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Bruce Sass

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  1. That would work, and is what I do if I happen to have a bad batch of discs (like when I discovered that blanks don't like taking a walk in -20C weather - my normal ~98% success rate turned into a 40%-60% failure rate), but it adds more steps to work around a problem that occurs rarely. I just found the behaviour surprising and figured that it is something that would make CDBurnerXP one step closer to perfection. yes... "4. select Burn, then Disk Spanning, then Split using the least number of discs"
  2. Hi, version: 4.5.45143 I was burning a large archive over 9 discs when an assertion error popped up between the 8th and final disc. Retry-ing a few times brought up the same error, and Ignore-ing the error caused CDBurnerXP to crash - I'm not worried about the error. I routinely use the disk spanning feature and have never had an assertion error before, its probably a Windows hiccup and I'll be sure to let you know if it starts happenning reproducibly or frequently. What did surprise me was that when I restarted CDBurnerXP and burnt only the last disc of the compilation, the files
  3. Log for 4.25G DVD data disc: 5:15:40 PM Burn process started at 8x (11,080 KB/s) 5:23:47 PM Closing disc 5:23:53 PM Verifying of files started (95 files to compare) 5:28:52 PM Burning process successfully completed at speed 8x (11,080 KB/s) The problem appears to have been fixed. Thank You!
  4. burner: HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GH24NSB0 Verification of data disks takes a very long time, over 40 min for a 4.3G DVD! This issue appears to have existed for years for some devices, so maybe it is time to bite the bullet and write a checksum based verification routine that can be enabled as an alternative to StarBurn's builtin verification.
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