cant burn an ISO



Frank
07-10-2005, 12:51 AM
After having put together a number of programmes to be burned as an ISO
image on a CD I dont find any longer my burning programme within Win XP
Home SP2. Before, when I right clicked on the file name I had the
possibility in th menu under Send To to send to the drive with the
burner. No, no entry linked to burning.

I also created an Iso image of the same files and wanted to burn the
image. Rick clicking on the iso file provides me with the menu entry
Copy image to CD and the CD recording wizard starts. The name of the
image file appears but the entry for the recorder is empty. When I click
on the blue space for the name of the recorder there is no entry. And
below the entry a text message logically states No recorder selected.

I guess two possible reasons
- the entries for burning in Win XP have simply disappeared. -> How to
reactivate them ?
- the burner has a physical error.

Any help appreciated

Frank

Configuration:

Win XP Home SP2
Dell Dim 4550, Pentium 4, 2,53 Ghz
256 MB memory
60 GB HD
Burner CR-RW & Reader

Ron Sommer
07-10-2005, 12:51 AM
The XP software will not burn iso images.
This Power Toy will burn an iso.
http://iso.snoekonline.com/iso.htm#Alex
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"Frank" <news.thomasftr@free.fr> wrote in message
news:42942c55$0$828$8fcfb975@news.wanadoo.fr...
> After having put together a number of programmes to be burned as an ISO
> image on a CD I dont find any longer my burning programme within Win XP
> Home SP2. Before, when I right clicked on the file name I had the
> possibility in th menu under Send To to send to the drive with the burner.
> No, no entry linked to burning.
>
> I also created an Iso image of the same files and wanted to burn the
> image. Rick clicking on the iso file provides me with the menu entry Copy
> image to CD and the CD recording wizard starts. The name of the image file
> appears but the entry for the recorder is empty. When I click on the blue
> space for the name of the recorder there is no entry. And below the entry
> a text message logically states No recorder selected.
>
> I guess two possible reasons
> - the entries for burning in Win XP have simply disappeared. -> How to
> reactivate them ?
> - the burner has a physical error.
>
> Any help appreciated
>
> Frank
>
> Configuration:
>
> Win XP Home SP2
> Dell Dim 4550, Pentium 4, 2,53 Ghz
> 256 MB memory
> 60 GB HD
> Burner CR-RW & Reader

Frank
07-10-2005, 12:51 AM
Ron Sommer wrote:

> The XP software will not burn iso images.
> This Power Toy will burn an iso.
> http://iso.snoekonline.com/iso.htm#Alex

After having put together a number of programmes to be burned as an ISO
image on a CD I dont find any longer my burning programme within Win XP
Home SP2. Before, when I right clicked on the file name I had the
possibility in th menu under Send To to send to the drive with the
burner. No, no entry linked to burning.

I also created an Iso image of the same files and wanted to burn the
image. Rick clicking on the iso file provides me with the menu entry
Copy image to CD and the CD recording wizard starts. The name of the
image file appears but the entry for the recorder is empty. When I click
on the blue space for the name of the recorder there is no entry. And
below the entry a text message logically states No recorder selected.

I guess two possible reasons
- the entries for burning in Win XP have simply disappeared. -> How to
reactivate them ?
- the burner has a physical error.

Any help appreciated

Ron,
Thanks for your rapid answer. But unfortunately, this can't bre the
reason as I installed DeepBurner, a freeware which allows burning an iso
image.

Frank

Ron Sommer
07-10-2005, 12:51 AM
Can you burn other files?
Is the burner listed in Device Manager?
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"Frank" <news.thomasftr@free.fr> wrote in message
news:42943696$0$831$8fcfb975@news.wanadoo.fr...
> Ron Sommer wrote:
>
>> The XP software will not burn iso images.
>> This Power Toy will burn an iso.
>> http://iso.snoekonline.com/iso.htm#Alex
>
> After having put together a number of programmes to be burned as an ISO
> image on a CD I dont find any longer my burning programme within Win XP
> Home SP2. Before, when I right clicked on the file name I had the
> possibility in th menu under Send To to send to the drive with the burner.
> No, no entry linked to burning.
>
> I also created an Iso image of the same files and wanted to burn the
> image. Rick clicking on the iso file provides me with the menu entry Copy
> image to CD and the CD recording wizard starts. The name of the image file
> appears but the entry for the recorder is empty. When I click on the blue
> space for the name of the recorder there is no entry. And below the entry
> a text message logically states No recorder selected.
>
> I guess two possible reasons
> - the entries for burning in Win XP have simply disappeared. -> How to
> reactivate them ?
> - the burner has a physical error.
>
> Any help appreciated
>
> Ron,
> Thanks for your rapid answer. But unfortunately, this can't bre the
> reason as I installed DeepBurner, a freeware which allows burning an iso
> image.
>
> Frank

