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  1. Are you able to complete the execution using cdbxpcmd.exe - without the ZIP files? I'm trying to build an automated ISO production process - and can get to around 11% - maybe 70MB but I can't pick up what's tripping the exe up...
  2. Similar to that in ONES/ZULU? I would love this too.
  3. I'm not seeing this either - I can verify after burning from file layout, but not when burning from ISO - I think it's an unintentional omission... right up to Beta version 3.5.101.7
  4. Definitely try different media. Check the connections. Do whatever you can to reduce vibration. Try to use an alternative/external burner if you have access to one. But first, take a look at this thread: viewtopic.php?f=3&t=3111
  5. Follow these instructions: 1. Open CdBurnerXPpro 2. Click 'Create Data CD/DVD' 3. Put in a blank disc 4. Go to 'File' 5. Select 'Burn Disc From ISO File' 6. Browse to the ISO image. 7. Select 'Finalise Disc'. 8, Click 'Burn Disc' You can open up ISOs (i.e. unzip them if you like), but you'd lose the boot sector information that way... If you want to do that use WinImage or ISOBuster
  6. Not sure if this is a combo drive, but try changing the speed under the drive properties 'Recording' Tab - i.e. not within CDBurnerXPpro - this worked for me. 1. Right click on the drive. 2. Select 'Properties' 3. Choose the 'Recording' tab. 4. Modify the speed setting. If you have an additional hard drive installed, use that as the cache or image volume (it's pointless however if you simply have a partitioned single hard drive.)
  7. This is the standard procedure: 1. Open CdBurnerXPpro 2. Click 'Create Data CD/DVD' (don't worry we will be alright) 3. Put in a blank disc 4. Go to 'File' 5. Select 'Burn Disc From ISO File' 6. Browse to the ISO image. 7. Select 'Finalise Disc'. 8, Click 'Burn Disc' Note that this converts the ISO image to a Disc, rather than burning the ISO as a single file onto the otherwise useless CD. This is the common error that I frequently see. Now, if this is an upgrade for a DVD player, you may need to use DVD Video capable recording software - it's likely that the upgrade won't proc
  8. Have you tried re-installing CDBurnerXPpro after the upgrade?
  9. I'm afraid to say that this is indicative of a hardware failure . The discs will likely be toasted as soon as you see this error, but keep a few to check on another drive. You should find that it is independent of the burn software, and may be intermittent to begin with but is likely to crap out completely. I have seen this error on 3 separate drives - the only cure to replace the burner. Try using some other burn software like Magic ISO trial (burns up to a couple of hundred MB) to verify that it's the burner.
  10. Also, you have to return to the layout screen after burning... I occasionally have to write several copies of the same disc - a fix on this would prevent having to set up the ISO image (as this information is lost when you return to the layout screen)... would be a very nice-to-have. Try to burn 10 copies of the same disc (or as I had to do recently - 200 copies overnight...) you'll see what I mean. Don't get me wrong, I strongly recommend this tool to anyone who will listen, but it seems a shame not to implement such a simple thing.
  11. Try MSIzap: You should use the MsiZap command line utility that comes with Microsoft Platform SDK. This forcefully removes the traces of an installation. The usage is: msizap T {product code} or msizap T Getting the Product Code You can find the product code by searching the registry for the product name and looking for the GUID. e.g. MsiZap T {9C3B2A82-C7D7-462F-8D98-48A7B6D889D1}
  12. heh... that's quite funny. Well done.
  13. You probably need to replace your burner - I have seen this issue also. The optics in the drive are borderline and writing data that cannot be accurately read by other drives. There is no workaround. If you have a friend with a USB burner, try burning on that - this will indicate that you have a dodgy drive.
  14. Try different brand of media... TDK, Sony tend to be good with my NEC drive. Verbatim and 'unbranded' were less reliable (80%). I always verify after a burn.
  15. Try removing the software, and running MSI CLeaner. See: http://support.microsoft.com/?scid=kb;en-us;290301
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