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Old 08-19-2004, 05:41 AM   #1
Indalecio
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Default Backing Up My Game(PS1)

I am trying to backup my copy of Tactics Ogre:LUCT to my HD as IMG using CloneCD. The Image that I get won't play in ePSXe, producing only a black screen. Using the game CD itself will work, sort've. Its worked in the past, but now when I hit "continue" from the start menu, either the "loading" screen comes up and sits there forever, or the screen goes black and only the start menu music plays.

Anway, at one point, the CloneCD error log was giving me lots of read error messages, so I cleaned the CD and I cleaned the drive. I don't get those errors anymore, but I still get errors. Namely,..

I 12:05:29 AM Reading Track 1... (Blocks 0-12182)
W 12:05:29 AM Device AOpen 12xDVD-ROM/AMH doesn't support reading of 96 bytes subchannel data (CD+G)!
W 12:05:29 AM AOpen 12xDVD-ROM/AMH is not compatible with CloneCD Read Mode "Read Subchannel Data from Data Tracks and Extra Audio Info"!
I 12:06:09 AM Reading Track 2... (Blocks 12182-18510)
W 12:06:09 AM Device AOpen 12xDVD-ROM/AMH doesn't support reading of 96 bytes subchannel data (CD+G)!
I 12:06:30 AM Reading Track 3... (Blocks 18510-34267)
I 12:07:23 AM Duration of operation: 00:01:53
I 12:07:23 AM Average Speed: 711 kBytes/s (4.04)
I 12:07:23 AM Reading finished!

It says my CD drive can't read the 96 bits of sub-channel data. I would guess I would need a different CD drive. Is there a way around this? Is there something else at fault? If not, can anyone suggest a good model of CD drive that can read sub-channel data?

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