registry = ipsRegistry::instance(); $this->settings =& $this->registry->fetchSettings(); } public function getOutput() { return; } public function replaceOutput($output, $key) { require_once( IPSLib::getAppDir('ibprobattle') . '/sources/battleHooks.php' ); $this->battleHook = new battleHooks( $this->registry ); return $this->battleHook->statsTopicView($output, $key); } } ?>registry = ipsRegistry::instance(); $this->settings =& $this->registry->fetchSettings(); } public function getOutput() { require_once( IPSLib::getAppDir('ibprobattle') . '/sources/battleHooks.php' ); $this->battleHook = new battleHooks( $this->registry ); return $this->battleHook->statsTopicViewJS(); } } ?> When is it safe to burn a game over 4X - DreamCast & Saturn Emulators [/pc/dc+saturn] -

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When is it safe to burn a game over 4X

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What do i need to know about my hardware to see if i can burn over 4X



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Well, the best way is to just try it and hope for the best, but if you notice that the burning software's buffer is under run you may encounter problems, I normally burn at top speed but my burnerís got a large memory buffer.

You may find it will work fine for you, I would only burn at slow speeds for audio CDís but then again that also depends on the buffer.



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i have a very large memory buffer so i burn at 52X without problems it really depends on your CD burner/amount of RAM/software your using though

usually, if you have a real old burner with no buffer underrrun or anything, the smaller the file the safer it is to burn at a higher speed

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