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Securom - 9/15/2001 4:35:06 PM   
Sexbomb

 

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I just tried to backup with CloneCD a 1:1 backup copy of Diablo 2: Lord of destruction (protected by Securom-"new") with a new burner I bought today (LG GCE- 8160b 16x10x40) but didn't get a 1:1 copy, (the CD reads fine on explorer but asks for the CD when tried to play the game).

I did it with CloneCD 3.0.8.2 and checked only Read Subchannel from data track and read subchannel from audio track, and writing in RAW-DAO mode. I thought this burner could read sub-channel info from both data and audio tracks (the LG x12 model is listed on the clonecd list as such). My question is, is it possible to obtain a 1:1 backup of a backup cd protected by Securom protection? (i thought it was, but I'm not sure anymore). How can I discover if this burner can read/write subchannel info, is there any software that can test this features?
Any chance it will work if I use raw sao+sub writing mode if raw DAO didn't work? Help!

(i have both clonecd and nero but i don't see any info screen that reports this)

P.S:

-I own the game, but don't have it here at this time, only the backup, so I cannot try to backup the original CD for some time.

-The backup copy that works was made with other burner (HP 9150) and works flawlessly in any CD-ROM, thats why I used it as source to this copy.

-I dont have any other way of making the image, my Pioneer DVD 103s x6 does not read subchannel info for sure (i heard something about a firmware that allows this but don't think it is true, is it?).

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RE: Securom - 9/23/2001 6:25:29 PM   
vango44

 

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Some of the Securom new games are able to detect a CDR disk if you play it in a CDRW drive. Try un-installing and re-installing with the copy on a CD/DVDROM drive. Play from this drive also.


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RE: Securom - 9/24/2001 4:44:21 AM   
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Hi, Sexbomb,

(funny nick, btw)

You can still use your copy, if you modify the .exe file that starts the game.

Go to www.gamecopyworld.com, or follow this direct link: http://www.scriptforums.com/gcw/games/pc_diablo2.shtml

and DL what you need of patches & updates, and you'll be home free, even with a far-from-perfect backup of your game.

Have fun!

Rgds,

Bandit

--^LordVader^--
The Bandit

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