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Exception from HRESULT: 0x80040255

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Hey, solution that appears to work. 

Just right click CDBurnerXP icon and go to properties, then compatibility and set to compatible for Windows Xp SP3

Now you should be able to burn more than one disc without a restart...

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Would seem so: I just had the same problem (Burning failure with HRESULT: 0x80040255) with a newly download /installed CDBurnerXP - version 4.5.8.6795, on Windows 10 Home version 1709 64 bit, on trying to burn second compilation. When I tried to create an ISO (of that compilation), it failed with HRESULT: 0x80040275 - created a 0b ISO file. No problem in saving the .dxp file; or in burning (twice - with finalize disc option) or creating ISO file of first compilation. On exiting and restarting CDBurnerXP, now no problem creating ISO or burning disc of the 'second' (but now 'first') compilation.

Listing steps, with further attempts:

Open CDBXP   --> Create Data disk
Create compilation A
Burn disk (finalization specified) & verify - ok
Create A.ISO & A.dxp files of compilation - ok
Burn disk (finalization specified) & verify - ok
Clear that compilation
Create new compilation B (different set of files for different disk) - note (may be relevant) about twice size of first.
Create B.dxp file - ok
Create B.ISO - failed (80040275 ? - didn't actually notice in detail)
Burn disk - failed 80040255
Create B.ISO - failed 80040275, after prompting to delete previous ISO
Closed CDBXP
Reopen CDBXP
Open B.dxp, to retrieve compilation
Create B.ISO - ok
Burn & verify disk - ok. Note used same (physical) disk as for previous burn
Open A.dxp
Create Abis.iso  - failed ("ISO image cannot be created") 80040275
Burn disk - failed 80040255 once it started burning (0%) - 'preparing to burn' took a while
Back to CDBXP first screen, chose Data disk option again
Open A.dxp
Burn disk - failed 80040255
Close CDBXP
Reopen CDBXP
Open A.dxp
Burn disk, etc - ok

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4 hours ago, jgh said:

Create B.ISO - failed (80040275 ? - didn't actually notice in detail)

This step is not reproducible for me unfortunately. In fact I have never been able to reproduce the issue.

If you can easily reproduce the issue with ISO files, please try creating a new log file, see https://cdburnerxp.se/help/kb/18

I'll send it for StarBurn to analyse and fix again.

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Update: Starburn already got further reports for this problem and is working on it. They'd like to provide a fix this year (spoiler: Not likely to happen).

Will keep you updated. Further log files are not necessary (according to StarBurn).

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Same mistake for me. I have used CD-R Philips 800 Mb90 minutes and then CD-R Verbatim 800 Mbytes 90 minutes. I tried with two cd burners but non of them worked

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