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09-11-2006, 05:09 PM
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I do not use nero anymore

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* Added: Option of using an auto-generated (where possible) volume label if none as been specified in Build mode.
* Added: Option to auto ignore 'In Use' files during a 'Build'.
* Added: Directories now have their 'Modified' dates preserved in 'Build' mode.
* Added: Log entry to show existing emulation type of boot image (plus other info) on a cd/dvd when using the 'Create Boot Image' feature.
* Added: The 'Sync Cache' command now auto retries when it fails with the error 'Logical unit not ready, Long Write in Progress'.
* Added: If you load an IBQ (ImgBurn Queue) file and one (or more) of the image files don't exist, you can choose to locate them elsewhere - incase you renamed / moved them.
* Added: Ability to add ';1' (known as File Version Number) to the files in the Joliet filesystem. This 'should' only be done for ISO9660 filesystem files but some players are buggy.
* Added: Ability to auto queue images created in Build mode.
* Added: The 'save on exit' option for the log now has the ability to append to an existing log file. The log is now save by default on new/updated installation and is set to append to a single file.
* Added: Additional logging for when the 'Create Boot Image' operation fails.
* Added: Option to apply the 'Delete Image' setting to the other selected images.
* Added: Buttons to the bottom of the queue window for applying the current settings (i.e. those of the first selected image in the list) to all the other selected images.
* Added: Option to sort Queued images by their parent folder name (NOT the full path, just the folder name).
* Added: Info about total number of queued images remaining and total number of copies remaining to the burn queue window.
* Added: An alternative 'Padded' MD5 calculation for when burning + verifying an image on DVD+R media where the drive automatically pads the image so the last sector is divisible by 16.
* Added: Right click the 'Browse' button in the destination box (in build mode) and you'll get an option to swap the drive of the current path - it'll also show you all drive names / sizes (same as how DVD Dec used to do it when you right clicked the actual name).
* Added: 'Stay On Top' to the system menu of the main window. (Left/right click the top left icon in the Windows caption bar).
* Added: ISO Build mode can now be told where to put the DVD Video type content within an image (start/mixed/end) - really only applies to when you also have normal DVDROM content to add to the image - the default is 'mixed'.
* Added: Support for listing the Manufacturer ID of BluRay discs.
* Added: Various options for how often the 'Check for program update' code should run. Choices are: Daily, Weekly, Fortnightly, Monthly.
* Added: Speeds shown during burn/verify of HD DVD/BD discs should now show the correct relative speeds for that format (rather than being based on 1x DVD speed).
* Added: Support for/detection of new types of media (HD DVD-R DL and BD-R DL)
* Added: Buttons to copy volume labels to the other file systems - i.e. from ISO9660 to Joliet and UDF.
* Added: Info about current status of 'IFO/BUP 32K Padding' option to the image details message box that pops up just before the build starts.
* Added: BD-RE has been added to the existing 'DVD-RAM FastWrite' option. This prevents the drive from performing its own internal write + verification, leaving verification down to the software.
* Added: '/CLOSEINFO' CLI command to allow closing of the application once it has written the info file (based on '/INFO' CLI command).
* Added: '/ROOTFOLDER' CLI command to allow bypassing of the prompt about a single folder representing the root folder.
* Added: '/NOSAVESETTINGS' CLI command to prevent the program from saving the settings when it's closed.
* Added: '/VOLUMELABEL_ISO9660', '/VOLUMELABEL_JOLIET' and '/VOLUMELABEL_UDF' CLI commands for people that like to have different volume labels for each file system in 'Build' mode.
* Added: '/PRESERVEFULLPATHNAMES', '/RECURSESUBDIRECTORIES', '/INCLUDEHIDDENFILES', '/INCLUDESYSTEMFILES', '/INCLUDEARCHIVEFILESONLY' and '/CLEARARCHIVEATTRIBUTE' CLI commands to allow maniplulation of core 'Build' mode settings.
* Added: Build mode can now be passed multiple folders/files via cli using the '/SOURCE' argument and by using pipes ('|') to separate file/folder names within the quotes.
* Added: '%B' to the default IBG file naming options. This is replaced by the date in YYYY/MM/DD format.
* Added: Option of automating the answer ('Yes' or 'No') to the 'Root Content' question in Build mode.
* Added: IBB files now also support the 'Bootable Disc' tab settings in Build mode.
