ImgBurn log is HERE. [SIZE=2]Iâ€™m using the default ImgBurn 22.214.171.124 settings and I set the burn speed to 4x.
I have a Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD4H motherboard with Windows 7 64-bit. This is a fresh installation of Windows. As far as I know â€™ve installed all the motherboard drivers that are required for my PC to work correctly. Nothing has an exclamation mark in Device Manager.
I have an LG BH10LS38.AUAR Bluray drive with the latest firmware of L102.
I burn a disc reading off an ISO on a single SATA II or SATA III internal hard drive. I burn several Blurays per day and at random maybe once per day once a disc has finished burning, ImgBurn will freeze or it will fail to verify at 0% and when I cancel the verification the program freezes and I have to close it in Task Manager under processes which takes ages as the PC freezes for several minutes.
When I reopen ImgBurn I get a pop-up saying I/O error, the parameter is incorrect. Screenshot: http://bayimg.com/gACPNAAFB
I then notice that the drive doesn't show up as a destination in ImgBurn. Also that drive shows in My Computer but I can't do anything with it or it will not show in My Computer at all..
When a drive freezes I need to restart Windows for it to be seen by Windows again. So far I only get the problem when verifying a disc and it always fails verification at 0% yet the disc still plays fine. I have AnyDVD installed but I made sure it wasnâ€™t running (I clicked exit on the tray icon) so it canâ€™t be that which is causing the problem.
In Device Manager under IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers I see the following listed:
Intel(R) 7 Series/C216 Chipset Family SATA AHCI Controller.
Iâ€™m using the same discs and drive Iâ€™ve always used on my previous motherboard and I never had a problem on that so I donâ€™t know whatâ€™s causing the problem on my new motherboard. Iâ€™m also using the same ImgBurn version: 126.96.36.199 and the default settings - I just changed the burn speed to 4x (max speed my discs support) - Iâ€™ve always used that burn speed.
Is there some particular driver I need (apart from the Bluray drive firmware) to allow the drives to work properly? Should I install SPTD from http://www.duplexsecure.com/en/downloads?
My motherboard DVD came with the following drivers (Iâ€™ve only mentioned the ones that might be relevant):
Intel Management Engine Software
INF Update Utility
Marvell GSATA AHCI Driver
Intel Rapid Storage Technology Driver
Iâ€™ve installed all the above drivers.