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  1. taipan

    Missing files

    Based on the amount of people having the same problem with the UDF system, I thought you might have a found an easy way to reproduce this somehow in the meantime. And the cpu usage thing... well, that should be happening on every system most likely, so no reason for NMS not to fix it. If I can help in a way, just let me know!
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    Missing files

    ISOBuster found the missing files and was able to recover them. ISO and Joliet FS include all files, but UDF doesn't. Forgot to say: verification was enabled (result: everything fine)... Seems to be related to: http://forum.cdburnerxp.se/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=5535&start=0 (also an NMS-bug?) Well, as long as cpu usage and UDF bugs do exist, I won't use CDBXP anymore. Major bugs like these (though I know it's not your fault, Flo) have to be fixed immediately and not months or years later (NMS doesn't seem to give a shit). Sadly, a bad burning library trashes a good piece of software
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    Missing files

    Burned a data compilation (DVD) with: - 577 files, 27 folders - 1,81 GB (1.951.511.410 Bytes) Got a DVD with: - 510 files, 26 folders - 1,60 GB (1.727.264.482 Bytes) One folder is missing ("Sommerlager 2008"). Using the current release (, Windows XP and a LiteOn DH20A4P. http://img14.imageshack.us/my.php?image=cdbxp09030401ip8.png http://img21.imageshack.us/my.php?image=cdbxp09030402nh0.png http://img10.imageshack.us/my.php?image=cdbxp09030403ia1.png
  4. Please keep in mind that it's not Flo's fault but the external burning library developer's... (correct me if I'm wrong) @ Flo: Something new concerning the "promises that have been made"? Waiting almost a year now for this bug to be fixed by NMS is maddening me as well.
  5. WinXP Home, CDBXP Version Generally, files or folders dragged from the right explorer view to the left compilation window are stored in the ROOT of the CD/DVD, regardless of existing compilation folders I drop them in. Was already wondering why the ROOT item always gets the focus when entering the left compilation window while dragging... If I try to move folders with subfolders within the compilation window, the files in the folders get lost. Don't want to know where they are afterwards... Really annoying EDIT: just found similar but not identical drag'n'drop problem:
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