Dot hack Outbreak HELP!
i got the echelon copy of dot hack out break... and OMG this thing keeps burning coasters! its the FULL DVD release and like.. christ... i extract it and i get what it says is a .iso but when i burn it and check what type of file system its on, it says a UDF/ISO9660
instead of a :mad: regular ISO9660!
i can extract the iso and get all the files and put them on a dvd and burn it in mode1 and maybe that would work but im kinda hoping for some feed back before i burn anotehr friggin coaster!!!!
thx in advance
orrr no one can help
:'( this is so maddening i really cant get it to work and no one out there can help me out? if anyone has successfully burned .hack outbreak pLeasE reply and tell me if you had any probs
what program are you using? i use recordnow max w/ 1x recording verifying every round
tell us any more
i used both nero and recordnow but like i dont think the program is the problem its hard to explain but the file system of a dvdr for ps2 is supposed to be a CDFS you pop and ps2 dvd into your dvd rom and you rgoing to get a CDFS
this image i am making is a UDF, Universal Disc Format for a DVDrom and i am just burning coasters with it
It does just sound like a general **** up to me.
I would just try the file extraction if I were you, as long as you burn it back with the correct settings, it should be fine. Also, check the release lists and see if there has been a re-pack yet. That disc shouldn't be in UDF, and a patch wouldn't fix it, they would have to completely re-do the ISO.
so just extract all the files and burn it as a mode 1 dvd?
ok ill try that
Your harddrive could be fragmented pretty badly.
ok a 3rd friggin coaster now im pissed this game can rot in hell
the only other alternative i can think of is that someone else burns it correctly and i get a .gi of it!
errr.....WTF???!!! CDFS is...uhh....CompactDiscFileSystem.....it should be in UDF for DVD. I don't know what you are doing wrong, but stop it.
Use RecordNow/Primo. Right-click your source drive and "Build global Image" at MINIMMUM read speed. Verify what speed your DVD-RW will safely burn to your DVD-R media (ie CDSPEED from the sticky up top), and then create your DVD-R from the global image--but (and this is important) let it Test the burn first (Test and Record, or Test, Record, and Verify) at this safe speed.
If this is the way you've been doing it, then you might want to try DVDDecrypter in ISO mode. ISO\Read it to create the image. Then ISO\Write and select the header file to burn from--not the .iso file--that gets listed in the selection window. Burning anything directly from the .iso file is prone to fail--you need the small information file that sets up the proper mode and pregap settings.
Other than that, it may be your boot method.
im not ripping a game im burning right from the echelon release and its messed up im not sure if that is what your talking about