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Creating a PSX Image. - 10/4/2002 12:38:17 PM   
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Hi everyone.

I need help on creating a psx cd from a cdrom. Problem is that the disc works fine on the PlayStation and on the emulator, but when I tried to copy it, there were tons of errors. I have tried Clone CD and Nero but without success. The image is not playable at all.

I had burnt the disc with Nero using a bin/cue files. There were no errors reported by Nero at all.

I have this question in my mind for a long time:-

----> PSX games burned using Clone CD will still be copyable (ie, creating an image from the CD) but games that were burnt with Nero (bin/cue) would not be copyable.

Is that true?

Please help me.

By the way, I got my bin/cue from my original PSX CD, which is now blurred.
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RE: Creating a PSX Image. - 10/4/2002 12:49:41 PM   
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I have to ask you one thing first. Is your Play Station Chipped? If not it will not play copied games....


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RE: Creating a PSX Image. - 10/4/2002 12:53:50 PM   
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Hi there, My PlayStation is chipped. The fact is that when I tried to copy disc burned with bin/cue, I get lots of errors. But when I burned them using CloneCD (converts the bin/cue to CCD), no errors at all. Why?

By the way, both copies are playable on my PlayStation.


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RE: Creating a PSX Image. - 10/4/2002 12:54:59 PM   
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Forgot to add, for bin/cue, I burned them using DAO/96 for Nero.

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RE: Creating a PSX Image. - 10/4/2002 1:16:37 PM   
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Not sure on that, I always use CloneCD to do my backups, and they all seem to work ok. Never did any PSX games with NERO... Anyone else?


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RE: Creating a PSX Image. - 10/4/2002 1:22:44 PM   
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Did you evern burned any bin/cue before? How did you manage to burn them using CloneCD?

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RE: Creating a PSX Image. - 10/4/2002 1:38:10 PM   
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I do not use CloneCD to do Bin/Cue files. I use a program called Alcohol 120% that does a very nice job of it. As a matter of fact it will do PSX games as well. You just select the profile you want and burn. If you already have the bin/cue files just select "Burn Image" and select the cue file and burn.....


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RE: Creating a PSX Image. - 10/4/2002 2:10:45 PM   
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For a moment, I thought you were joking ...

But anyway, when you burn your games using Clone CD (version 4), what's your settings like ?

Did you close the last session?
Did you repair Subchannel?

Thanks!

btw, is there a list of protected PSX Games. There used to be one but it seems to be down ...

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RE: Creating a PSX Image. - 10/4/2002 4:36:22 PM   
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Well if you use the latest CloneCD, they have profiles. All you need to do is select "PSX" and the settings are there for you.


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RE: Creating a PSX Image. - 10/4/2002 5:08:20 PM   
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I have only 4 profiles, audio cd, data cd, game cd and the other one, i forgot. Do I have to create a profile?

btw, sometimes when I burned using clone cd, the disc won't even boot up at all. The spinning comes to a halt and don't spin again. Wonder if that's because of my old lens or it it because I did not burned it properly?

Did you repair subchannel data?

Thanks!

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RE: Creating a PSX Image. - 10/5/2002 12:43:37 AM   
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In the read section check "Read Subchannel Data" "Read Subchannel Audio" and in the write section check "Write Subchannel Data Uncorrected".... I think that these are the settings you want.


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RE: Creating a PSX Image. - 10/5/2002 3:14:08 AM   
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quote:
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Did you evern burned any bin/cue before? How did you manage to burn them using CloneCD?

Though CloneCD uses its propietory format (.ccd), you can mount the .ISO in D-Tools and burn from there using CCD


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RE: Creating a PSX Image. - 10/5/2002 3:15:31 AM   
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Hi Tron, Thank you very much for the response. This was my settings and it's a on and off thing for me. Sometimes, the game works while at times it doesn't. Wonder if it's my lens problem?


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RE: Creating a PSX Image. - 10/5/2002 3:15:59 AM   
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quote:
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In the read section check "Read Subchannel Data" "Read Subchannel Audio"
Audio subs are not required for LibCrypt.


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RE: Creating a PSX Image. - 10/5/2002 5:56:26 AM   
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But setting them to read will not hurt. I use these settings and they seem to work fine. So I say if it works leave it alone. Let us stick to what will work. df78 you are welcome, I would also try a program called Alcohol 120% it too has a profile to copy PSX games. Just select the Copy Wizard, and select the PSX profile.


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RE: Creating a PSX Image. - 10/5/2002 6:07:36 AM   
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Almost forgot one thing, and was surprised that I was not corrected here. If it works sometimes and not others you might try to slow the read and write down a bit to see if this helps. Also might try a diff brand CD.


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