Hi everyone, I got a Memorex Dual Format DVD Burner 2 weeks ago and am having problems burning. I am using Shrink 3.2, Decrypter 126.96.36.199 and Nero 6.0. I started with Memorex DVD+R discs (made by Ritek) and I got a few good burns out of the 25 pack. I got another pack and it was made by CMC (crappy discs - all coasters) and after reading on here (from ScubaPete) that memorex are crappy, I got 100 Verbatim DVD+R discs made by Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation (Checked in DVDIdentifier) from Best Buy. I burned the Memorex with an older firmware, and then I upgraded my drive's firmware to BWSE from Memorex's website and reinstalled the ASPI layer. The discs I'm burning from are clean and most of them were new. Is it possible that the new firmware is not compatible with the Verbatim DVD+Rs? Shrink makes a good image of the DVD, but when I burn the image with Nero or decrypter it skips about 20-30 times (mostly in the middle of the movie). I have tried to burn 40 different movies and the only one I got a perfect copy of was Lion King 1. I tried ripping the DVD to files on the hard drive using shrink and also tried ripping the DVD using decrypter and it still skips. BUT if I play the image file made by Shrink, it does not skip, So I'm thinking that something is wrong in the burn process. I burned the discs in 4X (lowest allowed by Disc - as specified in Decrypter). If I burn it any lower it still burns it at 4X. If I put a burned movied in Shrink, during analyzing it says - Data Error - Cyclic Redundancy Error. These are my system specs: Intel Celeron 1.3, 40 GB Compressed Hard drive (25GB available space), 128MB SDRAM, 4096MB Virtual Memory (don't know if that helps), Memorex Dual Format, Double Layer Internal E-IDE Drive with 2 MB buffer, all drives have DMA enabled, Windows SP2 installed, McAfee Antivirus and McAfee Firewall (both disabled during ripping and burn), also Windows Firewall is disabled. PLEASE!! I've read all the manual's I could find on Shrink and Decrypter, but haven't figured out what the problem is. Thanks for the space!