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  1. Hi, unclewoolfie. No, I haven't renamed those files. Regards. Ivan
  2. Already posted here: http://www.cdburnerxp.se/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=5392&start=0&st=0&sk=t&sd=a. If the file was downloaded from the official site, you ought to be safe.
  3. IvanV

    33-second bug

    I'd just like to confirm this: I too am get a glitch - audio CDs skip. It happens with every audio CD I burned with CDBurnerXP. The difference is that, here, it happens at 27s (on every disc) and only on the first track (this is probably because I use DAO, so I'd get gapless playback, rather than the default track at once). I am using CDBurnerXP on Windows Vista Business x64. The burner is MSI DR8-A.
  4. Recently, I burned a DVD disc and verified the compilation successfully, but later couldn't find a file on it. Since the occupied space was greater than the combined size of all the files I found on the disc, I opened IsoBuster. I found that the disc had three file systems, ISO, Joliet and UDF (normal, with green icon) and that the file really was on the disc, but it, and the folder it was in, was not appearing in the UDF File system, even though it was listed in ISO and Joliet, and I was able to extract it to my hard drive without any problems. Last night, a similar thing happened with a CD,
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