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Burning window hides.....can't restore

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When I do the actual burning of a CD, the status window displays, then I set the burning options. But when I hit "Write Disc" , the window minimizes to the taskbar, and there is no way to restore it again until the burn is complete. Can I get the status window visible again during the actual burning?

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Yes, you should. Does it help if you rightclick on it in taskbar and choose "restore"?

nope :(

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sorry...that last post was mine :cry:

btw....the status window finally showed up affer 5 mintues. The exact same pause happens to me when I try and load the ISO Tools....

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sorry...that last post was mine :cry:

I already thought so :D

btw....the status window finally showed up affer 5 mintues. The exact same pause happens to me when I try and load the ISO Tools....

So, after 5 minutes the burning window is visible again? Is this because burn is finished then?

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Does this happen with every burning window (data, audio) and everytime, not just by chanche?

In response to this question, I tried it with the Test burn option enabled, and it displayed as it should be. But it seems to happen with both Data and Audio burns

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So, after 5 minutes the burning window is visible again? Is this because burn is finished then?

When I could view the windows again, it was already closing the track.

I found a workaround until this can get fixed: right-click the taskbar and click minimize. The next time you click the taskbar entry, you should be able to click restore now

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Well, it seems like a bug for me...once you did that workaraound, does it still happen?

after doing that little workaround, I was fine after that, minimizing and restoring freely. But then the problems start all over again when I try and burn again

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OK...are you sure that no other programs that work in background could cause this effect? Otherwise I think I can move this topic into bugs :wink2:

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OK...are you sure that no other programs that work in background could cause this effect? Otherwise I think I can move this topic into bugs :wink2:

for a second I thought it could of been mIRC, but that theory was thrown out.

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Hi

I have looked at this, and there is noting in the code that minimizes the window, and when I look at your screenshot, if the window was minimized the restore button shoulkd been enabled. I think this problem can have something to do with to little system resources free when the write starts, then when you finish you get em back. This is a guess from me. I will try to do some tests on this, I hope you can use it anyway for the moment.

Regards Stefan

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I have looked at this, and there is noting in the code that minimizes the window, and when I look at your screenshot, if the window was minimized the restore button shoulkd been enabled. I think this problem can have something to do with to little system resources free when the write starts, then when you finish you get em back. This is a guess from me. I will try to do some tests on this, I hope you can use it anyway for the moment.

Regards Stefan

here are my system specs:

Windows XP Professional SP2

AMD Duron 1GHZ

384MB PC133

52X24X52 CD-RW

128MB ATI Radeon 9600

Sound Blaster Live! 5.1

They are pretty slow I know. Ironcially my order for a new AthlonXP 2600+ and 512MB PC2700 Ram jsut came in, so I'll let you know if it fixes everything....

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Maybe the Service Pack 2 also causes problems, as you may know, it is only a Release Candidate yet. Apart from that SP2 could cause a software not to function as it should because there where a lot of security changes in SP2.

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Maybe the Service Pack 2 also causes problems, as you may know, it is only a Release Candidate yet. Apart from that SP2 could cause a software not to function as it should because there where a lot of security changes in SP2.

I can't believe I'm saying this, but Windows did a good job on keeping their SP2 bugs to a minimum :lol: If CDBurnerXP did have a problem with SP2, then it would be a first for me

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No, I also mean that SP2 is supposed to let some software not work correctly because of higher security standards. If a prog does not suupport them, it will not work.

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