firmware to the latest version (remove any disc and close the tray before running the updater then reboot the computer after the updater has finished).
  12. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000
  13. I'd get the latest model by Optiarc (usually AD-7280S or AD-7260S), as it's a good burner and cheap price too.
  14. Only DVD+R media can have the booktype changed, while DVD-R media can't be changed. As for the log you posted, it doesn't show you burning anything, so scroll further to find the part from when you burned a disc and paste that session. Also you should update your ImgBurn.
  15. The drive should automatically booktype DVD+R DL media to DVD-ROM by itself, you don't need to do anything. If you're having a problem please explain it in details and also post the log of that burn.
  16. Try looking for updated drivers for your system's chipset / storage controllers (this website might help). Also right-click on your burner's name, then click on Family Tree and copy / paste here the contents of the Log window for us to look at.
  17. Post the log of one of those bad burns.
  18. You could also look for updated drivers for your system's chipset / storage controllers (this website might help).
  19. Install the latest drivers for your system's chipset / storage controllers (this website might help).
  20. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000 You should also enable Windows Update.
  21. I've seen that happen when the enclosure isn't able to provide enough power to the burner, and since it's a slimline burner, are you using one of those enclosures that plug to two USB ports? Are both USB connectors fully inserted? If it has an external power supply then such power supply may have developed a fault.
  22. Use DVD Flick, DVDStyler, ConvertXtoDVD, similar programs to convert your MP4 to DVD-Video, which you can then burn with ImgBurn by following the appropriately named guide.
  23. DVD Flick and DVDStyler are alternatives to ConvertXtoDVD.
  24. As the link posted above says, slim burners are rubbish and your media is garbage, so that's the two things you can try and change in order to get a good burn.
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