Problem Burning an ISO file

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Help and Support' started by Chris Boyd, Mar 7, 2012.

  1. Chris Boyd

    Chris Boyd New Member

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    i tried burning an ISO file, and im using my Windows 7 Toshiba L655D laptop, and it wont burn.

    i get this error code

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    so i dont know whats going on, i dont know if im missing a driver or what, so if someone could please help me.
     
  2. Elmer

    Elmer Extraordinary Member

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    Hi Chris and Welcome to The Forum.

    I think you'd be far better off using the free ImgBurn. Far more easier to use and if you make a "mistake" it corrects you in quite a humorous way.

    Did I mention that it's free?
     
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  3. Joe S

    Joe S Excellent Member

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    I second the ImgBurn and set the write speed to 4X. Burning faster frequently causes problems
    Joe
     
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  4. Saltgrass

    Saltgrass Excellent Member
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    Different burning software might help, although I have never have a Windows 7 or 8 image not burn correctly -- Except when I was using 4x DVD media..using a 16x one solved that problem and the burn succeeded. But media does matter, and the other burning software might be more forgiving.

    There is always a chance the download might have problems.
     
  5. Drew

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    The error you had, there are possibilities to deal w/ it.

    1. Is that drivers/firmware need updating from the optical drive manufacture's site
    2. Using different media (different type of blank DVD) solves it
    and lastly
    3. A hardware problem w/ the ROM.

    I was able to find a quite a bit referring to said error.

    I have never had any problem using the native image burn of Windows7.

    Drew
     
  6. catilley1092

    catilley1092 Extraordinary Member

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    Neither have I. On my MSI, I use the Windows Disc Image Burner a lot, and never had problems burning Windows & Linux OS's, as well as backup/partitioning boot disks.

    Sometimes the brand of disks does make a difference. I often use the ones that comes in 100 pack sleeves (Magnavox) for $14.99 for DVD-R, $12.99 for CD-R. Every now & then I'll get a bad disk, I just toss them and go on. The reason that I use this brand for this price is because I use a sleeve of each twice a year.

    If I were to burn a set of recovery disks, I have some Sony brand DVD-R on hand for these type of tasks. They cost more, they're $14.99 for 25 of them.

    There's one other thing (that Drew hasn't covered) that comes to mind, that's the registry values becoming corrupt somehow. I used the Microsoft Fix-It-Center to repair it, it was good to go. Don't know how they got out of whack, but I was glad to have that tool handy. The Microsoft Fix-It-Center can be found here, it diagnoses many issues & repairs them as you're watching.

    Microsoft Fix it Solution Center: troubleshooting software issues

    Cat
     
  7. davehc

    davehc Microsoft MVP
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    There is an old remedy for this, dating back to XP, but still working through Windows 7.
    Try this:
    (Back up your registry before trying this!)

    Open Regedit

    Navigate to these two keys. (I think the second one will be the more succesful)

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\{4D36E965-E325-11­CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\{4D36E965-E325-11­CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}

    If you see subkeys named: UpperFilters or LowerFilters, right click to delete them
    Reboot and see if you can now burn.
     
  8. catilley1092

    catilley1092 Extraordinary Member

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    davehc, that's what I meant, the filters is what MS Fix-It-All corrected. In my case, what I believe happened, was that I had removed some unwanted burning software (some of that Ashampoo crap) using Revo Uninstaller. I used the most aggressive option, I noticed a few days later that my optical drive wouldn't install MS Office.

    Tried to watch a regular movie DVD, no good. Fortunately, I had the Fix-It-Center on my PC. It repaired all in 2 minutes.

    That simple tool can do a lot of good things, not everything, but it's good to have on hand.

    Cat
     
  9. davehc

    davehc Microsoft MVP
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    Ah Well, looks like the op solved his problem, one way or another.
     

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