ImgBurn 22.214.171.124 Free download
|Op. System:||Windows (All Versions)|
|Last updated:||January 14, 2011|
|File size:||5385 Kb|
Publisher description for ImgBurn 126.96.36.199
ImgBurn is a lightweight CD / DVD / HD DVD / Blu-ray burning application that everyone should have in their toolkit!
It has several 'Modes', each one for performing a different task:
Read - Read a disc to an image file
Build - Create an image file from files on your computer or network - or you can write the files directly to a disc
Write - Write an image file to a disc
Verify - Check a disc is 100% readable. Optionally, you can also have ImgBurn compare it against a given image file to ensure the actual data is correct
Discovery - Put your drive / media to the test! Used in combination with DVDInfoPro, you can check the quality of the burns your drive is producing
* Added: Support for Plextor PX-870 / PX-880 / PX-L890 drives to be treated as LiteOn drives (rather than true Plextor drives) by the 'Book Type' / 'Advanced Settings' code. This negates the need to manually enter the Device IDs in the 'Configure Drive OEM' window.
* Added: Support for /NOSAVELOG command line switch (see ReadMe.txt for usage).
* Added: Support for /FILESYSTEMONLY command line switch (see ReadMe.txt for usage).
* Added: Support for relative paths when reading the boot image file name from an IBB file.
* Added: Proper support for CDI images (including multi-track/session ones) via Padus's PfcToc.dll file (must be present where ImgBurn.exe is).
* Changed: Show a little more firmware version information for LG drives on the Device Capabilities window and when checking for firmware updates. This is useful for drives like the BH10LS30 that display 1.00 when the full version number might actually be 1.00-A9.
* Changed: Increased precision of timestamps when 'building' UDF file system.
* Changed/Fixed: DLL loading method to avoid Microsoft Security Advisory (2269637).
* Fixed: An internal table containing file system info during a Read/Verify operation was using an incorrect size value for files when UDF was being used and the files had multiple allocation descriptors spread over multiple sectors. (Only used when logging which file a certain bad sector belongs to)