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  1. I would say that's true of Hollywood mainstream movies but who's counting? I have several porn and music concerts that aren't copy protected. That's a whole other industry. Maybe I should discuss the porn with mmalves though. I know now it's not a ImgBurn issue. If ImgBurn detects this problem, which I am thankful for, possibly the error message could be worded in a way most understand without the need to hunt for support for non-ImgBurn issues?
  2. What support are you talking about for Euro 79? Did someone get up on the wrong side of the bed? Anyway blutach, not all retail DVD use copy protection and as I said in the thread start I used ImgBurn. I had thought that maybe the disc didn't have a layer break and that was why the error msg, but I've read in other threads that isn't true. Thanks!
  3. It's a original retail DVD. No password or anything like that. Just wanted exact clone keeping file dates too. Does this mean that it cannot burn the disc as it was read?
  4. Hello and thanks again for ImgBurn, I made an image with ImgBurn from a DL DVD. Tonight I went to burn and got this error message: Optimal L1 data zone start LBA: none found (VTS_04) this image has not been mastered correctly for burning onto a double layer (OTP track path) disc. None of the cells meet the 'DVD-video specification' criteria for a potential layer break position I've read from some of your other replies that I should rebuild the image. I was hoping to retain the original Imp ID and would lose this if rebuild. Is there anything else to do? Also if ImgBurn read and made the image, why did this happen? Thank you. Regards, Sliztzan
  5. some people get the white printable only because the surface is more durable. For CD's if you scratch the top you cause more damage than if the bottom was scratched. The opposite is true with DVDs. I use a marker pen also for my DVD. From what I've read your pen should be made for this purpose. These are the ones I use. They are in most stores that sell blank media and are labeled for this purpose. Mine are made by Fellowes.
  6. yippie! I got one right! hope they get that fixed.
  7. Thats strange. The only thing I can think of is trying to disable your virus scanner. I have seen this problem on some computers.
  8. Thank you Lightning for all your good work and support!!
  9. That last one sounded so easy, so I have no clue if it will work or not. But according to the poster it works. This one looks like the windows DOS COPY command for merging VOB files.
  10. Rename all of them or just those two? I question because of the skip to .006 by the poster instead of .002, .003 etc. Thanks!
  11. Thanks Cynthia and spinningwheel, thats great. I'll pass along the news and report back if I get the same Regards
  12. I've split the image into 1GB sections, eg I01, I02, MDS and the question came up of how to mount or burn this on a Mac? I'm not a Mac user and thought maybe someone was familiar with a solution? Is there a straight forward simple program for Mac or would they need to use a virtual Windows program? Thanks for your help. Regards
  13. Virtual Clone Drive v5.2.0.2. It's from Virtual Clone Drive v5.2.0.2. Different link but same file. I also noticed that ImgBurn pick up the actual drive name even though in Windows Explorer shows the Volume Label of the DVD in the drive.
  14. It works ok with Daemon Tools. I just didn't need all of the emulation stuff with Daemon. Was hoping just to have a virtual drive mounter. Fyi, I tried reinstalling Elbys and it still didn't work. So I'll just stick with Daemon.
  15. I just switched to Elby yesterday. I'll try Daemon again.
  16. I 14:37:06 ImgBurn Version started! I 14:37:06 Microsoft Windows XP Professional (5.1, Build 2600 : Service Pack 2) I 14:37:06 Total Physical Memory: 3,143,404 KB - Available: 2,423,312 KB I 14:37:06 Initialising SPTI... I 14:37:06 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices... I 14:37:06 Found 1 DVD-ROM, 1 DVD
  17. No, I didn't change the one in the build tab, though I did try that one too just for grins and giggles. Edit: Yes all my DVD Drives show as CD Drive under the category 'Type' in My Computer The drive is Virtual CloneDrive
  18. I have the settings to split into 1GB sections when reading the DVD, but it makes a complete single file image. DVD Decrypter works ok. eg I01, I02, etc. Is there a setting I'm not seeing? thanks Edit: Ok I see the issue. This is a mounted image. It works from a physical DVD. Is there a work around?
  19. I had one coaster yesterday at 2.4x with verify error at vts #1 Burned the replacement at same speed (no change) with no errors. So I'm just burning at 4x from now on since thats what you guys works.
  20. With CDSpeed they both got the same rating of 77.
  21. I see that regedit. Thanks for that . Why the heck do they block it? BTW I ran the scan with DVDInfo and quality was just a bit higher with a 2.4x burn than a 4x burn on my media. 93.2 at 4x and 95.6 with 2.4x. But those reports are much better reports than I was getting with the older Plextor 755sa
  22. Thanks, but disc quality doesn't work with this drive.
  23. Is it normal for IB to take 5 min to finalize a DL disk? What does finalization actually do? I've seen a couple posts here mentioning finalize problems with Samsung burners (203B). I just bought mine which is the 203N. I wish I had know that before I bought it. Maybe I should get a LiteOn? ; //****************************************\\ ; ImgBurn Version - Log ; Monday, 17 March 2008, 16:49:49 ; \\****************************************// ; ; I 16:00:17 ImgBurn Version started! I 16:00:17 Microsoft Windows XP Professional (5.1, Build 2600 : Service Pack 2) I 16:00:17 Total Physical Memory: 3,143,404 KB - Available: 2,291,256 KB I 16:00:17 Initialising SPTI... I 16:00:17 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices... I 16:00:17 Found 1 DVD-ROM, 1 DVD
  24. thanks , I just picked up the samsung 203b internal sata edit: actually it is the 203N which added light scribe.
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