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Question about saturn backups.

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ive got a sega saturn game in a bin/cue format.will a modded saturn manage to read this format or will it have to be converted into an iso?

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ive got a sega saturn game in a bin/cue format.will a modded saturn manage to read this format or will it have to be converted into an iso?

thanks.


It's not the format that's important, it's how you burn it that matters. IIRC I burnt all my Saturn games using Alcohol 120%, Disc-at-once, 8-16x speed. You may also need to patch the image to your region, with something like Saturn Region Patcher.

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thanks gav i will give it a try,can you burn dc games useing this same method?

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thanks gav i will give it a try,can you burn dc games useing this same method?


Go here for DC burning apps/methods. It's been at least a year since I last burnt one.




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