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Over 700mb PSX game...questions about burning

Discussion in 'PS2 - CD backup discussion' started by alvy07, Aug 20, 2007.

  1. alvy07

    alvy07 Member

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    Basically this game called Rising Zan is 712 mb....i had the mds and mdf file...but the mds file is apparently unreadable by alcohol 120. That's not the issue, i can mount the MDF file and it works but the only part im stuck at is just before burning it says this

    " Because an unsupported image file format is being used, you should manually set the track format, block size and other informaion. You MUST do this to record the image file."

    Then give me 3 options:

    Track format: Data track mode 1, Data track mode 2 form 1 (which is the default when this box comes up), Audio track (which is obviously not the one). So which mode do i use?

    Block Size: 2352 (default), 2048, 2336

    Then has two boxes which u can check if needed, they are as follow:

    Data was scrambled already
    Data contains EDC/ECC info sections

    Both boxes are not ticked.
     
  2. qasim1991

    qasim1991 Regular member

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    ive had a similar problem to this before, and all i did was ignore the lot and just pressed OK. if you have CDs to spare then just try it out without tweaking if you (like me) don't know what the hell the track format and stuff means. i presumed that alcohol would already give the most compatible settings as a default and they can be changed by more advanced users if needed for some reason


    hope this helps.
     

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