To be more explicite, i was refering to a command line, by that i mean the actual options that the program was using. Not necessarily an actual command line as such, as that's all the otions that your program uses are.
I was trying to get at, how do you have the program actually configured at the time. The options you have selected. The problem is lickely contained there.
if I turn bootable disc off, it doesn't work
Makes sense, your looking for a 'bootable disc'
If I use no emulation
That sounds more to do with the iso creation, where it would be used.
If your remastering the image, then there will be two things happening, image creation then burning ... You would need to provide an ordered list of the whole option set your using for each attemp, including speed. And whether the program is combining both stages. Then someone will be able to see clearly what is actually going on, and get somewhere with it.
'mkisofs' and 'cdrecord' (or another burn tool) would also do it. As the underlying process is the same. I was thinking of comparing the options/configuration that program was using to the ones i'm familiar with, and maybe getting a hint that way.
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