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Cannot Burn ISOs - The drive(s) cannot be initialized

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I'm using Vista Ultimate x64 and the latest version of CDBurnerXP. Everytime I try to select the Burn ISO option, I get the error, "The drive(s) cannot be initialized..."

Any ideas on what might be causing this? My DVD drive is working just fine.

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Interesting! I myself just installed Vista x64 and experience the exact same error. CDBurnerXp worked flawless on the same machine under Vista x32. Guess that CDBurnerXP isn´t compatible with Vista x64 :shock:

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Ho guyes ... just same error with me ... same config

I just need to burn an iso ... and get the error ... so I try to find an other program to burn it.

Work fine with "imgburn".

Hope to have some news here from developpers !

Seems like a bug !

Thanks

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It would be the same as http://cdburnerxp.se/help/kb/12

You're right.

If you try to burn "files" and not an iso (in my case) you saw that there's no recorder selected.

So you don't have the compatibility as the device is working perfectly in Vista 64 bits (and 32 I guess !) and with the software "imgburn" !

The drive is a MATSHITA BD-MLT UJ230AS ATA (used on Sony Laptop in my case but also by other brand).

Hope that this will help to make your software compatible ... !

Best regards

Pierre

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Same problem here:

Vista Business x64 (8GB RAM)

TSSTCorp CDDVDW SH-S203N

InfraRecorder works fine, CDBurnerXP doesn't recognize the drive.

Would be great to see a solution...

Thanks anyway, I love the software!

Chris

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