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The PCA is an area on DVDs that is used by the recorder to find out how powerful the laser needs to be to successfully write to the disc. It's very close to the center of the disc. Disc writers may report medium errors if there's a physical damage or interference issue with the lens or its ability to move, in addition to actual bad media. Try the ...


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Copying everything to an intermediate file first will prevent any problems that could be caused by the hard disk, CPU, or reading CD drive not being able to keep up with the writing drive. However this really should not be an issue with modern hardware unless you're copying discs on a heavily taxed system. This was far more of an issue in the late 90's ...


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This question got me curious so I decided to investigate. First of all, BIN is not a file format. It's just an extension that says it is a binary file. Several CD/DVD disk image file formats are proprietary to the application that creates them while others are open (ISO 9660, Juliet, UDF) When you create a disk image from files and folders using ImgBurn, ...


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It does appear to be designed this way on purpose. I pulled this reasoning from the IMGBurn forums... CD/DVD recorders (and modern CD/DVD-ROM drives) have a chunk of RAM that holds blocks read from the disc. Some drives provide a way to clear this out, some don't. All drives need to have their block cache cleared out after writing completes and ...


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Can you mount this ISO image with daemon tools or something? Also, notice that from some reason he tries to write at 6x speed, which is not recognized by your hardware. Try setting it to AWS:


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If any program supports direct raw data copy from one optical drive to another, I guess you can use it. However for best results I would still recommend that you create a disc image on your hard drive first, then burn it to as many blank discs as required. Remember, if you're trying to create disc images of Audio CDs, never use ISO even if the program ...


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Something along the lines of the following should work. Start "Construieste_ISO" /wait /min "C:\Program Files\ImgBurn\ImgBurn.exe" /MODE BUILD /BUILDMODE IMAGEFILE /SRC "c:\ARHIVA\" /DEST "c:\Iso\arhiva.iso" /FILESYSTEM "ISO9660 + Joliet" /VOLUMELABEL "Arhiva" /OVERWRITE YES /rootfolder yes /start /LOG "c:\Iso\iso.log" /close /noimagedetails ...


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Just below the checkbox for Test Burn, there is a little icon for "Switch to Advanced Input". Clicking this will clear whatever you have already selected to burn, and change the little input view to an image of the Disc Layout Editor. Click on that image, to bring up the Actual Disc Layout Editor. From there, browse to the files or folders you want to ...


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