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  1. Just wanted to say it's working again! I realised after I rolled back to Win8.1 that there was a newer version of CDBurnerXP available so I installed that and it works. Not sure what changed but it's nice to have it working again. Fingers crossed it stays that way.
  2. Sorry again for the super long delay between replies. Real life can be a pain and the rarity of burning a CD/DVD tends to make me forget about the problem. Rolled back to Windows 8.1 and CDBurnerXP doesn't work again. Surely it's gotta be something in Windows that's broken it. Not sure whether it's worth your while trying to fix it, but there are still a lot of people on Win 7 and 8. If there is any information I can provide that's useful let me know.
  3. I had a look at that link and it doesn't really help. I have no virtual drives installed, only have standard USB devices - Logitech USB Mouse & Keyboard. Logitech Mouse uses either wireless or corded so it has a USB dongle too. It is however the same setup I've been using for ages and it worked fine before. The problem occurs regardless of whether a disc is in the drive or not. On an interesting note, I updated (update keeping all my apps and files not a clean install) to Win10 Pro 64bit after my last post (planning to roll back to Win8.1 64bit in the next week or so) and CDBurnerXP 4
  4. Sorry for the late reply to this. I haven't needed to burn anything since the last post, til today. Fired up CDBurnerXP and nothing happened, no visible CDBurnerXP window. Checked task manager and there is a process there. Just like the old version it couldn't be ended. I had to do a hard reboot because the PC would not restart using the proper restart procedure. After rebooting I tried the newest version listed on the site and just like my first post in this thread it would start successfully but then would hang if I actually tried to burn anything. Again, I co
  5. Thanks I'll give that a whirl to see if it helps. I am curious though, CDBXP was working fine a couple versions ago, even burning the same image on the same media. I haven't changed hardware in my PC and there is no new software either. The only things that have changed have been Windows Updates and CDBXP itself. And I guess the antivirus software updates it's signatures all the time. Any thoughts on what might have changed?
  6. I was having problems starting CDBurnerXP (see this thread: The update to allowed it to start successfully again but I can no longer burn ISOs anything. What happens is I start CDBurnerXP and from the initial dialog I choose "Burn ISO image". The next dialog appears and I choose the ISO file and click "Burn disc" at which point it stops responding. The disc doesn't get burned and I can eject the disc (using the physical eject button) from the burner without issue but CDBurnerXP is completely unresponsive. It can't be closed in any way. Trying to close it does nothing, and even
  7. I was having the same problem with the older versions of CDBurnerXP as well. Upgrading to or resolved the startup issue but introduced new problems. Like the OP I suspect an MS update has managed to break compatibility somehow as the program was running just fine before and only started having issues recently (since MS have been pushing updates trying to get people to move to Windows 10).
  8. Running Windows7 64bit, I renamed a file that was to be burnt and the burn hung. I'm not sure whether I renamed it before or during the burn, I thought before, but I'm not 100% positive. CDBurnerXP still shows CPU activity and says "Running" in Task manager, but it's been sitting at the same file for half an hour now and doing nothing. Its also unresponsive - I can't move the window, I can't cancel it, can't do anything with it other than killing the task in task manager. Also, once I killed the task I was unable to eject the DVD. Had to reboot to get it out. If it makes any difference, run
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