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  1. Constant disk access: Today, on a newer Windows 7 Ultimate computer, using cdbxp_setup_4.5.6.5931_x64_minimal.exe, I got the same problem I had before. I burned 4 Blu-Ray disks perfectly, then exited CDBurnerXP. When I started CDBurnerXP again, I got only continuous disk access. CDBurnerXP would not exit. One of those times, I was unable to kill CDBurnerXP using Process Explorer. I uninstalled CDBurnerXP and re-started the computer. I tried the latest portable version, CDBurnerXP-x64- Same problem, constant disk access and CDBurnerXP would not exit. I uninstalled CDBurnerXP and
  2. When I click on the CDBurner icon, there is continuous disk access, but CDBurner never starts.. The failure occurred after I installed and un-installed ImgBurn, but I have to way to know if the problem was caused by ImgBurn. A log file is attached. I don't see any error messages. Version:, and several others. Windows XP Ultimate. All other functions working. StarBurn.log
  3. Suggestions: 1) List not only the version, but whether the version is 32-bit or 64-bit. 2) Make the About window large, and with no scrolling.
  4. I'd prefer to do editing. However, if you have writing, maybe it would be appropriate for me. Thanks again for addressing my issue with drag and drop. futurepower.net
  5. Slow to respond, but here now. This page needs updating: http://cdburnerxp.se/en/news
  6. Sure. I would like to do editing only. Please direct me to what I should do first.
  7. It's working now. Yes, I'm using the latest version. I discovered that the .ini file should be placed in: C:\Documents and Settings\MichaelJ\Application Data\Canneverbe Limited\CDBurnerXP\UserSettings.ini NOT in C:\Documents and Settings\MichaelJ\Application Data\Canneverbe Limited\CDBurnerXP\\UserSettings.ini I discovered that the parameter in \CDBurnerXP\UserSettings.ini was set to zero: PreventDefaultDragDrop=0 I changed it to =1 and CDBurnerXP began working correctly. I don't think I made that mistake. I merely copied the UserSettings.ini file from the deeper folde
  8. The source window is the File System window, NTFS. The target window is the File System window, also. The problem is that some users are not expecting that a CD and DVD burning program would be able to make changes in the file system. If someone begins to drag a folder from the File System window to the CD burning Compilation window, and changes his or her mind, he or she often just lifts a finger from the mouse and lets the folder drop somewhere random in in the File System window. That ruins the file system organization in that particular area. That mistake is encouraged by the fact
  9. Thanks for the attention! However, I wasn't able to make the new setting: PreventDefaultDragDrop=1 prevent drag and drop in the file system window. It was still possible to move a file or folder by dragging and dropping. I added that line to my UserSettings.ini file in the folder: C:\Documents and Settings\MichaelJ\Application Data\Canneverbe Limited\CDBurnerXP\ Below is part of my UserSettings.ini file: [General] AppLanguage=en-US PreventDefaultDragDrop=1 ExitToNotify=0 ToolbarDisplayStyle=2 OnlyUseSingleUnit=0 StartLastUsedProjectType=1 LoggingEnabled=0 UseCustomTempF
  10. It is too easy at present to make accidental changes to the file system. It would be great if there were a configuration setting that prevented CDBurnerXP from making any changes whatsoever to a computer's file system. With that setting, CDBurnerXP could only make CD and DVD copies, not changes. We want to install CDBurnerXP on customer's computers, and eliminate the terrible, terrible bloated, buggy commercial burner applications. We installed CDBurnerXP on the computer of an administrative manager. The first thing she did was grab an accounting folder. She intended to drop it in the b
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