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    monitor files which will going to write on disc?

    I have to find out the details of file that are ready to write on disc?

    Is there any method to find them and monitor them?

    i have found that windows default disc writter use path "C:\Users\(username)\AppData

    \Local\Microsoft\Windows\Burn\Burn".


    I cannot findout the burning file details , if any other burning softwares are used.

    Help me to find a solution to monitor files which will going to write on disc?

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    You want to keep a file log of your disc writer activity?

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    yes actually.. simply i want know which files are writing to disc (cd/dvd).

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    Use Sysinternals process monitor and then add a filter to diminish the amount of information being displayed (add a filter like e:\ or f:\, corresponding to the cd drive you want to have info on).
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    reply @ruirib :

    is it work if we use third party software like nero .or any other software..?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sumith View Post
    reply @ruirib :

    is it work if we use third party software like nero .or any other software..?
    Yes, it works regardless of the software you use.
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