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Step by Step DC ISO burning !!

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How do you convert real dc games in isos? Or can you just copy the regular game like you would a music cd?

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well you can use a Coders cable to link your DC to your PC, download special drivers that lets you use the DC as a Drive, and rip them that way, but its so complicated its not even worth it

just dont copy originals, download them and burn :(

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Does it matter what version of the web browser i use to reset my internal memory? Does i burn the web browser like a regualr iso(*.nrg or whatever)? and do i need utopia or something to play import bootlegs or just a gameshark?

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doesnt matter what version of the browser you use, or so ive heard, ive only tested 2.0 and 2.6

The format your image is in doesnt matter, once you burn a game its in standard Dreamcast format (well...except for not being on a GD-ROM) thats just the format it was ripped in

If the game isnt self boot you should use DC_HAKKAR if that boot disc doesnt work try Utopia Boot Disc (I use version 1.3) try to avoid getting non self boot games as they are a pain in the ass :D

To boot Imports you have to use DC-IE, its on this forum somewhere and gameshark/action replay works SOMETIMES too but DC-IE works much better, sometimes there are cracks availible for games so imports will work on any dreamcast, try www.dccopyworld.com

i know you can mix these discs around and try and boot imports with Utopia boot disc and stuff but i have the best luck doing it this way

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Edit - This is so annoying x_x I've burnt things correctly here but nothing wants to work :P I'm trying to burn Guilty Gear X and it's just not having it, I've burnt it through the discjuggler process and tried it out but it just stays on the dreamcast screen, I also tried burning a bootdisk but that never worked at all.

Edited by snake, 03 January 2004 - 02:01 PM.


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Yeah boot disk dont work for me either, what you want to do is try to get auto boot iso or self boot iso(samething) i got GGX off of shreaza and it worked great, make sure you DC was made before november 2000(check on the bottom) well umm..hmm...

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I have Nero 5.5.10.54. I tried burning dreamcast games using Nero 6 but it failed,either being burned wrong or i dont know.Could anyone help me out with this new Nero 5.5.10.54 software on burning DreamCast Games.

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burn open it and under file click "burn image" choose the file, then under the setting tabs check the setting and put the speed to the slowest as possible to avoid errors and select "track-at-once" on the 3rd tab setting, then click burn. then check it out one you're dc, for other ututilites and info check here http://www.dcemulation.com/

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ok this happend with a DC i had

You need to clean the laser lense, use one of those CD cleaners (the audio CD things with bristles in them) like 50 times then use Q-Tips (those ear cleaning things lol) I had a Dreamcast (Like Dreamcast number 8 i think) and it was SOOOO Dirty (it was from EB games, what do you expect? Go to Gamestop damn you) I had to do this as well as use my cleaning guide

Also you may have to realign your GD-ROM drive (not as a pain in the ass as it sounds, its really easy)

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Are you sure on these settings?
Could you do it step by step.I've lost so much CDR's and most of them i burn i put in the dreamcast and it goes straight to the Audio Screen.

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Are you sure on these settings?
Could you talk me thru it step by step.I've lost so much CDR's and most of them i burn i put in the dreamcast and it goes straight to the Audio Screen.PLEASE




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