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[C] Copy or grab disk v4.3.0.1977

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Just upgraded two systems from CDBurnerXP 4.2.7.1893 to CDBurnerXP 4.3.0.1977. Was asked to make copies of new application CDs for a site licensed application. When attempting to Copy Disk, received the following error - "CDBurnerXP - There is not enough free space on the disc. Please free up some disc space or choose a different target. [OK ]" This occurs on both systems that were upgraded using two different blanks from two different sources. Once I downgraded to version 4.2.7.1893, the disks copy fine on both systems - 5 copies each. NOTHING different other than going back to 4.2.7.1893.

OS: WinXP SP2

CDB: 4.2.7.1893 (Good), 4.3.0.1977 (No good).

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Same error for burning ISO:

When attempting to burn an ISO to a blank disk, received the following error - "CDBurnerXP - There is not enough free space on the disc. Please free up some disc space or choose a different target. [OK ]"

What can I do? Given that downgrading helped, is the old version still on web?

P.S. Should this question rather be posted in the Discussion section, although probalbly related to this?

OS: WinXPPro SP 3

CDB: 4.3.0.1977

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Same problem in v4.3.0.1991

Trying to backup my copy protected single layer DVD movie.

Disk properties of DVD movie Used space=4.33 GB 4,653,561,856 bytes.

Blank DVD+R has 4.7 GB free space.

OS is Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 3.

Copy progress hits 50%

See Started burning the extracted image to disk.

See Error Occured: Insufficient free space on disk. (a blank DVD+R)

Popup window says There is not enough free space on the disk. Please free up some disk space or choose a different target.

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