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Old Jan 21, 2002, 12:09 PM
aad7122 aad7122 is offline
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Default Game not burning (cdrwin)

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So I've got Ecco the Dolphin in Bin and Cue format, used CDRWIN to burn game. Proceeds to go through entire burn but when it finishes there isn't anything on the disk (still blank).
Tried making it self-boot but apparently it's too big to fit on the disk.
Suggestions? What am I doing wrong?
Old Jan 21, 2002, 12:33 PM
arthur_p_huxake arthur_p_huxake is offline
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long shot i know but are u burning in test mode?...if so uncheck test mode on recording options... this would explain ur problem

Old Jan 21, 2002, 12:51 PM
bleepster bleepster is offline
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if your using a cracked version of cdr-win - it will do exactly what you are describing.

your first few burns will be o.k., but after a while, the proggy goes to pot on you! thus resulting in coasters

just a thought

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