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Old 23 Mar 2006, 10:51 PM   #1
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Recently when I open Imgburn and try to search for an ISO to burn my computer flashes to a bluescreen and then immediately restarts. The screen flashes too quickly for me to read, so I'm not sure what it says. I've recently defragmented my computer and also installed Limewire. I'm not sure if either of those could be causing this problem. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling Imgburn, but it didn't help. Anyone have the same problem/fix?
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Old 24 Mar 2006, 01:08 AM   #2
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Uninstall Limewire and see if the same thing happens. If nothing happens, it's not Limewire causing the problem. I have Limewire. It has never caused a problem.
Did you recently install or update any spyware programs?
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If you use Windows Xp you might try a restore back to the time before you installed Limewire.
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I did recently install that windows defender, that anti-spyware program they have. I'll try the restore and uninstalling limewire. In case none of that works, is there another program I could use to burn ISO's?
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DVD Dycrypter is a very good burning program.
Here is the link to the DVD Decrypter guide.

However, take care of the crashing problem first.

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Check your settings in Windows Defender because when ImgBurn starts up it is trying to find a connection. You could also try shutting off automatic update in ImgBurn & see if that works.
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You can also change your setting in Windows to not restart on fatal errors - instead you will see a screen with an error code. That error code could give you some clues to why it restarted.

You should also be able to find this error code in the logfile of Windows administration tools.
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I can promise you it's not caused by ImgBurn - unless you're running Windows 95 or something.

On XP, only low level components cause BSOD's. i.e. drivers etc.

As ImgBurn is just an EXE, it's pretty much impossible for it to be the cause.

If you look in the C:\Windows\Minidumps folder you should find a file or two from the time when it last rebooted. Email it to me (look in ImgBurn's About box) and I'll examine it. I should then be able to tell you the file that actually caused the problem - assuming it wasn't something in the OS kernel itself.
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