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    Two or three updates a ago DVDFab stopped burning DVDs. The problem is that it burns really really really slow then finally stops. This happens when I use VSO burning engine. If I change to DVDFab burning engine the DVD burns just fine. But DVDfab burning engine seems to have a problem with layer break (it was a distinctive pause) and I never had that problem with the VSO burning engine. I downloaded an original version of the VSO burning engine from the VSO-software.fr website and replaced your version with that one and that seems to have solved the problem. The only difference is your version has been modified and their hasn't. Why would I need to do this? I have a friend that is having the same problem.

  • #2
    Post the burn log from one of these that didn't work. What information do you have about the VSO engine in DVDFab being modified? Not the case as far as I know. If you want the best performance on DL burns, I suggest ImgBurn. If you are doing Full Disc backups, uncheck the box in Common Settings that says "Remove Layer Break".
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    • #3
      Requested by signals

      This attached file is complete log of the failed process.

      I also attached the properties of both your vso_hwe.dll and the one I downloaded from the VSO website. And highlighted the modified dates.
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      • #4
        Looks like you may have selected 4488 as the size for DVD-5 and that won't work. 4482 is the maximum size on a single layer blank. I select customize and set it to 4472 and have had no problems.
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        • #5
          It was defaulted to 4300. I actually think that the vso_hwe.dll file might have been corrupt because when I replaced the vso_hwe.dll file with the one I got from the VSO French website it fixed the problem. When I updated to 9.2.0.1 that is when I started having problems. Then 9.2.0.2 came out shortly after that and I updated again. I use the window that pops up when a new version is available when you start DVDFab. Updating that way appears to only update only certain files (the ones that need updated). So I went to your website and downloaded version 9.2.0.2 and installed it which did a complete install and replaced all the files. Then I copied Avatar which is a dual layer DVD to a single layer DVD and it copied just fine using the VSO burning engine.

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          • #6
            This line from your posted log is befuddling and will likely prevent successful burning:

            "19m 18.51s: Burn disc space is: 4488"
            How to post the internal log


            Things should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler.
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            • #7
              I thought a DVD-R was 4488 and a DVD+R was 4482 (see your thumbnail above). That is what that line represents. Because when I burn a DVD+R (which I did Last night) that line shows up as 4482. But I have left writable media size at the default size of 4300.
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              • #8
                Actual disc data size is:
                Blank DVD-R 4,489MB 4,706,074,624 bytes or 4.383GB
                Blank DVD+R 4,483MB 4,700,372,992 bytes or 4.377GB

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                • #9
                  If I ever knew that I've long since forgotten. I haven't used -R blanks in years and probably never will.
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