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Suggest updating this, firstly when dl file extracted there is no temp, or uniblue folders, made .ini file and copied text to it. placed it into app. It then still placed folders in user/appdata/imgburn. God knows whats in the registry. no way this is stealth, at least not following the instructions.
Don't use batch files for portable software, it's lamerville. It's a retarded solution and it only causes trouble. You accidentally start it the wrong way, or you set a file association with the .exe instead of the .bat, and BAM, the thing starts up and installs a whole messload of registry keys. ImgBurn does not need "/portable", all you have to do is manually add "PortableMode=1" to ImgBurn.ini and it will ALWAYS start up in portable mode.Don't you guys even CHECK for stuff like that before running lamerville "batch files?"... 2b1af7f3a8