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  1. Thanks again for your advice. I have now upgraded the firmware and have checked DVDs that have already been written, which still show as they did before both on Windows Explorer and CDBurner XP. However, if the problem occurred at the burning stage then I presume this would be the case. It looks to me as if the DVD has been closed rather than being left open as requested - in fact with version 4.5 beta it did say 'Closing Disc', but I wasn't sure whether it really meant writing the lead-out as it used to say on version 4.4. Next time I burn a DVD, I will see if anything has changed with the
  2. Thanks for your advice, floele. But I have now installed, and still have the same problem. Looking back at other DVDs that were burnt, it seems that I have always had the problem, so I don't know whether it is incompatibility with my DVD writer. I am not too concerned about this, as DVDs are now quite cheap, so it doesn't matter if there is wasted space, but I was just interested to know if anyone else had this problem. Whilst using the new version of CDBurnerXP, I noticed a few differences and was not sure whether these were intentional or not. 1. When burning the DVD there is
  3. I am running version of CDBurnerXP on Windows XP Pro with all latest updates. My drive is an Optiarc DVD RW AD-5170A. Having written a Data DVD that was only half full and burnt using the 'Leave Disc Open' option, it then shows as being completely full with no free space when I reload it in the drive. It shows the Used Space as 4.38 GB, Total Estimated Size as 4489.50 MB and Remaining Size as -1.44 MB. Windows Explorer shows a slightly different scenario with Used Space of 2.37 GB and Free Space of 0 bytes. I have only just updated to this version as I was prompted that this n
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