* Added: Option to have the most recently used tab remembered / restored within Build mode.
* Added: Correct sorting of files in the AUDIO_TS folder.
* Added: The uppercase / filtering options for DVD-Video have now been extended to include the AUDIO_TS and JACKET_P folders.
* Added: Warning message to the 'Ignore' button on the 'Create Layer Break Position' window.
* Added/Changed: The 'Create MDS File' option in build mode has been expanded to allow 'Auto' / 'Yes' and 'No' modes. 'Auto' means it'll only be created when there is a need for it.
* Added/Changed: Images built in build mode are now padded so their total size is divisible (exactly) by 16.
* Added/Fixed: Files with the 'Hidden' attribute set are now marked as 'Hidden' within the image file that Build mode creates.
* Changed: The 'Change Volume Label' dialog box has been redesigned so it's more like the one that pops up when you build an image without specifying a name.
* Changed: Some of the pictures on the 'start' buttons have been replaced so they all match. i.e. no more picture of a hdd - it now shows a picture of an image file.
* Changed: The 'Media' tab in ISO Build mode is now hidden when outputting to a 'Device' rather than an 'Image File'. It does not apply when outputting to a 'Device' because it's all automatic.
* Changed: 'Create/Select Layer Break Position' dialog boxes are now resizable.
* Changed: All the 'Media Control Notification' stuff has been rejigged so that windows can detect when the media/media content has been changed if the program isn't doing anything important like burning/erasing etc.
* Changed: The Queue window is now reopened (if appropriate) after inserting the next disc for a queued burn.
* Changed/Fixed: When a build is cancelled and an incomplete file is deleted, the empty folders were also deleted without warning. You're now asked if you want to remove empty directories.
* Fixed: UDF filesystem wasn't using the 'Creation Date' specified in the options for volume dates.
* Fixed: Statusbar stayed showing '0% - Creating Boot Image...' even when it had finished if the boot file was really small.
* Fixed: Verify mode wasn't showing the correct 'progress' values (sectors, size, time etc.) for some CD images.
* Fixed: Layerbreak code in ISO Write mode wasn't correctly being told about fixed layerbreaks - as found on DVD-R DL.
* Fixed: Jumping focus bug when selecting items in the burn queue that had certain option enabled.
* Fixed: It was possible to click the big 'Write' / 'Build' / 'Verify' buttons twice and get 2 lots of threads running doing the same thing. The buttons are now disabled the second they're clicked.
* Fixed: UDF backup anchor could end up in the wrong position due to automatic drive padding on DVD+R when the total image size (in sectors) is not divisible (exactly) by 16.
* Fixed: When doing queued burns (shared between multiple drives), the taskbar button would flash forever until the program was made the foreground app (by clicking on it). Now it stops it flashing once the 'Auto OK' thing has kicked in and it's no longer waiting for user input.
* Fixed: Some of the 'open file' dialog boxes could attempt to take on default file names that they shouldn't have been (i.e. ones internal to the program).
* Fixed: Path names with trailing back slashes weren't accepted/used by build mode when passed using the '/SOURCE' CLI command.
* Fixed: In Build mode, double layer images requiring a lot of padding (to make it 50/50) and at the same time making use of 32k gaps could end up with layer 1 being larger than layer 0 and layerbreak LBA positions shown in the 'Create layer break position' window would be wrong.
* Fixed: Incorrect offset in IFO when a gap was added between IFO and BUP (i.e when there's no, or a small, VOB file).
* Fixed: Some methods of drag + drop weren't working as they should have been.
* Fixed: PECompact virus warning from some AV software.
* Fixed: 'End Of File Reached' error message when verifying some really small images.
* Fixed: 'On Startup' option of setting the 'Build Mode' (i.e. what it outputs to - device/image file) didn't work.
* Fixed: Incorrect custom file/folder times due to daylight savings being applied once within the image and then again by the operating system as the end user views it.
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Hoping they fix the "why should I continue to burn when I can just stop there and makes your disc a coaster ?" problem
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10-05-2006, 12:44 PM
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Hi Phil,
Does imgburn fail on you often?
imgburn has never failed on me, not even once, not even in it's early days.
And neither have dvddecrypter in burning mode.
Im puzzled .
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Hi Phil,
Does imgburn fail on you often?
Not since I found the solution : I removed it.

