ImgBurn version 2.3.1.0 released

vbimport

#1

download ImgBurn 2.3.1.0: http://www.imgburn.com/index.php?act=download

Changelog: [ul]
[li] Added: ‘Reset Settings’ feature to the ‘Options’ tab in ‘Build’ mode.
[/li] [li] Added: ‘Read’ support for discs (DVDRAM etc) formatted with the FAT16/32 file system.
[/li] [li] Changed: Optimised the file system parsing code.
[/li] [li] Changed: Set default write buffer size to 40MB for people with 1GB of RAM or more (actually set at 980MB rather than 1GB this time).
[/li] [li] Changed: Set default path for IBG files to [APPDATA]\ImgBurn\IBG Files.
[/li] [li] Changed: Set default path for LOG files to [APPDATA]\ImgBurn\Log Files.
[/li] [li] Changed: The little ‘DVDInfoPro’ icon to the latest one - as taken from the program’s exe.
[/li] [li] Changed: Upgraded to NSIS v2.25.
[/li] [li] Changed: Some internal workings of the ‘Check For Program Updates’ code.
[/li] [li] Fixed: Access Violation error when doing an ‘on the fly’ DL burn in Build mode.
[/li] [li] Fixed: DVDRAM discs formatted with FAT32 were always seen as ‘empty’ and so no ‘overwrite’ prompt was displayed if you tried to write to them.
[/li] [li] Fixed: Old drives that don’t report the track mode correctly in the TOC could then read normal Mode1/2048 discs to a Mode1/2352 image.
[/li] [li] Fixed: Problem using numeric keypad to enter a custom number for ‘sectors’ in Discovery mode.
[/li] [li] Fixed: The layer break preview application wasn’t working correctly under win 9x (Problems in the CreateProcess/ShellExecute wrappers).
[/li] [li] Fixed: The stars in the ‘Select/Create Layer Break Position’ window’s list showed some odd graphics corruption under Win9x.
[/li] [li] Fixed: UDF file system parsing code could get stuck in a loop.
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#2

Thanks H3rB3i, much appreciated :clap:


#3

Thank you LUK!

Thanks H3rB3i for posting this.


#4

Yes, where are my manners - obviously big thanks to LUK! :bow:


#5

Thanks [B]Lighting[/B] for the great program and thanks [B]H3rB3i[/B] for keeping us up to date! :bow: :bow:


#6

Thanks [B]LightningUK[/B], now that ImgBurn can read to ISO (since 2.3.0.0), I have retired (but not abandoned) DVD Decrypter.