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Old 10-29-2005, 03:41 AM   #1
dolphans1
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K3b failing to burn DVD ISO Mandriva


Hey guys, I am having one h-ll of a time trying to burn this Mandriva DVD ISO for _X86_64 bit. I have tried just about everything I can think of. Sometimes the burn fails at 1% and other times it has failed at 71%. All-in-all, I have ruined 5 DVD's. In baseball I would be cut for these sorts of numbers.

I am using an Emprex 16X Dual DVD burner and the DVD ISO I am burning is 4.4GB.

I am about to give up. I joined the Mandriva Club so I could get this DVD, spent all this money and nothing but failure.

Any tips or suggestions?

Below is what debug stated:

Executing 'builtin_dd if=/home/stan/Desktop/Mandriva-Linux-PowerPack-2006-DVD.x86_64/Mandriva-Linux-Powerpack-2006-DVD.x86_64.iso of=/dev/hdd obs=32k seek=0'
/dev/hdd: "Current Write Speed" is 8.2x1385KBps.
0/4696293376 ( 0.0%) @0x, remaining ??:??
0/4696293376 ( 0.0%) @0x, remaining ??:??
0/4696293376 ( 0.0%) @0x, remaining ??:??
0/4696293376 ( 0.0%) @0x, remaining ??:??
0/4696293376 ( 0.0%) @0x, remaining ??:??
9404416/4696293376 ( 0.2%) @2.0x, remaining 199:20
22249472/4696293376 ( 0.5%) @2.7x, remaining 94:32
37027840/4696293376 ( 0.8%) @3.1x, remaining 62:54
52101120/4696293376 ( 1.1%) @3.2x, remaining 50:30
67108864/4696293376 ( 1.4%) @3.2x, remaining 42:32
81920000/4696293376 ( 1.7%) @3.1x, remaining 37:33
97124352/4696293376 ( 2.1%) @3.2x, remaining 34:43
112197632/4696293376 ( 2.4%) @3.2x, remaining 32:00
127401984/4696293376 ( 2.7%) @3.2x, remaining 29:53
142573568/4696293376 ( 3.0%) @3.2x, remaining 28:44
157122560/4696293376 ( 3.3%) @3.1x, remaining 27:26
172359680/4696293376 ( 3.7%) @3.2x, remaining 26:41
187400192/4696293376 ( 4.0%) @3.2x, remaining 25:39
202866688/4696293376 ( 4.3%) @3.3x, remaining 24:44
218136576/4696293376 ( 4.6%) @3.2x, remaining 24:17
233242624/4696293376 ( 5.0%) @3.2x, remaining 23:35
248545280/4696293376 ( 5.3%) @3.2x, remaining 22:57
262537216/4696293376 ( 5.6%) @3.0x, remaining 22:47
277807104/4696293376 ( 5.9%) @3.2x, remaining 22:16
293208064/4696293376 ( 6.2%) @3.3x, remaining 21:46
308248576/4696293376 ( 6.6%) @3.2x, remaining 21:35
323649536/4696293376 ( 6.9%) @3.3x, remaining 21:09
339214336/4696293376 ( 7.2%) @3.3x, remaining 20:45
354189312/4696293376 ( 7.5%) @3.2x, remaining 20:38
369623040/4696293376 ( 7.9%) @3.3x, remaining 20:17
385220608/4696293376 ( 8.2%) @3.3x, remaining 19:57
400785408/4696293376 ( 8.5%) @3.3x, remaining 19:49
416776192/4696293376 ( 8.9%) @3.4x, remaining 19:30
432406528/4696293376 ( 9.2%) @3.3x, remaining 19:13
447774720/4696293376 ( 9.5%) @3.3x, remaining 19:08
463208448/4696293376 ( 9.9%) @3.3x, remaining 18:53
479199232/4696293376 (10.2%) @3.4x, remaining 18:37
494239744/4696293376 (10.5%) @3.2x, remaining 18:33
509345792/4696293376 (10.8%) @3.2x, remaining 18:21
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600571904/4696293376 (12.8%) @3.2x, remaining 17:30
615841792/4696293376 (13.1%) @3.2x, remaining 17:20
630915072/4696293376 (13.4%) @3.2x, remaining 17:17
645890048/4696293376 (13.8%) @3.2x, remaining 17:08
661291008/4696293376 (14.1%) @3.3x, remaining 16:58
676626432/4696293376 (14.4%) @3.2x, remaining 16:55
692191232/4696293376 (14.7%) @3.3x, remaining 16:46
707657728/4696293376 (15.1%) @3.3x, remaining 16:37
722763776/4696293376 (15.4%) @3.2x, remaining 16:35
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784039936/4696293376 (16.7%) @3.3x, remaining 16:08
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830013440/4696293376 (17.7%) @3.2x, remaining 15:50
845414400/4696293376 (18.0%) @3.3x, remaining 15:42
860520448/4696293376 (18.3%) @3.2x, remaining 15:40
874872832/4696293376 (18.6%) @3.0x, remaining 15:34
890568704/4696293376 (19.0%) @3.3x, remaining 15:31
906067968/4696293376 (19.3%) @3.3x, remaining 15:24
921370624/4696293376 (19.6%) @3.2x, remaining 15:17
936771584/4696293376 (19.9%) @3.3x, remaining 15:15
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967147520/4696293376 (20.6%) @3.2x, remaining 15:02
982876160/4696293376 (20.9%) @3.3x, remaining 14:59
998309888/4696293376 (21.3%) @3.3x, remaining 14:52
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1058373632/4696293376 (22.5%) @2.8x, remaining 14:33
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1483636736/4696293376 (31.6%) @3.3x, remaining 12:33
1498546176/4696293376 (31.9%) @3.1x, remaining 12:28
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1559429120/4696293376 (33.2%) @2.9x, remaining 12:14
1573814272/4696293376 (33.5%) @3.0x, remaining 12:10
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1600782336/4696293376 (34.1%) @2.5x, remaining 12:05
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1643806720/4696293376 (35.0%) @3.0x, remaining 11:54
1657241600/4696293376 (35.3%) @2.8x, remaining 11:51
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1683128320/4696293376 (35.8%) @2.9x, remaining 11:47
1699119104/4696293376 (36.2%) @3.4x, remaining 11:42
1713340416/4696293376 (36.5%) @3.0x, remaining 11:38
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1741225984/4696293376 (37.1%) @3.0x, remaining 11:32
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1770586112/4696293376 (37.7%) @3.1x, remaining 11:25
:-[ WRITE@LBA=d4680h failed with SK=3h/ASC=0Ch/ACQ=08h]: Input/output error
:-( write failed: Input/output error
/dev/hdd: flushing cache
/dev/hdd: closing track
/dev/hdd: closing disc

