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I've posted this into general discussion, but now I can confirm that this is a bug of CDBXP 3.0.115. I was unable to write a Fedora Core 2 DVD ISO image using my LITE-ON DVDRW SOHW-1633S on WinXP Home SP2. Another CD burning software (DeppBurner) worked fine and the resulting media passed a media check that Fedora Installer performs.

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Tomas Valusek

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Guest ozymandias

have the same problem with iso's made through dvd-shrink. I have a medion writer (made by pioneer; model DVR-106D but with other firmware). Before I converted it to a pioneer (firmware v1.08 + RPC1) drive, the program just crashed. Now it initiates and finishes but iso is not written

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Guest ash

I too have seen .iso problems in version 3.0.116 - using a Samsung DVD drive to burn .iso files created using DVDShrink. However, I do not believe it is a problem with the .iso or DVDShrink since Nero is easily able to burn the files...

Its a shame that this problem has arisen because in all other respects CDBurnerXP Pro is excellent I really didn't want to go back to Nero.

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Guest BryanP

I tried to burn a DVD ISO this morning with .113 and it wouldn't even start the burn process. Updated to .116 and received the same error. I successfully burned the ISO with Nero, but then burned a different DVD ISO with .116 with no problems. I have no idea why that one ISO won't burn with cdburnerxp.

The drive is a Sony DRU500A on an XPSP2 system, if it matters.

Overall I'm quite pleased with cdburnerxp so far, BTW. I found it a while back while looking for something to convert .bin/.cue files to .iso.

The error was:

CDBurnerXP Pro 3 - Critical

Writing Error: (3) Error closing DVD-R RZone

Invalid command field (1022).

Error Sense Data: SENSE KEY: 5 ASC: 24 ASCQ: 0

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Tried burning debian (sarge) DVD ISO with CDBurnerXP Pro, didn't work either.

Did a screenshot of the results. Look at the timestamps! The ISO is, according to Windows, "4,36 GB (4.684.480.512 Bytes)" in size. I MD5SUMed it, the ISO is fine.

I downloaded the ISO's contents with jigdo which afterwards (actually in the process) assembled the ISO from them.

Anything on this from the authors?

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Yep. Currently this is a known issue and a problem with our burning library (limited to 4,2GB images). We are waiting for a fix.

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Is it limited to ISOs or to copying DVDs with more than 4.2GB as well?

If it's only ISOs (i.e. single files >4.2GB) this could be worked-around by mounting the ISO to a virtual drive (e.g. with Daemon Tools) and making an on the fly copy from there.

I'll try this if by any chance I can get CDBXP to work with my DVD+RWs, but I'm not willing to coasterize yet another medium, it's starting to get too expensive for me. *grumbles* So if anyone else wants to give this a try, please report back in ASAP to let us know if this works!

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[... ]this could be worked-around by mounting the ISO to a virtual drive (e.g. with Daemon Tools) and making an on the fly copy from there.

What I didn't think about was the fact that this can't work due to the fact that disc copying isn't implemented yet.

Well, guess we'll have to wait then...

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Guest Tad

Only to ISOs as far as I know.

Single files can not be > 4.2 using either 3.0.113 or 3.0.116. Sure hope a 3.0.117 corrects this.

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