Hello Everybody, I tested the demo of TrueImage 8 build 771 for creating images to DVD-RAM (Panasonic LF-D321 with UDFS diriver meiudf.sys version 126.96.36.199. The same driver as for LG Drives). This is on WindowsXP SP2. The DVD-RAM media were formated as UFS 1.50 with a capacity of 4.26 GByte. The media are accessible via explorer as drive F: for read write from all applications (Explorer, cmd, MS-Office etc.) with no problems. TrueImage does not show the drive letter in the image create wizard for some reason. Anyway giving the drive letter in the file name input field (eg. f:\test.tib) shows the correct size of the DVD-RAM media and starts doing the image. The count of media is correctly reported as 2 media. The problem is that TrueImage does not seem to recognize that the drive is a removable media and simple pops up a drive full error when there is no space left on the media. I then can change the media to an empty one and let TrueImage continue with the image creation by pressing the retry button. The resulting image (split on two media) is, so says TrueImage, corrupted and unusable. I then tested InCD 188.8.131.52 from Ahead at http://www.ahead.de with the same result. Has anyone managed writing images to DVD-RAM media successfully with the current TrueImage Version? Please Help! Best Regards.