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Pioneer 115D

Discussion in 'Xbox 360 - Modding & Hacking' started by acejhtwo, Feb 6, 2008.

  1. acejhtwo

    acejhtwo Member

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    Hey

    I'm looking to purchase a DL burner for 360 games.
    Has anybody used the Pioneer 115D?
    If so would you recommend it? if not which would you recommend?
    Heres the link to the burner at newegg

    thanks
     
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    fudpucker Regular member

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    any dl-dvd drive will work great for backing up 360 games.
     
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    Thanks for the info.
     
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    I purchased the external Pioneer 115D but although it states that it auto-selects DVD-ROM as the book type for backups on DVD +R DL, all of mine backed up discs show DVD+R DL and not DVD-ROM as the book type and therefore do not work in the 360.

    I have tried wxripper, imgburn, dvd decryptor, clone cd, etc.

    I can create the image perfectly but just cannot get the disc to show as DVD-ROM.

    I have looked around and at present there is no firmware to allow for bitsetting to be changed on the 115D. I downloaded MediaCodeSpeedEdit and patched the firmware file to allow bitsetting but again, it will not change.

    Not sure what I am doing wrong but I had the choice to get a Pioneer 111D instead but opted for the 115D as I was told it would be fine.

    I have a spent a small fortune so far, Blaster 360NE, Pioneer 115D, Samsung SH-D162D Kreon, Verbatim DVD+R DL and everything is fine apart from the DVD-ROM issue which has to be down to the 115D.

    Any thoughts?
     
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    fudpucker Regular member

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    1 thought, dont worry about it.
    just burn the backup and forget it.
     
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    i have the internal pioneer 115d drive and works like a charm. Very fast and not had 1 prob with burning yet hope this helps.
     
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    It might be the fact that it's an external.
     

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