Quote: Originally Posted by garylisk
Sorry to necropost.
I must point out that cdburnerxp made my drive disappear, and I had to uninstall it and follow direction on the windows 7 site to make my drive come back.
For those of you who have installed cdburnerxp on Windows 7 and had no trouble, consider yourselves lucky. From what I read, this is a problem with some burning software out there. I had to uninstall it and delete some registry entries.
This is a known problem with different burning programs since vista
- and IIRC even some XP users ran into the same thing. Those high and low filters should just be permanently removed from Windows, but I am not sure why they pop back in, seemingly automatically, when you least expect them to....
they remain there for some backward compatibility for older SCSI based 1X and 2X burners... I may be wrong, but that is what I remember. Still, it is time they were removed completely and if someone somewhere out there needs them then they can download the patch / hotfix from M$ and install it. But that makes sense to me, so it is probably never going to happen.
Another scenario is that other programs will add those filters back in for compatibility especially
if they detect a SCSI device driver - such as those used by Alcohol, Daemon Tools and VirtualCD....
Quote: Originally Posted by banderz777
I used it in 7232 build and had a problem also, would not load my DVD at all so I used imgburn and never had a problem.
Quote: Originally Posted by pparks1
1 thing that I noticed tonight with CDBurnerXP was that during the burn of a DVD, my CPU on my box was running really hard. 1 of my 4 cores was pegged at about 90%.
I found the following thread explaining the problem and they suggested replacing one of the .DLL's with a copy from the older version. I figured I would post here in case anybody has the problem; CDBurnerXP • View topic - 4.0.024.439 very high cpu usage
Edit: I tried this on my box and while it reduced CPU usage, nothing would write to the disc. So, i just dumped cdburnerxp and switched to imgburn. Seems to be working no problem and the price was right again (free).
ImageBurn seems to be the most popular one - however, I prefer to use the native burning utility or ISO Recorder when doing ISOs - it's that much faster.