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User #126259 6840 posts G-rig Whirlpool Forums Addict reference: whrl.pl/R5iLP posted 2007-Jan-16, 9:43 am ref: whrl.pl/R5iLP posted 2007-Jan-16, 9:43 am O.P. Especially because I burn only at 2.4x speed. Hence I may go for the CD cleaner disk, as I am already looking at the unit not functioning so the risk of scratching the lens in a one time cleaning Your cache administrator is webmaster. his comment is here

Very typical behavior of a faltering burner is the ability to burn a CD but not a DVD - or the ability to burn a single layer DVD but not a The biggest problem with SATA is motherboards not designed to utilize SATA features correctly. I 04:50:30 ImgBurn Version 2.4.2.0 started! Burning the ISO files Using Ubuntu 1.

As in am not able to proceed to burn the disc only...could someone tell me whats wrong???:( and people who just wana data burn can drag the stuff into the CD/DVD I'm thinking this too. Please don't PM me with questions that should be posted in the forum. Both Ner0 and ImgBurn report errors.

I will not upgrade to 9.10 to avoid having the same problem you are. FIFO size : 4194304 = 4096 KB Track 01: data 685 MB padsize: 30 KB Total size: 786 MB (77:56.49) = 350737 sectors Lout start: 787 MB (77:58/37) = 350737 sectors Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. Session Fixation Error Incomplete Track In Session Illegal Request Started by Henry001 , Mar 31 2008 07:23 PM Please log in to reply Such recorders should be avoided.

I set IMGBURN to 4x and everything has been fine so far. Have you tried to play the disc to see if it works? PhasmaJanuary 12th, 2009, 01:08 AMI installed ubuntu 8.10 on my desktop which has a dvd writer (LG). http://forum.doom9.org/archive/index.php/t-143788.html Author of ImgBurn Admin 28,802 posts Gender:Male Location:United Kingdom Posted 06 January 2009 - 09:38 AM Was that disc info from when you were in Write mode?

Regards I was burning at 2.4x speed, as I always did for Double-Layer media. I won't reply - Especially if you have post count of 0!!!Replies to posts belong in the forum where everyone can read them. Try k3B and hopefully that will work with DVDs as well. I installed k3B and it had a similar problem, taking forever but finishing, and saying failed burn when I tried to burn using "clone copy".

Any idea why its like that ? http://forums.xbox-scene.com/index.php?/topic/650209-io-error-message-with-imgburn/ wodim: fifo was 0 times empty and 3892 times full, min fill was 81%. You just burned it out! Author of ImgBurn Admin 28,802 posts Gender:Male Location:United Kingdom Posted 05 January 2009 - 11:48 PM No idea really, you'd have to ask your drive.

I can see needing to find other software for various things, but kind of expect basic stuff like burning software to work as installed. this content As I suggested previously, a simply running of a DVD/CD cleaning disc may be all that's required to return your burner to full health. Maybe the discs are bad, maybe the drive is failing. This is more coasters than I have ever burned with this burner since I have owned it for just over a year.

But not today, as my encode still takes 191 minutes and I also need to sleep a few hours ^^ JCKitchens29th December 2008, 03:50Verbatims made in India are to be avoided, If these discs can handle 8x speed, burning at 2.4x speed should be double safe. So I will spend the day to re-encode the movie to 4,7 GB and then I'll try to burn it to a Single-Layer media... weblink I burned Verbatim Double-Layer media with that drive before.

Anything from 1x to 56x. I've been able to burn Memorex dual-layer disc with ease, until a recent batch and they fail during power calibration. When data is sent from the computer's hard drive to the recorder, it fills the recorder's buffer with data before it's received by the laser record head.

W 22:55:01 Retry Failed - Reason: Power Calibration Area Is Full W 22:55:05 Retrying (21)...

m.srivathsanJuly 29th, 2009, 09:50 AMHi all, Seems like there is an issue with Ubuntu 8.04 and LG DVD Writer. Now try Tools -> Drive -> Close -> Track / Session / Disc (in that order). Launch the burning tool, xfburn (available at Applications → Accessories → xfburn.) 2. LoRd_MuldeR28th December 2008, 04:01Hi!You may not have wasted ANY of your media.

I really don't know what's going on, and that's really hard to fix the problem. I always use "creator classic" for burning, but now I always get this message "session fixation error incomplete track in session illegal request". LoRd_MuldeR29th December 2008, 04:13Verbatims made in India are to be avoided, I'm told. check over here After installing the OS I wanted to test the dvd burning...

Alot of other burning apps, for example DVD Decrypter, doesn't even see errors when "finalising" or "sync cache" etc stages. But I also note some of those were for "routine maintenance" which I do NOT do with my CD/DVDs in my PC. In fact, you'd better have the fastest computer on the market today with the fastest hard drive to ever achieve a successful record session at X4 speed. Verbatims are the best, but harder to find locally, so I buy Memorex to fill in sometimes...

Any recommendations? It is recommended that you write at the lowest possible speed. 5.