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imgburn has never failed on me, not even once, not even in it's early days.
And neither have dvddecrypter in burning mode.
Im puzzled .
All versions are failing with me, even if the last one restored some hope... that vanished after only few success. Fortunally this time that was a -RW in the burner.

To say it simple: I bought 100 TY DVD-R recently and the 3 that failed ... were due to Imgburn !
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10-06-2006, 02:42 PM
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Man, that's heavy duty!
Have you droped Luke a message or a PM at his forum?
I'm sure he would want to know what's wrong.
I know you are a very experienced user when it comes to computers but first things you should be looking out for would be:
- get rid of M$ SPTI and/or uninstall any Adaptec ASPI drivers and install Nero ASPI manager by copying it's DLL to the folder where you installed imgburn.
- Never have any Roxxio software installed -> even after you uninstall it burning will never be the same unless you restore a good registry backup
- remove your IDE disk controller and restart Windows so that it finds and installs your IDE controller and so that it enables DMA on it.
Usually Windows will tell you that DMA is active but sometime it isn't and the only way I know to fix this is by reinstalling the IDE controller.
BTW, does the coaster show you any error message when it fails?
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Man, that's heavy duty!
Have you droped Luke a message or a PM at his forum?
I'm sure he would want to know what's wrong.
I'm not the only people with that problem. I don't care, I use other thing. Superiority of DVDDecrypter above Nero for burning is really over estimated. My burning are just as good as they can be with either of the programms.

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- get rid of M$ SPTI and/or uninstall any Adaptec ASPI drivers and install Nero ASPI manager by copying it's DLL to the folder where you installed imgburn.
I already tried a lot of ASPI but not sure about Nero ones.

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- Never have any Roxxio software installed -> even after you uninstall it burning will never be the same unless you restore a good registry backup
I dropped them years ago .

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- remove your IDE disk controller and restart Windows so that it finds and installs your IDE controller and so that it enables DMA on it. Usually Windows will tell you that DMA is active but sometime it isn't and the only way I know to fix this is by reinstalling the IDE controller.
Without DMA my disc drop to 4 MB/s insteed of 40. Impossible to miss it . I never faced a DMA not active when Windows is saying it is.

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BTW, does the coaster show you any error message when it fails?
Cheers Phil
If you trust DVDDecrypter, it is still burning but the progress speed is 0.0x and I let the PC all night long to see if an arror finalyl occurs. But no. I have to shutdown the PC to eject my coaster (drive locked).
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10-07-2006, 06:30 AM
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I'm not the only people with that problem. I don't care, I use other thing. Superiority of DVDDecrypter above Nero for burning is really over estimated. My burning are just as good as they can be with either of the programms.
I didn't know that people were being hit by this problem.
You're saying that it even comes from the DVDDecrypter times?
I don't find ImgBurn overrated.
But I find Nero bloated.
There is even a nice tool to remove a lot of crap from Nero but as far as I know it only works with Nero 6.0.
Here, take a look http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?...dpost&p=309630.
With NCAB you can build a Nero 6.6 installer free of CoverDesigner, SoundTrax, StartSmart, MediaHome, PhotoSnapViewer, ShowTime.
Of course you can choose which tools you want to keep in your new installer and you can even remove the Yahoo toolbar .