growisofs comand:
-----------------------
/usr/bin/growisofs -Z /dev/hdd=/home/stan/Desktop/Mandriva-Linux-PowerPack-2006-DVD.x86_64/Mandriva-Linux-Powerpack-2006-DVD.x86_64.iso -use-the-force-luke=notray -use-the-force-luke=tty -dvd-compat -speed=8

Last edited by dolphans1; 10-29-2005 at 03:47 AM.
 
Old 10-29-2005, 06:34 AM   #2
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Did you check the MD5 before burning?? Also I would try burning it at the slowest speed possible...
 
Old 10-29-2005, 09:42 AM   #3
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I get the green check when I watch the Md5 sum, I burn on auto and the fastest it goes is 3x to 4x.

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Originally posted by vinceo03
Did you check the MD5 before burning?? Also I would try burning it at the slowest speed possible...
 
Old 10-29-2005, 02:51 PM   #4
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Just purchased a newer 16x DVD and tried the burn with K3b and it failed on 4%.

That's 6 straight DVD's down the toilet.....

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Old 12-02-2005, 11:56 AM   #5
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Same problem Mandriva DVD ISO burning error

I've downloaded Mandriva-Linux-Free-2006-DVD.i586.iso using the command line:

ncftpget -b sunsite.cnlab-switch.ch . /mirror/mandrake/official/iso/2006.0/i586/Mandriva-Linux-Free-2006-DVD.i586.iso

It takes about 3 days

so I check the file with command line

md5sum --check Mandriva-Linux-Free-2006-DVD.i586.md5.asc

and it reports: FILE OK

Then I use K3B in order to make the ISO copy to the DVD, it also checks the MD5 sum, but when I burn the DVD K3b says : recorded 20078 of 20088 MB!!!!!!!

So the DVD works just for decoration stuff!


K3b log is as follows:

Devices
-----------------------
ATAPI DVD RW 8XMax 130D (/dev/hdc, ) at /mnt/cdrom [CD-R; CD-RW; CD-ROM; DVD-ROM; DVD-R; DVD-RW; DVD+R; DVD+RW] [DVD-ROM; DVD-R secuencial; DVD-RW Sobreescritura restringida; DVD-RW secuencial; DVD+RW; DVD+R; CD-ROM; CD-R; CD-RW] [SAO; TAO]

System
-----------------------
K3b Version: 0.11.20
KDE Version: 3.3.2
QT Version: 3.3.4
Kernel: 2.6.11-12mdk

growisofs
-----------------------
Executing 'builtin_dd if=/var/DISTRIBUCIONES/MANDRIVA/Mandriva-Linux-Free-2006-DVD.i586.iso of=/dev/hdc obs=32k seek=0'
/dev/hdc: engaging DVD-R DAO upon user request...
/dev/hdc: reserving 1069184 blocks
/dev/hdc: "Current Write Speed" is 4.1x1385KBps.
32768/2189662208 ( 0.0%) @0.0x, remaining 6682:13
32768/2189662208 ( 0.0%) @0.0x, remaining 10023:19
32768/2189662208 ( 0.0%) @0.0x, remaining 14478:08
...
...
...
2141782016/2189662208 (97.8%) @4.0x, remaining 0:09
2160492544/2189662208 (98.7%) @4.0x, remaining 0:05
2179235840/2189662208 (99.5%) @4.0x, remaining 0:02
/dev/hdc: flushing cache

growisofs comand:
-----------------------
/usr/bin/growisofs -Z /dev/hdc=/var/DISTRIBUCIONES/MANDRIVA/Mandriva-Linux-Free-2006-DVD.i586.iso -use-the-force-luke=notray -use-the-force-luke=tty -use-the-force-luke=dao -dvd-compat -speed=4



Thank you in advance for your help
 
Old 12-03-2005, 10:02 PM   #6
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Just use the CD isos. Thats what i used and they work fine. Theres only 3.
 
