The issue with burning images and getting the panic throw out from Raspberry Pi images is because the SD-CARD used and the image size do not match they differ by a small amount usually just a few megabytes on an 4, 8 or 16GB SDcard. Does not matter which image software you use and if you verify it or not unless they software fixes the partition up to match the card size it will throw a panic. The latest version of Win32DiskImager will warn you the image size is different to the card size and allows you to continue but the produced image will panic. The only way around the issue is using a partitioning tool to shorten the last partition back by say 500Mb so that the image size is guaranteed to be smaller than any card of the supposed size. Then image that card and it will work on any card of the supposed GB size.