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Reading speed at Alcohol 120%?

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by Derty_D, Jan 9, 2005.

  1. Derty_D

    Derty_D Member

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    After I select "Image Making Wizard" at Alcohol 120%. What reading speed shuld I select? Maximum?

    Thank you
     
  2. iriedawta

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    4x and lower. burning at maximum and the dvd won't read in the ps2. people on this post always suggest burning at 4x or lower.
     
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    I dont mean burning speed, but reading speed. When I select Image Making Wizard. It sais:

    Maximum
    40X
    36X
    32X
    ect.
     
  4. iriedawta

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    sorry about that...read at 16 x or lower. that usually works for me
     
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    Ok, so if I read at 40X it might go wrong?

    Thanks
     
  6. iriedawta

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    file might not read right. and it might burn with errors on it.
     
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    if your burner can.. read and write at 1X or 2X at the least 2X... its the best for embedding the data onto the DVD/CD. PS2s are picky on how its read.
     
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    I couldnt go lower than 16X read and 4X write...

    Is that a good thing or a bad thing?
     
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    make sure the DVD is supported at that speed and make sure the DVD Burner can support that speed.
     

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