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cornholio7

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  1. your burn failed to verify, that usually means it was a bad burn, try again at other supported speeds
  2. http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=5600&st=0&p=60084entry60084
  3. sounds like an incorrect file system. post a log of the burn please
  4. as per the website you can't sell it, as to selling a link, only LUK can answer that
  5. dont know if that would help as the op states it is installing 2.4.4.0
  6. you will need to use DKlang as there are still lots of untranslated strings
  7. from the info from your nav disc Track Path: Parallel Track Path (PTP) writeable discs are OTP Opposote Track Path, meaning they write from the inside - out on the one layer, and from the outside - in on the other layer
  8. lots of people have difficulties with nav discs with them being PTP and the copies being OTP
  9. do you mean this plug in balders? http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtop...33&hl=video
  10. some fujitsu siemens pc's use 3500 with FS firmwares
  11. which brand is your pc? no cables are needed, you just download and run the firmware, make sure there is no disc in your drive and make sure that it doesn't lose power during the upgrade
  12. you have an older drive trying to burn newer media, you can try to update the firmware from here http://www.firmwarehq.com/NEC/ND-3500AG/files.html or try with some 2.4x verbatim discs MIS
  13. and don't forget to update imgburn
  14. take a look here http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000
  15. I 11:18:03 Destination Device: [2:0:0] ATAPI DVD A DH16A3L 8H1F (G:) (RAID) how is this drive configured in bios? optical drives don't work well on a raid channel, adjust the bios setting or move it to another if you can
  16. if you post a log of your burn , there may be other things that can help such as firmware updates. you can find logs under help-> ImgBurn logs, just copy and paste one of your burn attempts here
  17. based on the lack of info you have given, most modern discs like being burnt at 8x or higher, if yours are giving errors burning higher than 4x, either better discs of a new drive should solve your problem, a drive can only burn media at the supported speeds, which is shown in the log or the right hand pane of imgburn
  18. cornholio7

    new here

    use build mode. drag and drop/copy and paste your pictures into the box on the left
  19. i was just asking because they could have started making them now i don't have to search to find any
  20. i have daemon installed, i get that message too, and everything works fine imgburn gives a similar info warning if you have a fat 32 drive, its nothing to worry about
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