N/APosted on - 07/18/2013
Why am I getting this error? Is this the problem with bad batch of discs or anything else? I have checked my DVD burner’s cable everything is working fine then why does appear this error? I want your assistance. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Device: [2:0:0] ATAPI iHAS624 B GL2A (G:) (ATA)
Interpretation: Check Condition
CDB: DF1AFF FF FF FF000000000000
Interpretation: Vendor Unique (LITE-ON)
SK Interpretation: Illegal Request
ASC/ASCQ Interpretation: Logical Block Address out of Range
ImgBurn I/O error: Could not burn DVD
Try lowering the buffer size in the program settings and use 4x or 2.4x speed for burning. Also disable the Imageburn verification option if at all you did enabled. If you still facing problems, disconnect all the cables of drive and reconnect it(Let the PC cool).
Its seems yours drive is Lite-on, change these Advanced settings:
Make sure you close unwanted background processes (from task manager) in windows, like anti- virus software, iTUNES and other non system processes. Find the Imgburn process right-click and set high priority.
You can try Wondershare's Video Converter Ultimate an alternate tool. Always make sure you are using good media and update the Imageburn to latest version.