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Backing Up Max Payne - 8/27/2001 2:01:35 PM   
bubba53

 

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I have tried unsuccessfully to backup Max Payne. I am using CloneCD 3.0.6.1, Yahama 16x10x40 SCSI burner. I made backups that will install but the game will not play. I get an error message: Max Payne caused an error in ~DF3948.TMP.

I used ClonyXL to detect the copy protection (Safedisk2) and used the settings recommended (Fast error Skip,read retries 3, error correction
none and read speed 4x). Any suggestions???

Thanks
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RE: Backing Up Max Payne - 8/27/2001 9:55:52 PM   
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You cannot backup Max Payne with the drive you are using. Try BetaBlocker instead!

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RE: Backing Up Max Payne - 8/28/2001 1:51:08 PM   
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Thanks, John. I had read that only a few drives were able to copy Safedisk2 and Yahama wasn't one of them.

I used a friends Plexto and it worked fine....


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RE: Backing Up Max Payne - 8/31/2001 3:30:35 PM   
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What kind of plextor does your friend have?


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RE: Backing Up Max Payne - 8/31/2001 6:55:29 PM   
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quote:

Thanks, John. I had read that only a few drives were able to copy Safedisk2 and Yahama wasn't one of them.

I used a friends Plexto and it worked fine....


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RE: Backing Up Max Payne - 8/31/2001 6:57:46 PM   
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hi bubba what kind of settings you use t write max payne
tell me if you can. i have plextor 124ts.
thnx

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Thanks, John. I had read that only a few drives were able to copy Safedisk2 and Yahama wasn't one of them.

I used a friends Plexto and it worked fine....


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RE: Backing Up Max Payne - 9/6/2001 3:39:46 PM   
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ok if you want to copy sd2 i recommend liteon 24x10x32 rev102b it will copy them and to read it you need a "ghetto" cd reader that does not read atip (standard cd reader without recorder) and you are set


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RE: Backing Up Max Payne - 9/12/2001 10:15:50 PM   
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I copied Max Payne with my Plextor 16/10/40A and DiskJuggler. Works like a champ in the Plextor. Already beat the game!


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