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Inquiry about ripping PS1 CDs
#1
Did you guys copy your PS1 discs to ISO files without problems at all? I'm just asking because back when i did that for my old games, i couldn't.
Every program i tried that saw the discs either froze or just didn't recognize it. Until i put them in an older DVD reader that worked with an IDE cable instead of SATA.

What are your thoughts on this? Mellow
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#2
the dvd drive being IDE or SATA shouldn't matter but try using clone cd or imageburn to rip your games
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#3
most DVD and CD readers aren't good at reading subchannel, while DVDRW's tend to be fine.
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#4
riku44 went completely off topic for that matter. Tongue

Squall: there's the catch though. My DVDRW compartment failed, so did my brother's. I had to resort to my mom's old desktop that still had a CDRW on it that worked with an IDE cable. Perhaps old CDs can only be properly read by old devices?
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#5
what brand was the CDRW?
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#6
(04-17-2012, 10:15 AM)Squall Leonhart Wrote: what brand was the CDRW?

Hm. Can't tell without opening the case, there's not a single marking on the front. Can't see anything through the side window either. I'll have to check hardware through windows.
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#7
Aw crap. I forgot we threw that thing away in someone else's computer >.<
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#8
riku44 went completely off topic for that matter. Tongue

my bad
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#9
just ripped my copy of Soul Reaver with my TSSTcorp CDDVDW TS-L633F ATA disk drive (which is a newer drive)+^_^+ using IMGBURN+^_^+ i don't have epsxe to try it on though+^_^+
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