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Nero questions for gurus - 10/4/2001 10:12:02 PM   
Rob Nance

 

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Ok, so I've wasted 6 CDs now. I'm trying to burn an ISO of Microsoft Office XP, and no matter what I try, failures. What I've figured would work would be DAO, finalize, and that's about it, as far as settings. I've tried several different changes though.

So I get this error message, when I load the ISO. Tells me the byte count (I believe) does not match the block size, correct or ignore, I try correct, and it gives me some options, which I have no idea what to change on. has 2048 or 2532, RAW mode, and some other options. I've tried the other, think it was 2532, and it works and I get no errors, only prob is the CD has nothing on it as far as the computer is concerned. If I do it by ignoring, I get a track error at end. Different settings I get a write error.

Any ideas? Really desperate. I've tested these Fuji CDs and they say according to CD info, the included program, that they can overburn to 83 mins and some change, the ISO wants 82:06.

Rob "forever greatful if you have ideas" Nance

PS - running Nero 5.5.5.1, same results with 5.5.4.0



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RE: Nero questions for gurus - 10/5/2001 5:12:27 AM   
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I'm no guru but if you want to burn a copy of a cd get CloneCD.

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RE: Nero questions for gurus - 10/5/2001 8:08:42 AM   
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Nero can burn ISO but it's not the best choice. It can only do it properly if the ISO is a single track image.
If your image has came as bin and cue files, open the cue file with notebook and you will see if it's a 2048 or 2532 type, which you can tell Nero.

If you see that there are multiple tracks you better use CDRWIN from GoldenHawk or FireBurner. You can't use CloneCd!

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RE: Nero questions for gurus - 10/5/2001 9:02:31 AM   
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It's a single *.ISO file. Someone told me to try and use ISO buster, I downloaded it, but haven't tried it yet. They said that it would verify the ISO file, to see if it was corrupt or something?

I can only use Nero, since I'm running Windows Xp. CDRwin, Roxio cd creator 5, fireburner, etc, none of those work in Windows XP for me.

I'm going insane using Outlook Express, must...get...Outlook (from the office CD).



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RE: Nero questions for gurus - 10/5/2001 9:47:01 AM   
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Follow those settings, it should work.
IsoBuster is excellent to have, and it can also analyze if your file is a "real" iso file.

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RE: Nero questions for gurus - 10/5/2001 2:02:50 PM   
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I've done those settings, at multiple speeds even, no go. I think I'm going to give up on this ISO, bleh.



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RE: Nero questions for gurus - 10/6/2001 12:06:53 AM   
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Using "CDmage" programm you can transcode or extract any CD image files.


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RE: Nero questions for gurus - 10/6/2001 4:01:36 AM   
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it seems to be taht the new nero is not good, the last two releases have bugs, i just read that around


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RE: Nero questions for gurus - 10/13/2001 3:14:45 PM   
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1) Start Nero
2) Choose the menu command "File"->"Burn CD image"
3) Choose as file type: all files (*.*)
4) Select the ISO image file
5) Now you will see a dialog, asking you, if you want to supply detailled
image parameters. This is necessary, since Nero needs to know
exactly, what format the image file has to be able to burn it correctly.
6) Enter the following parameters:
- Mode 1 (assuming, that you created a mode 1 image)
- 2048 bytes per sector (corresponds to a mode 1 sector)
- 0 bytes header and trailer (assuming, the image contains
only "pure" ISO data and no other special header
or trailer)
- no swapping or scrambling (assuming, that the file contains
bytes in the correct order to be written without word swapping)
7) Click on "burn" and (for safety considerations) use an empty cdr.

This procedures relies upon the assumption, that you have a
"normal" ISO mode 1 image file. You can check this, by opening the
image with a hex editor (maybe UltraEdit, because this prog doesn't
try to read the entire image into memory (after setting the
read-only flag) and look at offset 8000 hex
(this corresponds to sector 16, where the ISO [p]rimary olume
[d]descriptor is stored on cd). If you see some text like "CD001"
(the PVD magic), then burning with the above procedure should work
fine.


Regards,

Craig


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