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Old 1 Jun 2007, 10:17 PM   #1
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Default Burning with IMG

I used to rip with FabDecrypter then go thru Shrink then burn with IMG, now most of the time I skip Shrink. The problem is that now a lot of the DVDs won't play in one of my DVD players, which used to play everything.. Does Shrink make the difference????
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If after reading this, you reedit your post to just talk about your burning problem, then you could start by posting a burn log.

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What brand of media do you use?
Is your firmware up to date?

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