Here is what the Image Burn log reads: Your download recommendation suggests using a floppy disk and this computer doesn’t have one! Had to read for a while and figure it out, but it worked great! If you need to reset your password, click here. Image burn keeps failing.

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You don’t need to create a bootable CD. What’s that all about?

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I’ll think I’ll leave it as it is because it is burning the images at the slower speeds that I’m requesting it to do the burns at. However I was not able to update my firmware with the link you provided. I am still unable to burn to a new disk once dvdfab has copied my dvd. UPX is still needed. Please click yes to try again”. Image burn keeps failing. Find More Posts by Lenard.

I’m so sorry but I am just not able to do any tech stuff without full instructions. Just download the firmware update to the desktop, and run it.

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use. Slowing it down might be just enough to stop it erroring out but you’ve no way of knowing just how close to failing it still is or what the quality of the burn is like. Re the screen shot, yes that is the dialog box I get, but “Follow on-screen instructions” means having to create a bootable disc.


Have learned from the best, Mod’s, dvdfab team, and from other members! Even if it’s a little thing, do something for those who have need of help, something for which you get no pay but the privilege of doing it. As the PC is probably out of its 1 year warranty, I’d probably 165h6e Codeguy’s flashfixed firmware. I was also not sure where and how I was supposed to lower the burning speed, max write rate and DMA enabled Just dgdrw the file you downloaded to your desktop, then empty the drive and double-click the HS0E.

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llite Please unzip the downloaded ZIP file. It said something to the effect that my system wasn’t able to handle it Share this post Link to post Share on other sites.

Your download recommendation suggests using a floppy disk and this computer doesn’t have one! Oh and as you don’t seem to know what ‘AUTO’ means, I’d like to point you in the direction of this guide Now I burn my SilverCircle disks! Thanks everyone for your input, unfortunately, even though you’ve convinced me to go for the firmware update I can’t get the update to work!


For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. I tried to do a search in the image burn forums but, hopeless as I am, I could not find anything to help me with the “lock volume”.

Just put a copy of upx. Also do the other suggestions from what has been posted by other’s, I think you would be pleased by results!


They hope these examples hp0 help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. Get official firmware from Liteon website and unzip that.

This is what I got – I don’t know what more information I could provide I’m not that techie but I have done the “Process Explorer” utility to stop a up10 error that was occuring. Service Pack 2 Install SP3 and the lock issue will be handled better.

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