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  1. I tried version and, at least for the (first) disc I burned, the verify speed was normal. Telek, what version did you use?
  2. Yes. Use Audacity (http://audacity.sourceforge.net/).
  3. The "disc" word from the first two choices begin with a capital letter.
  4. Burn ISO disc. That's all. Since it is a large download, compare the hash of the ISO with the one provided at the SUSE website.
  5. When verifying a burnt disc, all the filenames have their letters capitalised (DRIVERS instead of Drivers). On the disc, the files are displayed as they should be. The disc filesystem is the default one (ISO/Joilet/UDF). CDBurnerXP NET Framework 2.0 SP1 Windows XP SP3 32bit
  6. When verifying, the remaining time is not estimated very good, as you can see in the following image. The verifying phase is indeed slow (more than 16 minutes for a 4,04 GB DVD), but the numbers from the GUI are way higher. If this is not already implemented, the remaining time could be calculated according to the actual read speed of the disc.
  7. Done that, now it works. It seems the problem is because I used a "portable" version. Installed it on another computer (using the installer), copied the files to a USB stick, then used it at home. I asked before about this in this topic: http://forum.cdburnerxp.se/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=6710. Could the problem be related to an unregistered DLL?
  8. If I add any file or folder to the compilation using Windows' drag and drop, a message shows and the total size of the compilation remains 0,00 MB. Message shown in image. The exact error is " Unable to cast COM object of type 'NMSDVDXLib.DataImageXClass' to interface type 'NMSDVDXLib.IDataImageX'. This operation failed because the QueryInterface call on the COM component for the interface with IID '{639520A1-3657-493E-8326-C88A8E90B4A9}' failed due to the following error: No such interface supported (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80004002 (E_NOINTERFACE)). ". CDBurnerXP .NET Framework 2.0 SP1 Windows XP SP3 x86
  9. CDBurnerXP is a disk burning application, not a media file converter Use http://mediacoder.sourceforge.net/ to convert to AVI (XviD (video) and MP3(audio)), that should be compatible with your player.
  10. In the changelog this is listed: "Made CDBurnerXP properly portable". Does it mean that after I install it locally, I can copy the files to a USB flash drive, then use it wherever I want (of course, if .NET 2.0+ is installed)?
  11. When you click the "Disc information" and you have no disc inserted, the disc image shows that you have a 100 MB disc with 60 used and 40 free. CDBurnerXP
  12. When you have the interface for "Audio Disc", if you change the Tile view from horizontal to vertical, in the menu it is shown that you still have horizontal.
  13. In the Updater form, there is a small cosmetic bug: installed version is without some zeros and the available one is with.
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