DVDFab and ImgBurn

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#1

I am getting this little warning or such when I use DVDFab with ImgBurn, this warning pops up and then the burn continues without a problem. Can anyone tell me what this is?

W 23:33:15 DeviceIoControl(FSCTL_LOCK_VOLUME) Failed! - Reason: Access is denied.
W 23:33:15 DeviceIoControl(FSCTL_DISMOUNT_VOLUME) Failed! - Reason: Access is denied.


#2

yeah we all do so don’t worry about it.


#3

It means something else is accessing your drive other than Imgburn and Imgburn wants exclusive access to the drive to eliminate possibilities of coasters. I suspect a lingering handle from DVDFab is hanging on to your drive, but from what I understand DVDFab calls up Imgburn via CLI.


#4

yeah just as Bob and LOCOENG have stated, [U]when opening imgburn from dvdfab this is normal and will not effect the burn[/U]. :disagree:

you can disable this warning if you really want to. :slight_smile: but its not recommended. :bigsmile: LUK has set the CLI to burn even if this occurs, but disable the warning and ImgBurn will not LOCK_VOLUME, which could cause problem if running ImgBurn independently from dvdfab.


#5

Another, more inconvenient way, would be to simply manually burn your disc. Close DVDFab when it’s done and then open Imgburn and burn away.


#6

I’d bet the other program that has the drive is DVD Fab (you can check it out with Process Explorer). I’d burn manually, like LOCO has advised.

Regards


#7

nice blutach,

straight from the author.


#8

Maybe Fab can find a way to relinquish the drive so the annoying little error doesn’t appear. I’d be reluctant to turn off the setting in ImgBurn.

Regards


#9

All,

I have the LOCK setting turned off in Img Burn, but I use along with Fab Platinum, not stand alone. No problems! :clap: