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[C] Date of files

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I'm sorry for my english.

 

After last update, program write on cd-r and dvd-/+r files with date 1601-01-01  hour 01:00

not with original file date, like before.

 

Win7

CDBurnerXP 4.5.4.4852

HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GH22NS70

ATPI iHAS122

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From which version did you upgrade?

I'm sorry, I don't remember, so far I did not pay attention to it.

I use CDBurnerXP for a year, maybe two years and accept each signaled upgrade.

My last upgrade was this week, on Monday.

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Seems like this is a regression with the latest StarBurn update. Burning discs using the UDF file system still works, so maybe you can resort to this option for the time being.

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I'm sorry for the confusion.

I'm not sure where the problem lies.

Today I noticed that I have a similar problem with the recordings on the memory stick from the satellite tuner.

The problem I noticed after upgrading program CDBurnerXP, but it may not have connection with it.

Older recordings on USB stick or CD / DVD-ROM does not have this problem.

I have no idea what's going on :( .

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confirmed:

I can reproduce the same problem

 

CDBurnerXP does not write ANY date-time of files to DVD (date-time of directories is fine)

[PS: no date-time gives the mentioned 1601-01-01  hour 01:00 display]

 

CDBurnerXP 4.5.4.4852

Windows 7

 

please help...

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confirmed, reproduced and tracked down:

 

CDBurnerXP  4.5.2.4478  ok
CDBurnerXP  4.5.3.4746  ok
CDBurnerXP  4.5.4.4852  bug -> no time/date

 

hope this helps to improve the code -- meanwhile everyone who experiences the same bug: just use version 4.5.3.4746 :)

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