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How to disable simulation burn in Nero 6

Postby pika2000 on Tue Aug 03, 2004 12:02 am

I have an image of an AudioCD, mounted using Nero Imagedrive. Then I used Nero to do a Disc Copy on the fly to my Yamaha CDRW using Audio Master (burn speed 8X). I had the simulation burn unchecked, and the Nero image drive indicated that I can do 50X for Audio. When I start burning, Nero showed a message that it will do simulation burn before burning. Is there a way to disable this? I tried playing with the burn speed, but still the same thing. The only way to get around this is to uncheck On the fly burning (which is redundant since the source is an image anyway).
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Postby CCampbell on Tue Aug 03, 2004 3:23 pm

Make sure you are selecting the option to Burn Image to Disc option in Nero Express, and select the Image file to burn.

IT sounds like you are mounting an Image file, and then using the CD Copy function to copy the mounted Image. Or you selected the contents of the mounted image to create a Data CD, etc.

If you were truly selecting the Image file to burn to disc, there would not be an option for Simulation, it would be grayed out.

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Postby pika2000 on Wed Aug 04, 2004 11:32 pm

Yes, I mounted the image using imagedrive, and do a copy disc. Is there a way to disable the simulation entirely? Or is it a feature of Nero to do simulation if you're doing copy disc on the fly to a burner?
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Postby CCampbell on Thu Aug 05, 2004 3:16 pm

To be honest, I have never tried to mount an Image and then use the CD Copy option on the Mounted Image file. It was never meant to work that way. :)

Before our software does any kind of copy operation, it needs to know what speeds the source drive can sustain. In most cases, we have this contained in our CDROM.CFG file contained in the Nero folder.

But you are using our Nero ImageDrive to mount an Image, and our Nero software see's it as a Recorder even though it's really your Hard Drive. It's unable to use locate the Max Read speeds or Audio Extraction capabilities of the Image drive.

Why don't you just unmount the Image file, and then use the option to Burn Image To Disc. This way you will not have the problem with it doing a simulation first.

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