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I already tried a lot of ASPI but not sure about Nero ones.
If you want to give it a try, even if after all your problem might not be related to bad ASPI drivers, then take a look here http://ww2.nero.com/nero7/enu/ASPI_Driver.html.
Best free ASPI drivers that a man can find .
Just unzip the DLL and copy it to \windows\system32 or copy it to each burning program path.
It's just that easy .

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(Roxxio) I dropped them years ago .
Good for you .
I just wish everybody would do the same .

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Without DMA my disc drop to 4 MB/s insteed of 40. Impossible to miss it . I never faced a DMA not active when Windows is saying it is.
Good sharp eyes, Phil .
Well if it ain't any of the above mentioned, I really don't know what to say.
Even because as you are saying that this is a well known bug.
Strange though that I can't find any thread at ImgBurn's forum about it.
Could you point me to it?
I am curious because it's not about any superiority.
It's all about reliability and I always found ImgBurn was a very reliable product.
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I didn't know that people were being hit by this problem.
You're saying that it even comes from the DVDDecrypter times?
I think that is Sparkster that suggested me a setting in windows that solved the problem for him (set priority for system tasks rather than background) but it does not solved the problem completly for me. The problem actually comes from Windows DVDDecrypter worked correctly at the beguining. That has something to do with a XP patch I guess, as often with M$ . Note that I tried to replace Nero and DvdDecrypter with other things and some programms gave me the same problem than DVDDecrypter (I think that was blindwrite). This confort me in the idea that the problem is in windows.

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I don't find ImgBurn overrated.
But I find Nero bloated.
There is even a nice tool to remove a lot of crap from Nero but as far as I know it only works wit Nero 6.0.
I'm talking about the quality of the burned disc. I'm testing all my burns before to remove the source form my HD, and Nero"s one don't give me more errors than DVDDecrypter. The benchmark (on doom9 if I remember well) that everyone is trusting to say that Nero is crap and DVDDecrypter is better is at best obsolete, at worst simply a matter of circumstancies. In my system at least I can tell that the result are different. (note: I'm using nero 6.6.0..

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Nero 6.6 installer free of CoverDesigner, SoundTrax, StartSmart, MediaHome, PhotoSnapViewer, ShowTime.
Of course you can choose which tools you want to keep in your new installer and you can even remove the Yahoo toolbar .
You are mistaking Nero suite (aka Nero Premium since release 7.0) and Nero burning room. I have Nero Burning room 6.6.0.8 and the package is no more than 15 MB. I don't use anythign else from Ahed, except InCD.

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Strange though that I can't find any thread at ImgBurn's forum about it.
In fact I do not say that the problem is already discussed on that forum (I never went to it. I'm not used to complain about something free, I'm taking it as it is). That is on KVCD.net that I see that I was not the only one.
Note that I have a 1.3 Ghz P4 and a winXP pro SP1, that's probable a situation not very common, and the reason why you never see about that problem elsewhere.

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It's all about reliability and I always found ImgBurn was a very reliable product.
Nothing is reliable under windows
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Well, just want to let you know that we have a PC at work that works basically as a DVD server .
Which means that all the users who don't have a CD/DVD on their workstation will have to get their butts off their chair and use that workstation to burn their discs using files from the fileserver.
Now, since that PC is only used for that purpose we had it formated, installed WinXP Pro SP2 on it (CD made with RyanVM's update pack, one of the first ones I downloaded).
Then this PC usually get's all it's updates through our WSUS server.
This PC is a PIII550 with 128MB with a 10GB harddrive.
There's room for XP, Office XP, McAfee and not much more other wise we don't have space for the swap file and for a full DVD5.
We installed Nero 6.6 (the pack #1) along with ImgBurn.
All works well and we only had a 25 DVD cake once that refused to burn with our setup.
The DVD burner is an LG similar to mine.
Of course with such a limited PC we usualy burn CDs at 16x (or at 8x when files come from the fileserver in busy hours) and DVDs at 2x.
Everything has been working like a charm for more than one year now .
I thought I'd share our experience.
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