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Copying from CD-RW by 3.0.1991

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Guest Kot.v

When copying CD-RW to anotheк disk process stops at 50% and tell "The disk is not writable, Do you want erase it?". May be it was decidet do write to original disk back? )))

So if I push "NO" button (to safe the original CD-rw in driver) .

In Older version it was like inviting to change (put destination) disk into.

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Guest Belbis

Confirming Kot.v's Bug.

There is no dialog to change disks anymore when copying a disk and selecting the same device as source and destination device. In my case I wanted to copy a CR-R and the program tried to write on the source CD after reading its contents and just came up with a dialog that there is not enough space on the destination device which still held the source CD.

v4.3.0.1991

Cheers,

Belbis

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Posted this on another bug thread, but it fits here. 4.3.0.1991 still won't write an iso file. I do Copy or Grab a disc, specify target as hard disk and a file name.iso The hard disk I'm writing to has 54 GB free space. The copying dialog shows it changing target back to the cd/dvd drive and I get a message "not enough free space on the disk"

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