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    GepperRankins's Avatar we want your oil!
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    anyone know whats up?

    my dvd writes ok then spends about 10 minutes trying to write a leadout before my pc locks up.

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    is this with IFO/VOB files?
    nero used to crash writing a lead-in, when used with dvd shrink
    (shrink would open nero for the burning, then kaput, crash on the lead-in)
    the surest way i have found to burn dvds, for me anyway,
    was to use dvd shrink to make a DVD ISO, then burn it with alcohol
    i never figured out why it was crashing on the lead-in with the IFO/VOB files
    perhaps if an answer comes about, it may solve the mystery here too.....


    hmmmmm....i may be onto something.....
    what dvd burner ya got? make & model.....
    Last edited by FKDUP74; 04-05-2005 at 04:37 AM.

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    it was a .img that wouldn't open with nero.

    i might have worked out a fix though, mount with daemon tools then copy with nero instead of clonecd

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    alcohol120% is still being updated, unlike clonecd. maybe you should switch over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GepperRankins
    it was a .img that wouldn't open with nero.

    i might have worked out a fix though, mount with daemon tools then copy with nero instead of clonecd
    ahhhh, one of the vaulted "scene rips" i take it
    i have had more trouble with those than anything
    the dvd structure seems to always be fkd
    some reworked nicely with little editing, some were just a waste of bandwidth
    "scene" dvd releases just suck ass IMO
    it isnt too much to make an ISO, but they insist on the .img format,
    that, from what i used to think, is a clonecd/dvd file,
    but clonecd also utilizes .ccd & .sub files as well, and they are never present
    its like releasing a .bin w/o the cue file, wtf?

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