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    burning with Imgburn

    Hi,

    how should I try to burn navi image files with ImgBurn? Mercedes navi file fits on singlelayer disk, but I have Verbatim DVD+R DL which are best, but ImgBurn asks bunch of questions when starting to burn, like should it burn to both layers or just first layer etc... And what about booktype settings, should it be DVD-Rom or normal?

    Sorry if these questions are asked before...

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    Re: burning with Imgburn

    You should use a SL DVD if a DVD9 is not required
    Every DVD for navigation equipment should be DVD-ROM
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    Re: burning with Imgburn

    Hi...

    I'm trying to burn an iso with "Imgburn" but i can't set the Book Type to DVD-ROM.

    I'm using a "Verbatim 8x DVD+R DL (MKM-003-00)" and my writter is a "Optiarc DVD RW AD-7170A 1.05 (ATA)"

    When i try to change the book type I don't know witch brand i should select because Sony is not there. And witch setting should i use?

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    Re: burning with Imgburn

    i think you are right

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    Re: burning with Imgburn

    thank you Gazo
    I was trying to update my w221 comand ntg3 fromm version 4 to version 10 map europe map. I got the disk from a friend. I copied it by making an .iso file and then writing the image using image burn. The update nicely started, until it reached approximately 90%. Then it says 'map update not possible'. I tried 3 diffrent disks and 2 different dvd writers, with no difference. When i insert a dvd, it is recognised and ask if i want to update etc and it start to resume from the 90% only to fail. Is there any thing i need to do? many thanks in advance

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    All three disk are just bad copies.... Try Verbatim media...+ a good dvd writer ! I would try also updating first to an earlyer version - lets say 7... Then to 10 or 11...

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    Re: burning with Imgburn

    Quote Originally Posted by gazo View Post
    You should use a SL DVD if a DVD9 is not required
    Every DVD for navigation equipment should be DVD-ROM
    I am concerned about this DVD-ROM book type setting. Lot of people are using burners that do not allow setting book type. Is it really necessary and essential?

    I have a 12.1 map update for Generation 5 Lexus. I can use a software to 'mount' the .iso virtually - mounting virtually indicates that the .iso already has book type set to 'DVD-ROM.'

    Now my question is, if the downloaded .iso already has book type set to DVD-ROM, do you still need a burner that allows setting book type to DVD-ROM? I have Matshita burner on my T420s and it does not allow book type setting.

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