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  1. I tried running ImgBurn, it runs without problems. I have included the log to show you some prove. So for me it's clear, the drivers are in place, ok and functional, the problem is that Cdburnerxp has a bug in the drive enumeration part which makes wrong conclusions about what's in the system and therefore won't run on my system. (The 1 Dvd-rom reported comes from Daemontools lite). So please add some logging/tracing to your code so that I can test it on my system, so that you can resolve the (disk enumeration)matter and that I can continue be using cdburnerxp which to my opinion is the mo
  2. I tried ImgBurn, runs smooth, no problem... I got the feeling that at startup only the drive enumeration fails and that is falsely concludes that there is no suitable drive. I have Deamontools lite running (Yes, i tried to uninstall it and than run cdburner xp, again no luck..), if I select the copy option that drive is recognized as a cd-rom drive. The scsi type dvd-rom is the first in the list, which has a strange drive manufacturer due to the daemaon tools, it reports "I:DI5945E ZCA477Y". So I think the drive enumaration part of cdburnerxp is malfunctioning. This might also be the case f
  3. Which I above stated am. So I'm member of the administrator group, which implies I'm an administrator. The NMSaccessU service is running. More suggestions / ideas what I could check or verify?
  4. You must be kidding, my collegues definetly won't allow me to make a copy of their system... Could it be possible that it is rights related, maybe the cdburner .Net assembly is not granted access to the cd-drives. I'm a C++ programmer and haven't done that much under C#, but you might see this as a hint. I'm member of the administrators group btw so I can alter whatever needs to be altered. Is Cdburnerxp using .Net 1.1, 2.0 or maybe even 3.5, so that i might look into that stuff. Martien.
  5. I did check de device manager, it all shows ok. Using Vista explorer I can burn an Udf DVD without problems, erase a DVD, so the dvd drive/drivers are ok I suppose. Any additional ideas? Regards Martien.
  6. I have had it running on Vista X64 and it was doing fine. Than my disk crashed and I had to do a re-install from scratch from the vista install cd. From that point on it fails to run. It reports no compatible drives found. (TssTcorp dvd +/- RW TS-H653B) If I install 4.0.022.370 it does recognise the CD-drive but I can't burn and get a bug-report. The frustrating thing is that we have running CDBurnerXp on another 6 IDENTICAL pc's and there it runs without problems on those systems!!. I can not figure out why. For the record the other 6 pc's are running vista X64 and are exact the same conside
  7. I have had it running on Vista X64 and it was doing fine. Than my disk crashed and I had to do a re-install from scratch from the vista install cd. From that point on it fails to run. It reports no compatible drives found. If I install 4.0.022.370 is does recognise the CD-drive but I can't burn and get a bug-report. The frustrating thing is that we have running CDBurnerXp on another 6 pc IDENTICAL pc's and there it runs without problems on those systems!!. I can not figure out why. For the record the other 6 pc's are running vista X64 and are exact the same considering hardware (DELL 7100 work
  8. Hello anyone, I have a Dell T7100 workstation, equiped with a TSSTCorp dvd -/+ RW TS-H653B, which is in the supported drive list. I can install and run the app, however no drives are recognized. I have a colleque with an (exact) identical setup (also vista x64) and it runs perfectly there. Any idea? I checked the event log, nothing. Is there any location on disk or registry where I can assist in finding the problem. Regards Martien.
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