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[C] Crash when closing media after iso recording

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Guest ksdjfsdkfk

Ich just updated to latest Version - never had any issues with 4.2.7, but its not listed in olf versions.

when recording a iso image, cdburnerxp crashes and windows xp wants me to send a report to microsoft.

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Guest ander

Hi,

I just burned a DVD iso with CDBXP v4.3.5.2256, at 4x with Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. The burn went fine, but at the end of the burn, and before file verification, CDBXP crashed with a similar MS error-reporting window.

Again, though, the burn was successful.

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Guest ksdjfsdkfk

well, didnt check whether dvd was ok or not - anyway, this tool shouldnt crash after burning a dvd-iso

Im using XP SP3 32bit btw

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Hm, works for me. Would appreciate if anyone could give some more hints. Is it related to specific options? Specific ISO images or disc types?

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For me it's the same problem after updating to 4.3.5.2256_x64.

I don't get this problem if I don't choose 'Media-verification after burning'.

Device: HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GT30N; FW: LT10

System: Win7-64bit-pro

CD: Sony supremas cd-r 700MB x50

iso: just_17MB

Thanks a lot!

Martin

Crash-Report (unfortunately in german):

Problemsignatur:

Problemereignisname: BEX64

Anwendungsname: cdbxpp.exe

Anwendungsversion: 4.3.5.2256

Anwendungszeitstempel: 4c38e4c8

Fehlermodulname: StackHash_1dc2

Fehlermodulversion: 0.0.0.0

Fehlermodulzeitstempel: 00000000

Ausnahmeoffset: 0000000000000000

Ausnahmecode: c0000005

Ausnahmedaten: 0000000000000008

Betriebsystemversion: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.48

Gebietsschema-ID: 1031

Zusatzinformation 1: 1dc2

Zusatzinformation 2: 1dc22fb1de37d348f27e54dbb5278e7d

Zusatzinformation 3: 11ae

Zusatzinformation 4: 11aef3f7a9160fb60e80d644649076ab

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Guest Aries512

Same for me, today I've burnt two bootable ISOs (DVD with Win7 and one little DOS tool, only 1MB) and both burnings crashed after closing disc, at least I hope it was after closing and not during it :) The window just closed with no error, no stucked process or anything. Tray didn't open and medium wasn't verified, anyway they both seem to work normally. If there is any way to submit logs or something, just tell me how :)

I have XP SP3 and last version of CDBurnerXP.

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Yes confirmed too. Revert to 4.3.2.2212 and it's fine. (thank god I kept it) Crash after the burn but the disk seems to be ok. It's the second time an update fuck up Iso writing. Got to do more testing before releasing. There is nothing worst then regressing software. I'm going to hold on for next update.

2 more coasters ... damned.

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Same problem here, burning the Ubuntu 10.04 x64 Desktop ISO.

This must've been introduced recently, as I know I've burned the same ISO without problems using relatively recent (but slightly older than current) versions CDBurnerXP.

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Guest WAGG2D

same issue with me windows 7 32 bit creating XP and Vista boot disks, creating an audio disk work greats on current release

went back to old version works great

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Guest mrgames2

Crashed after burning iso for Ubuntu 10.04 64 bit with latest version. Disks work, but problem same as everyone else in this thread. Will wait for an update or roll back.

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Guest luddy

I fellback and problem is gone. Interesting that I got an error during uninstalling that said incorrect version of Starburn.dll.

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