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Old 06-07-2013, 05:12 PM   #1
danio0012
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Unhappy problem burning CD on puppy linux wary 5.0


Hello,

I am new to Linux, but I have tried Ubuntu before, I have no idea how to fix this problem. As I had a couple of .iso files downloaded to my formated ext3 hard drive (40 GB), one of the iso files that I wanted to burn was Puppy Arcade 10. I have a blank CD-R disk w/ 700mb and a speed to x16 x32 and x56. I used a program called "Burniso2cd" to burn the iso, and after picking the iso file, there was my DVD-CD drive listed. The device is called: HL-DT-STDVD-RW_GWA-4082N mounted at /dev/sr0. After the burning process was done, an error came up like this: "The burn was not verified. See details in /tmp/burniso2cd.log. You should start over". Here is the log file from the error:

Waiting 15 seconds to allow drive lights to finish blinking
dd: reading `/dev/sr0': Input/output error
0+0 records in
0+0 records out
0 bytes (0 B) copied, 0.00679556 s, 0.0 kB/s

Additional specs if something will be needed:
Laptop MSI Megabook M520
Intel Mobile 915GM/GMS/910GML Express Graphics Controller
Realtek Semiconductor RTL-8139/8139C/8139C+
ATA FUJISTU MHT2040A 40.0 GB

I think thas all. Thread posted with Puppy Linux Wary 5.0
 
Old 06-08-2013, 10:06 AM   #2
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Might help, might not.

http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?p=355600

http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/vie...2f4deff08b6217

Especially since 1st post in 1st link I posted said

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I'm trying to burn an iso file on a CD using burniso2cd, but it doesn't properly verify.

I understand that this can happen even if the CD was burned properly.



Given that the verify feature of burniso2cd causes false alarms, how do I tell if my CD burned properly?
In case you want to try a different burner in Wary 5

http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=54034

Last edited by rokytnji; 06-08-2013 at 10:11 AM.
 
Old 06-08-2013, 10:57 AM   #3
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Does it have any option to verify the burn, like a check box or a radio button before you start the burning? if so then you can try to enable it.

Pretty simple, I know, but sometimes it's a little thing like that that ruins our day
 
Old 06-08-2013, 02:44 PM   #4
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Quote:
Does it have any option to verify the burn, like a check box or a radio button before you start the burning? if so then you can try to enable it.
No, it doesn't. The cycle went like this:

a) What kind of disk do you have in your CD/DVD drive?
I chose CD

b) Select an .iso file to burn.
I chose "puppy-arcade-10.iso"

c) At what speed do you want to burn?
I chose 4x. I wanted to chose 2x cause it would be better to read at a slow speed from the disk.

d) Please wait, burning. (And then poped up the terminal window showing the process of the burning) And at that point I saw there was written some errors, something like 0x02213, error at sector 0x bla bla bla, I really didnt know what they ment, but I felt that something will go wrong.

e)Burning done! Please reinsert your burnt disk.
I reinserted it

f) And there goes that error what I wrote at the top!

But arent there any good programs for making bootable usb drives? I was trying to try some Windows versions with WINE, of UNetbootin, Live LinuxUSB, FUSBi, rufus, and I tried some of the Linux versions of them. Sorry for my bad language but I was so pissed off, that I tried the "dd if=xxx of=xxx" command in the terminal. I have made a bootable usb drive with that command, but when it was booted, an error came up: "Missing operating system". I dont know what to do here, please help!

---------- Post added 06-08-13 at 09:45 PM ----------

Quote:
Does it have any option to verify the burn, like a check box or a radio button before you start the burning? if so then you can try to enable it.
No, it doesn't. The cycle went like this:

a) What kind of disk do you have in your CD/DVD drive?
I chose CD

b) Select an .iso file to burn.
I chose "puppy-arcade-10.iso"

c) At what speed do you want to burn?
I chose 4x. I wanted to chose 2x cause it would be better to read at a slow speed from the disk.

d) Please wait, burning. (And then poped up the terminal window showing the process of the burning) And at that point I saw there was written some errors, something like 0x02213, error at sector 0x bla bla bla, I really didnt know what they ment, but I felt that something will go wrong.

e)Burning done! Please reinsert your burnt disk.
I reinserted it

f) And there goes that error what I wrote at the top!

But arent there any good programs for making bootable usb drives? I was trying to try some Windows versions with WINE, of UNetbootin, Live LinuxUSB, FUSBi, rufus, and I tried some of the Linux versions of them. Sorry for my bad language but I was so pissed off, that I tried the "dd if=xxx of=xxx" command in the terminal. I have made a bootable usb drive with that command, but when it was booted, an error came up: "Missing operating system". I dont know what to do here, please help!
 
  


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