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PS2 image burning problem with Alcohol software

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by munky792, Feb 3, 2005.

  1. munky792

    munky792 Member

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    this is my second dvd i go through and i still get the same error, here's a screenshot:

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v46/homes/SCREENERROR.jpg

    is it a problem with the source file or the software itself? any other progs i could try?

    here's the log file:

    ########################### System Information ###########################
    Windows XP Professional 5.1 (Build 2600)
    Processor info: Pentium III (0.18 um) With 256 KB On-Die L2 Cache (997MHz)
    Memory Available to Windows: 261,616 KB

    ############################ Program Information ###########################
    File Name: D:\Progs\Alcohol 120% v1.9.2.1705 (Retail, Multilanguage)\Alcohol 120\Alcohol.exe
    Company Name: Alcohol Soft Development Team
    Description: Alcohol 120%
    Original: alcohol.exe
    Product: Alcohol 120%
    Trademarks: Alcohol Soft Development Team
    Copyright: Copyright(C) 2002-2004 Alcohol Soft Development Team
    Version: 1.9.2 ( Build 1705 )
    Date: 2004/05/06
    Size: 1378304 Bytes
    Hash: 7e9552025078b455c4c3d666f57dd414
    Hash(1): d1a7659659473ef648eb5a05e23b291c5580f355673fdab02d81ff332d01c5
    Hash(2): 5e3cbc5c0e68bc7c14704ffb3f53bad933f799e64ef3f900475aa845b2cb00
    File Name: D:\Progs\Alcohol 120% v1.9.2.1705 (Retail, Multilanguage)\Alcohol 120\alcoholx.dll
    Description: Alcohol virtual device control library
    Original: alcoholx.dll
    Copyright: Copyright (C) 2000-2004
    Version: 3.47.0 ( Build 0 )
    Date: 2004/04/30
    Size: 74240 Bytes
    Hash: c11b59c21722ca30141696c21b72578d
    File Name: D:\Progs\Alcohol 120% v1.9.2.1705 (Retail, Multilanguage)\Alcohol 120\devsupp.dll
    Company Name: Alcohol Soft Development Team
    Description: Alcohol Software Device Capability Library
    Original: devsupp.dll
    Product: Alcohol Software Device Capability Library
    Copyright: Copyright(C) 2002-2003 Alcohol Soft Development Team
    Version: 2.3.7 ( Build 505 )
    Date: 2004/05/05
    Size: 38400 Bytes
    Hash: 0e6f733d3f570f3b0328261d11a2794e

    ########################### User Information ###########################
    User Name:
    Company Name:
    Registered User ID:

    ########################### Options Setting ###########################
    Devices control interface: Default Driver Control Interface
    CPU Priority Level: High
    Memory Buffer Size (MB): 102
    Examine the accuracy of data read from physical device: Yes
    Turn off "Auto-Select best write speed" function if possible: No
    Overburn disc(s): No
    Fill memory buffer before recording discs: Yes
    Ignore Media Type: Yes
    RMPS (Recordable Media Physical Signature) Emulation: No
    BAD Sectors Emulation: No
    Sub-Channel Data Fixed & Emulation: No
    Laserlock Emulation: No
    Current Language: English

    ############################ Device(s) List ############################
    (E:) HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GMA-4020B (atapi, Port 0, Bus 0, Target 1, Lun 0)
    (F:) ASUS CD-S500/A (atapi, Port 1, Bus 0, Target 1, Lun 0)
    (G:) AXV CD/DVD-ROM (a347scsi, Port 2, Bus 0, Target 0, Lun 0)

    ##################### Installed Device Drivers List #####################
    a347bus.sys a347scsi.sys ac97intc.sys ACPI.sys afd.sys
    agp440.sys audstub.sys Beep.SYS BOOTVID.dll BsStor.sys
    BsUDF.SYS Cdfs.SYS cdrbsvsd.SYS cdrom.sys CLASSPNP.SYS
    disk.sys dmio.sys dmload.sys drmk.sys dump_atapi.sys
    dump_WMILIB.SYS dxg.sys dxgthk.sys es56tpi.sys Fastfat.sys
    fdc.sys Fips.SYS flpydisk.sys Fs_Rec.SYS ftdisk.sys
    gameenum.sys hal.dll i8042prt.sys Imapi.SYS intelide.sys
    ipsec.sys isapnp.sys kbdclass.sys KDCOM.DLL kmixer.sys
    ks.sys KSecDD.sys mnmdd.SYS Modem.SYS mouclass.sys
    MountMgr.sys mrxdav.sys mrxsmb.sys Msfs.SYS msgpc.sys
    msmpu401.sys Mup.sys NAVENG.Sys NavEx15.Sys NDIS.sys
    ndistapi.sys ndisuio.sys ndiswan.sys NDProxy.SYS netbios.sys
    netbt.sys NPDRIVER.SYS Npfs.SYS ntdll.dll Ntfs.SYS
    ntoskrnl.exe Null.SYS nv4.dll nv4.sys p3.sys
    parport.sys PartMgr.sys ParVdm.SYS pci.sys PCIIDEX.SYS
    portcls.sys psched.sys ptilink.sys rasacd.sys rasl2tp.sys
    raspppoe.sys raspptp.sys raspti.sys rdbss.sys RDPCDD.sys
    rdpdr.sys redbook.sys RTL8139.SYS SAVRT.SYS SAVRTPEL.SYS
    SCSIPORT.SYS serenum.sys serial.sys sr.sys srv.sys
    swenum.sys SYMEVENT.SYS SYMREDRV.SYS SYMTDI.SYS sysaudio.sys
    tcpip.sys TDI.SYS termdd.sys Udfs.SYS update.sys
    USBD.SYS usbhub.sys USBPORT.SYS usbuhci.sys vga.sys
    VIDEOPRT.SYS VolSnap.sys wanarp.sys watchdog.sys wdmaud.sys
    win32k.sys WMILIB.SYS