Frank
07-10-2005, 12:51 AM
Ron Sommer wrote:

> Can you burn other files?
> Is the burner listed in Device Manager?


The burner , a Samsun CD-R/RW SW 248F, is listed but crossed with a red
cross! Thanks for the hint.

1/ First, I tried to update the driver with the assistant . I clicked on
automated update - which is recommanded . But the assistant only found
that the current driver is the most recent one.

2/ Then I found that the burner is deactivated (code 22) and tried to
activate the burner but Windows was not able to activate it, according
to a message.

Any ideas how to make the burner run ?

Frank

Peter Foldes
07-10-2005, 12:51 AM
Can you check in services.msc if the burner is activated or disabled
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"Frank" <news.thomasftr@free.fr> wrote in message news:429493ae$0$17467$8fcfb975@news.wanadoo.fr...
> Ron Sommer wrote:
>
>> Can you burn other files?
>> Is the burner listed in Device Manager?
>
>
> The burner , a Samsun CD-R/RW SW 248F, is listed but crossed with a red
> cross! Thanks for the hint.
>
> 1/ First, I tried to update the driver with the assistant . I clicked on
> automated update - which is recommanded . But the assistant only found
> that the current driver is the most recent one.
>
> 2/ Then I found that the burner is deactivated (code 22) and tried to
> activate the burner but Windows was not able to activate it, according
> to a message.
>
> Any ideas how to make the burner run ?
>
> Frank

Frank
07-10-2005, 12:51 AM
Peter Foldes wrote:

>Can you check in services.msc if the burner is activated or disabled
>
>
You mean the service COM of CD IMAPI burning? I translate into English
and don't know the correct terms.

Frank

Frank
07-10-2005, 12:51 AM
Frank wrote:

> Peter Foldes wrote:
>
>> Can you check in services.msc if the burner is activated or disabled
>>
>>
> You mean the service COM of CD IMAPI burning? I translate into
> English and don't know the correct terms.
>
> Frank

I restarted the aformentioned service. Then I right clicked on the .iso
file and started the CD Recording Wizard thru Copy Image to CD. But
again, the CD Recording Wizard shows the source, i.e. the image file,
but the recorder properties icon is greyed out, the entry for the
recorder empty.

Frank

Ron Sommer
07-10-2005, 12:52 AM
"Frank" <news.thomasftr@free.fr> wrote in message
news:4294a440$0$25044$8fcfb975@news.wanadoo.fr...
> Frank wrote:
>
>> Peter Foldes wrote:
>>
>>> Can you check in services.msc if the burner is activated or disabled
>>>
>> You mean the service COM of CD IMAPI burning? I translate into English
>> and don't know the correct terms.
>>
>> Frank
>
> I restarted the aformentioned service. Then I right clicked on the .iso
> file and started the CD Recording Wizard thru Copy Image to CD. But again,
> the CD Recording Wizard shows the source, i.e. the image file, but the
> recorder properties icon is greyed out, the entry for the recorder empty.
>
> Frank

Start by checking that the cable connections are tight.
Check if the burner is detected in the Bios.
You may have to uninstall, then reinstall the burner.
--
Ron Sommer

Plato
07-10-2005, 12:52 AM
Frank wrote:
>
> After having put together a number of programmes to be burned as an ISO
> image on a CD I dont find any longer my burning programme within Win XP
> Home SP2. Before, when I right clicked on the file name I had the

One can use this, 100% functional shareware with a 5 second delay unless
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forkart
07-10-2005, 12:53 AM
Try MagicISO, It works great to burn the iso image to CD with MagicISO
built-in 'ISO burner'
(http://www.magiciso.com/tutorials/miso-burnwin.htm).

http://www.magiciso.com/tutorials/miso-burnwin.htm


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cant burn an ISO