As you may know (or may not know) when burning XGD3 titles with IMGBURN it throws up lots of errors (the backup still works just fine - the game partition is completely intact).
We have successfully tested Clone CD and even though the burns are 1:1 same as IMGBURN - it just doesn't throw up a ton of errors so it's easier on the eyes and less clicking of popups
<@c4eva> have verified clonecd version 184.108.40.206 burns xgd3 0800 isos correctly, same as imgburn
Software: CloneCD v220.127.116.11
Media: Verbatim 8x DVD+R DL
Hardware: Pioneer BDR-205
Image: [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
1. Select Write Image From File
2. Select the .dvd file of your XGD3 rip
3. As you can see the layer break is 2133520. Click Next.
4. You can set your Write Speed to whatever you like. As I use Verbatims I always set to Max. Never had a problem at 8x. Click OK.
5. Select "Write Until the End of the Media is reached" then click OK.
6. Success We now recommend that you Install the game to your hard drive. This prevents any authentication errors that some people experience when using certain burners / types of media.
CloneCD v18.104.22.168 works too
the one ive had on my system for ages
Here's a question....
Given what we essentialy have here are failed burning discs, how does for example Nero now handle doing a backup from a backup (ie an on the fly disc to disc copy), or IMGBurn in creating an ISO from an xgd3 backup disc ?
has anyone had any major problems with this, i seem to have to burn everything 5 times to get them to actually read in the xbox, usual sized backups are fine
im guessing its down to the media quality as ive only got Aone discs left.
I have had no issue using aone plus discs on clonecd at maximum burn speed but not using abxg. I have not used imgburn of late so cant comment on that.
GOW3 Locked up on me twice last night at loading screens but the disk copied to the HDD no problems
new imgburn burns properly now, not had any issues but worried microsoft do a check on the last 1% of the disk to see that its not a genuine copy.
it basically fits whatever it can then finalises the disk
so don't expect a successful burn verification (yet).. that is normal