    ################## Detailed Information of Device(s) ##################

    ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
    (E:) HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GMA-4020B(0:1) detail information.
    ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
    Vendor Identification: HL-DT-ST
    Product Identification: DVDRAM GMA-4020B
    Production Revision Level: A108
    Location: atapi, Port 0, Bus 0, Target 1, Lun 0
    Support recording method: DAO, RAW DAO(96), TAO, DVD DAO
    BURN-Free Technology: BURN-Proof
    Auto-Select best write speed: Not Supported
    -* Note: This information below is provided by the unit, it might be inaccurate. *-
    -* This software does not use this information! *-
    Removable media: Yes
    Version: ATAPI (INF-8090i/INF-8020i/INF-8028i)
    Response Data Format: 02h
    CD-R Read/Write: Yes/Yes
    CD-RW Read/Write: Yes/Yes
    Read CD-R Fixed Packet: Yes
    Test Write: Yes
    DVD-ROM Read: Yes
    DVD-R Read/Write: Yes/Yes
    DVD-RAM Read/Write: Yes/Yes
    Audio Play: Yes
    Composite Audio and Video Data Stream: No
    Digital output (IEC958) on port 1 Supported: No
    Digital output (IEC958) on port 2 Supported: No
    Mode 1 Form 2: Yes
    Mode 2 Form 2: Yes
    Multi-Session: Yes
    BUF: Yes
    CD-DA Commands supported: Yes
    CD-DA Stream is Accurate: Yes
    R-W Supported: No
    R-W De-interleaved and Corrected: No
    C2 Pointers Support: Yes
    ISRC Supported: Yes
    UPC Supported: Yes
    Read Bar Code: No
    Lock media into the drive: Yes
    Currently drive Lock state: Unlocked
    Prevent Jumper: No
    Eject Command: Yes
    Separate volume levels: Yes
    Separate channel mute: Yes
    Changer Supports Disc Present: No
    Software slot selection: No
    Side change capable: No
    P through W in Lead-In: Yes
    Maximum Read Speed Supported (with current disc): 32X (4800 KB/Sec)
    Maximum Write Speed Supported (with current Disc): 12X (1800 KB/Sec)
    Current Read Speed Supported (with current Disc): 13X (1950 KB/Sec)
    Current Write Speed Supported (with current Disc): 12X (1800 KB/Sec)

    ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
    (F:) ASUS CD-S500/A(1:1) detail information.
    ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
    Vendor Identification: ASUS
    Product Identification: CD-S500/A
    Production Revision Level: 1.4K
    Location: atapi, Port 1, Bus 0, Target 1, Lun 0
    -* Note: This information below is provided by the unit, it might be inaccurate. *-
    -* This software does not use this information! *-
    Removable media: Yes
    Version: ATAPI (INF-8090i/INF-8020i/INF-8028i)
    Response Data Format: 01h
    CD-R Read/Write: Yes/No
    CD-RW Read/Write: Yes/No
    Read CD-R Fixed Packet: Yes
    Test Write: No
    DVD-ROM Read: No
    DVD-R Read/Write: No/No
    DVD-RAM Read/Write: No/No
    Audio Play: Yes
    Composite Audio and Video Data Stream: No
    Digital output (IEC958) on port 1 Supported: No
    Digital output (IEC958) on port 2 Supported: No
    Mode 1 Form 2: Yes
    Mode 2 Form 2: Yes
    Multi-Session: Yes
    BUF: No
    CD-DA Commands supported: Yes
    CD-DA Stream is Accurate: Yes
    R-W Supported: Yes
    R-W De-interleaved and Corrected: No
    C2 Pointers Support: Yes
    ISRC Supported: Yes
    UPC Supported: Yes
    Read Bar Code: No
    Lock media into the drive: Yes
    Currently drive Lock state: Unlocked
    Prevent Jumper: No
    Eject Command: Yes
    Separate volume levels: Yes
    Separate channel mute: Yes
    Changer Supports Disc Present: No
    Software slot selection: No
    Side change capable: No
    P through W in Lead-In: Yes
    Maximum Read Speed Supported (with current disc): 50X (7500 KB/Sec)
    Current Read Speed Supported (with current Disc): 50X (7500 KB/Sec)

