We’re to the point we need you to be more specific about your setup, such as: the exact model number of your BD drive (plus which firmware it is on, if you can find that information), what operating system and version you’re on (win7, win10, pro/home, 64/32-bit, etc.), what burning program are you using (I’ve been assuming ImgBurn) and which revision (then we should dig into what steps you went through when using the program), where did you get your copy of the file and is it corrupt, whether you’re plugging into a USB3.0 or USB2 port, etc. (and whatever other information along this level of detail you can think to add).
Yeah we need more specifics.
@ yoda - as soon as I edited my post I realized I was talking about two different things. Doh!
darth’s question though got me to look into my setup as I plan to burn/print some BD50s. I still can’t figure out why on my Win10 Pro, 64 bit, USB 3.0 laptop using BDR-XD05S over USB 3.0 - imgburn reads my system as Win8 Pro (was upgraded to 10), and finds my Pioneer Drive at USB 2.0 in the log when starting the software. It might just be a registry error and have zero effect on the burning…I can’t tell.