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Old 28 Jan 2009, 08:43 PM   #1
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Question-2 Can you help solve my DVD Flick issue?

Trying to burn a movie file on to a dvd using DVD Flicks (and following the easy instructions to the word) and I get through the whole process just fine UNTIL the "img burn" pop up window begins after the "finalize" part of the embedding. Looks like the image log is listing fine then it stops immediately (the 3 times I've tried it, saying the same thing):
Img Burn window says repeatedly, "I/O Error Interpretation: Invalid address for write
The Img Burn Log say, (with a yellow warning sign) "Retry failed Reason Invalid reason for Write" Thus, the burns failed.

My writer is a HP DVD Writer 640c CS30 that came with my PC. If you could help with my problem, I'd greatly appreciate! I only know so much and I'm frustrated. Thanks!
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Old 28 Jan 2009, 10:33 PM   #2
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Post the ImgBurn log. Ensure ImgBurn is up to date.

In the meantime, read and implement the Golden Rules of Burning.

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Default I attached the ImgBurn Log.

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An actual log would be really helpful as that screenshot is hard to read.
You need to unhide hidden folders
It is located in user/appdata/roaming/imgburn/log files

Attach that log and that will help a bunch
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Old 29 Jan 2009, 05:16 PM   #5
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Or via Help -ImgBurn logs

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Old 29 Jan 2009, 10:07 PM   #6
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That drive is so old, (Benq 1625) looks like a firmware problem

You might try this file from HP but i would reccomend buying a new drive

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/s...os=228&lang=en
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Hi GreySage,

Seems like your swimming with what's going on. We were all there. That's how we learn.

Seems like your best bet to post a log for us is this:

Open Imgburn. On the top you will see a menu bar. On the right is help. Click that and go to Imgburn logs.

Now it just opened the location of your logs, but that location is actually hidden by windows. Thats okay. We will make a copy that you can find easier.

So right click on the file and click copy. Now go to a blank area on your desktop and click paste. Now it will be visible for you to attach it to a post for us to see.

Good Luck

BTW With Chewy's post on your burner being old, He great about calling it right on.

You might be able to solve this time, and we will try, but you can get a descent replacement for under $30.00 USD
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@GreySage I had an HP 640b that used to crap out on Finalize every time with any Imgburn newer than version 1.0. A firmware update fixed it up. As experiment try downloading Imgburn 1.0 and see if the burn will complete.
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Old 30 Jan 2009, 06:03 AM   #9
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You guys have all been very helpful and I'm thinking the writer is to old. My friend suggested I buy a new one as well (much easier in the long run). Thanks aigain!
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I personally when using DVD Flick ... never use the ImgBurn within that program ... I make the DVD and ISO and then later separately burn the ISO using ImgBurn ... I feel that could cut down on probable problems.

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I make a video ts folder and check playability(sound sync etc) with power dvd before burning
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What drive would you recommend to buy? Just for normal home personal burning video use, a "does the job" one, nothing fancy, and priced within reason?

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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...06818&name=IDE

this search will only be good until they change their web page

go to dvd burners, select free shipping, then ide(old style), then sort by price

the sony/opt, liteon, lg and samsung are all major safe brands
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I was thinking of getting a new DVD drive, and I bought the Sony from Newegg. Good price and with free shipping it is better just to wait. If I were to buy the drive locally, I would have to pay taxes and if I had it shipped that would also be another charge.
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Hi folks,

@ Doc ... how are the Sony Optiarc burns!?!?

@ Chewy ... if you had to buy one of the NewEgg list for your PC ... which one would you depend on!?!?

Q: What do you guys think about Samsung vs. LiteOns!?!?

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