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Old 11 Apr 2007, 02:55 PM   #1
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Question-2 Imgburn "MODE" message.

Hi All,
I just got this message for the first time with Imgburn...it says my ISO doesn't seem to be the correct format for burning onto a DVD.

Image Format : MODE1/2336
DVD Format : MODE1/2048

What does this mean?? I've never seen this before in all the months I've used Imgburn.
BTW..the ISO was created by Shrink, but I don't think that matters.
Thanks.
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Old 11 Apr 2007, 03:07 PM   #2
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will shrink reopen the iso it created?
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If you use ImgBurn in build mode, do you get the same message?

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will shrink reopen the iso it created?
yes..it will.
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If you use ImgBurn in build mode, do you get the same message?

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blu..what am I going to build in "build mode"?? Another ISO from an ISO? Or make an ISO from a VTS file??
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Well..I backuped the movie again to an ISO using Shrink, and it came out wrong again, so I then opened the "bad" ISO in Shrink and backed that up to a new ISO file and it came out ok. (MODE1/2048). I wonder why the original ISO's were coming out in the wrong MODE?
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I had some issues with a fragmented partition and windoz, had to remake my video files
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I had some issues with a fragmented partition and windoz, had to remake my video files
So you did a defrag and everything went back to normal??
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So you did a defrag and everything went back to normal??
I emptied that partition and formatted slow ntfs and then reloaded the data

it was on the same drive as my system partition, not sure what happened but scared me
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blu..what am I going to build in "build mode"?? Another ISO from an ISO? Or make an ISO from a VTS file??
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I meant output to HF files then use ImgBurn to make your ISO (or just bypass it).

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How very odd!

Once you'd loaded the image into ImgBurn, did it say Mode 1 / 2336 on the main screen next to the 'Sectors' text?
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If your having some other software program create the ISO image for you that won't load into ImgBurn, why don't you let ImgBurn create the dual layer ISO image for you and burn.

1. Output files from your ripping software program in VIDEO TS FOLDER format.
2. Using ImgBurn in build/device mode load the VIDEO TS FOLDER into ImgBurn. ImgBurn will show you the best location for layer break.
3. ImgBurn creates a dual layer ISO image and automatically burns to a DVD-9 disk if you have it loaded.
4. Use DVD+R media and book type settings. ImgBurn will tell you if your screwed -up along the process and automatically correct the problem for you.
5. ImgBurn is the best ISO image creation and burning tool you can find.

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ImgBurn is the best ISO image creation and burning tool you can find.
You can say that again.
I had made some ISO's from the same files using different programs. They all produced ISO's that were fragmented. ImgBurn however produced a non fragmented ISO. I tried it a few times with the same results. IMO, ImgBurn is the only way to go.
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Sorry, this dodgy sector mode error is all my own doing

There will be a fixed 2.3.2.0 out within 24 hours.
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How very odd!

Once you'd loaded the image into ImgBurn, did it say Mode 1 / 2336 on the main screen next to the 'Sectors' text?
HI Lightning...sorry not to get back sooner..but to answer your question, Yes, it did say MODE1/2336 on the main screen.
But when I ran that ISO through Shrink and created another ISO, the new ISO was correct and burned fine.
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