    #######################################################################

    ###################### Source Disc/Image Information ######################
    Type: Media Descriptor Image file
    Path: D:\PS-2 Games\DC1\
    Name: dc1.mds
    dc1.mdf
    Size: 1810.97 MB
    Session: 1
    Track: 1


    Session 01:
    Track 01: DVD, Length: 927216(1.77 GB), Address: 000000
    #############################################################################

    ####################### Dumping/Recording Progress Log #######################
    22:41:07 Processor info: Pentium III (0.18 um) With 256 KB On-Die L2 Cache (997MHz)
    22:41:07 Memory Available to Windows: 261,616 KB
    22:41:07 Not enough Memory! Adjust memory buffer size to 67 MB.
    22:41:07 Image file loading: D:\PS-2 Games\DC1\dc1.mds
    22:41:07 DVD Source Info: Session: 1, Track: 1, Length: 1.77 GB / 206:02:66
    22:41:10 (E:) HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GMA-4020B(0:1): Recording Method/Speed
    22:41:10 Recording - DVD DAO - 2.0X (2760 KB/Sec)
    22:47:30 (E:) HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GMA-4020B(0:1) - [Write ERROR] LBA: 285712, Length: 16
    S:KEY - 04/02/80 - "Undocumented Error Message!"
    22:47:37 (E:) HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GMA-4020B(0:1): Recording failed!
    22:47:37 Error message: [04/02/80] - Undocumented Error Message!
    22:47:37 (E:) HL-DT-ST DVDRAM GMA-4020B(0:1): Recording failed!
    22:47:37 Image file loading aborted!
    22:47:51 Something is wrong with the recording procedure!
    Please check the log file and report any errors to Technical Support.
    ##############################################################################



     
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  2. hursty

    hursty Active member

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    it says you dont have enough memory
    try using dvd decrypter
    what media are you using

    you should delete your id from the log
     
  3. munky792

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    thank you, how can i adjust the buffer size to 67mb though?

     
  4. munky792

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    thank you, how can i adjust the buffer size to 67mb though?
     
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    i just checked my Alcohol settings and the memory buffer size was set to 105 MB?
     
  6. Jizmak

    Jizmak Regular member

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    I would try DVD decrypter.
    Also i would increse your system pagefile (memory)
    Right click on the taskbar and click Task Manager. In the Task Manager, click on the Performance tab. Look at the entries in the Commit Charge frame. The Peak entry gives you an indication of the maximum amount of memory used by your computer since the last time it was started. The optimum amount of RAM is equal to this value (assuming the computer has been running for a few days and you've run your typical programs during that time). See the Limit entry. This is the total of your RAM and pagefile. The limit should be at least twice the Peak value. If you can't buy more RAM, you can increase your pagefile size to increase the Limit value
     
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    1. how do i burn a ps2 image using DVD decrypter?
    2. i have 256 RAM and currently cannot buy more, so how do i increase the pagefile size?

    thanks.
     
  8. hursty

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    click on MODE>ISO>WRITE.
    select the mds file
    if you have a low spec computer,make sure you disable any other programs that may be running in the background.anydvd,internet security etc.
    TURN OFF THE INTERNET!
    with kind regards hursty
     
  9. munky792

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    ok thanks alot, your help is much appreciated.

    one more small question, if i lower the writing speed a little would that help?
     
  10. LiquidusX

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    yeah use dvddecryptor alcohol gives me coasters. it did the same games greatly that alcohol gave me coasters
     
  11. r0c0

    r0c0 Guest

    lmao alcohol gives the best results as it specialy designed to backup games....If u have a registerd copy send the log to custumor service or go ask on ther big forum.

    btw. I see waaaaaaay more problems with dvddecrypter then alcohol , probarly b/c u get where u pay for...
     
  12. hursty

    hursty Active member

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    yes burn at the lowest speed possible
    as for having problems with dvd decrypter,i cant say i have had any.
    its all a matter of choice i supppose
     
  13. mngroad

    mngroad Guest

    im hoping that u could help me after reading all the foruns it says to use dvd decrypter which i have i copied the game useing decrypter put me swap magic disk in waited for it to boot up swapped the disks over and it dosent work i have tryd bout 15 times but still dont work have u any idea im using a aopendvd writer hope u can help many thanks also does it matter if the games are hired out
     
  14. hype888

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    hi
    how would u create a dvd image using nero 6 express?
     

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