Has anyone managed a SD4.60 (Call of Duty 2/Quake 4 etc...) perfect backup that works in the picky readers (Toshiba SDM series and the likes) with no emulation/patches/hiding apps? Using software such as DiscJuggler/A120% and CCD, is there any hardware out there that is capable of this newer SafeDisc version? I have tried the old faithfuls, Plex's PX-R820T/PX-W8220T but to no avail (known SD3.2 killers), the best I can get is backups playing in other Plextor hardware, with weak sector amplification on and off and 4X reading/writing with all the software, but failing the verification checks when played on a Yami CRW-F1DX and BenQ DW1640/PX-740A...
I would love to know if there is any actual fact-proven hardware that beats this prot, and no flukes! Does a SD4.6x killer exist? Has anybody any luck without cracking/emulation (cheating)? This is driving me crazy (this SD version) as i can usually get perfect copies but v4.60 has perhaps put an end to this.
By the way, I am talking CD versions here, as there is no known method applicable to the DVD versions of the same revisions of SafeDisc.
I have been at this all day, tried so many reader/writer combos and many, many speeds so if anybody at all can shed light relevant to all this I'm all ears and would much appreciate it as I'm sure I'm not the only one having difficulties in achieving what I want (a working backup, made by the hardware, no software tricks). So does such a beast exist?
Thanks if ya can help out here.
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