Old 01-02-2006, 04:44 AM   #7
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same problem....

hey,
I got the same problem. I wasted so many DVDs that I thought my burner had a problem. But it does seem to burn everything but this DVD image alright. (CD images are fine, Data DVD too). It keeps failing at 1% or at around 70% (!) The image is just fine on another type of burner. I am using Nero 6 on win XP, but I remember having similar problems on linux with K3b.
My suggestion: Try slowest speed (4x) and finalize. That seems to do the trick..

sunpascal
 
Old 01-02-2006, 01:52 PM   #8
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I did try but it never would work. I installed nero-linux and it burned the image without a problem. I think KSCD may have had something to do with it, so I uninstalled the KSCD from my mandriva. How did I know, Nero-Linux told me it might interfere with it, so I removed it.

d-1
 
Old 01-02-2006, 04:50 PM   #9
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Quote:
I get the green check when I watch the Md5 sum
Be careful with this - it will show as green in k3b even if you don't put in the correct MD5 sum of the file. You need to click the little button next to the md5sum and copy the md5sum from the website in otherwise its not actually checking anything. Or check it from the command line as in gramofenomeno's post.
 
Old 01-02-2006, 06:02 PM   #10
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Same was happening to me. About 10 DVD's dumped.

Your file name is too long.

K3b uses growisofs to burn your dvd isos. In the growisofs website
under the section `Burning with growisofs', says that growisofs
uses mkisofs wich dumps its output directly to the media. You can find
this info here under the `Burning with growisofs' section.

-And mkisofs itself uses the 8.3 file format, you can find that info
here under the `Description' section.

-And you can find another way to solve this if you can figure out the way
to use the information provided in this site.

Anyway I used the command as suggested in the growisofs site under
`Burning with growisofs' but this time I changed the file name to an
8.3 format, and it worked fine.

comand: growisofs -Z /dev/hdc=image001.iso

Hope it helps

-W

Last edited by mokele; 01-02-2006 at 06:06 PM.
 
Old 02-07-2006, 04:07 AM   #11
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Hi

I have only just downloaded the 2006 DVD from a Japanese mirror, getting terrific speeds, but no auto resume when it had an error, I was using Opera in Mandrake 10. I had issues with my CD burner and thought that after downloading 2GB it would fail. Then I found this thread.

Thanks to gramofenomeno for the checksum command, mine said OK, I then used k3b on auto with an LG burner, it burnt it at 3.5k and said it was OK.

I would have to assume it works, I will find out later I guess, once I have backed up certain data.

Cheers
Asif
 
Old 02-07-2006, 05:22 AM   #12
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I ended up with a debian netinstall and I'm happy.
 
Old 02-07-2006, 03:41 PM   #13
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I've been using K3b in Mandrake for about 2 years now for burning cd's and dvd's mostly data disks but also iso. I've got the dvd's for Mandriva 10.1, 2005 and 2006 burned on K3b. I've used it for 100's of movies as well - at least I think that's what K9Copy (the Mandrake version of DVDShrink) uses. It really performs, and I have no complaint. I have not tried to burn fast, K3b decides what speed it will use, according to your machine and the disk. I just let it get on with it - usually about 4X - about 20 minutes.

I admit I accepted (until now having read earlier comments) that the MD5 sum being checked by K3b was valid... because the disks are ok! I nearly always use RW disks because I have lost some in XP, you just have to start up Firefox or Freecell to lose a disk. I'm so used to burning in Mandrake running several torrents, playing a game AND browsing Firefox I forget Windoze can't cope the same. I've got 4 torrents running now and have just burned 2 movies to DVD no probs.

I've got 2 NEC-DVD_RW's one 3520 and one 3540. They're great in my system! Bought as replacements for cdrom and cd-rewriter.

Posted this because the other posters seem to be having a bad time and I wanted to show Mandrake and K3b are not bad for everybody!

Last edited by rrsc16954; 02-07-2006 at 04:46 PM.
 
Old 02-07-2006, 05:23 PM   #14
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Quote:
Originally Posted by rrsc16954
Posted this because the other posters seem to be having a bad time and I wanted to show Mandrake and K3b are not bad for everybody!
This thread is for people having a specific problem with k3b. It doesn't mean that everyone
has a problem with k3b or that every burner has problems with k3b. It's just the people who do who post.
Furthermore, no one has been claiming that Mandrake or k3b are "bad for everybody".
 
Old 02-07-2006, 11:24 PM   #15
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You're about as tetchy as another Pascal I lost track of when he went to saudi in about 1980. Sorry I spoke!
 
  


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