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Hello, I'm new here and new to burning Sega CD ISOs as well. But I was able to burn a couple of games successfully with no problems. However, on certain games that I attempt to burn I have been getting an error that says this:

 

Unsupported file format in C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\Desktop\sonic cd-sound\scd.cue, line 4

 

and then, this:

 

Unrecognised file format for recording!

Please insert a recognised image file for recording!

 

 

Type: Cue-sheets Image file

Path: C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\Desktop\sonic cd-sound\

Name: scd.cue

Sonic CD.iso

02 - Music.mp3

03 - Music.mp3

04 - Music.mp3

05 - Music.mp3

06 - Music.mp3

07 - Music.mp3

08 - Music.mp3

09 - Music.mp3

10 - Music.mp3

11 - Music.mp3

12 - Music.mp3

13 - Music.mp3

14 - Music.mp3

15 - Music.mp3

16 - Music.mp3

17 - Music.mp3

18 - Music.mp3

19 - Music.mp3

20 - Music.mp3

21 - Music.mp3

22 - Music.mp3

23 - Music.mp3

24 - Music.mp3

25 - Music.mp3

26 - Music.mp3

27 - Music.mp3

28 - Music.mp3

29 - Music.mp3

30 - Music.mp3

31 - Music.mp3

32 - Music.mp3

33 - Music.mp3

34 - Music.mp3

35 - Music.mp3

Size: 156.02 MB

Session: 1

Track: 35

 

 

Session 01:

Track 01: Mode 1, Length: 059411(116.0 MB), Address: 000000

Track 02: Audio, Length: 000042(84 KB), Address: 059561

Track 03: Audio, Length: 000757(1.5 MB), Address: 059603

Track 04: Audio, Length: 000558(1.1 MB), Address: 060360

Track 05: Audio, Length: 000586(1.1 MB), Address: 060918

Track 06: Audio, Length: 000688(1.3 MB), Address: 061504

Track 07: Audio, Length: 000552(1.1 MB), Address: 062192

Track 08: Audio, Length: 000565(1.1 MB), Address: 062744

Track 09: Audio, Length: 000791(1.5 MB), Address: 063309

Track 10: Audio, Length: 000551(1.1 MB), Address: 064100

Track 11: Audio, Length: 000538(1.1 MB), Address: 064651

Track 12: Audio, Length: 000709(1.4 MB), Address: 065189

Track 13: Audio, Length: 000540(1.1 MB), Address: 065898

Track 14: Audio, Length: 000451(902 KB), Address: 066438

Track 15: Audio, Length: 000633(1.2 MB), Address: 066889

Track 16: Audio, Length: 000430(860 KB), Address: 067522

Track 17: Audio, Length: 000552(1.1 MB), Address: 067952

Track 18: Audio, Length: 000790(1.5 MB), Address: 068504

Track 19: Audio, Length: 000505(1010 KB), Address: 069294

Track 20: Audio, Length: 000464(928 KB), Address: 069799

Track 21: Audio, Length: 000586(1.1 MB), Address: 070263

Track 22: Audio, Length: 000456(912 KB), Address: 070849

Track 23: Audio, Length: 000505(1010 KB), Address: 071305

Track 24: Audio, Length: 000551(1.1 MB), Address: 071810

Track 25: Audio, Length: 000579(1.1 MB), Address: 072361

Track 26: Audio, Length: 000212(424 KB), Address: 072940

Track 27: Audio, Length: 000211(422 KB), Address: 073152

Track 28: Audio, Length: 000071(142 KB), Address: 073363

Track 29: Audio, Length: 000164(328 KB), Address: 073434

Track 30: Audio, Length: 000161(322 KB), Address: 073598

Track 31: Audio, Length: 000088(176 KB), Address: 073759

Track 32: Audio, Length: 000838(1.6 MB), Address: 073847

Track 33: Audio, Length: 000852(1.7 MB), Address: 074685

Track 34: Audio, Length: 000633(1.2 MB), Address: 075537

Track 35: Audio, Length: 001218(2.4 MB), Address: 076170

 

 

Any ideas? Suggestions?

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Hmm, I've solved it a bit. Attempting to burn the Cue using MP3's (via Sega Cue Maker) has been unsucessful. However, after converting them to.wav's I've had no problem with burning the games. However...Certain games have no problem with sound. Others have correct sound in certain areas but other sounds/music are compltely screwed up. I've checked them before converting from MP3 and then after having converted them to WAV.

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Ive been wanted to ask this for awhile but i was too lazy and now i actually need to know so i can burn em for a friend!

 

Im trying to burn Dungeon master 2: Skull Keep and Sonic CD for my friend. What should i do? is there a guide? Should i just use ISORipper or whatever to take all the files out of the ISO and then burn the music as CD audio and the data as data? or should i burn the ISO and somehow have it not close the disc and then burn the MP3s as audio CDs, or do i convert them to wav? im totally confused about this :P

 

BTW i dont need a mod chip or anything right? CD-Rs will work?

 

And some of the real games we have are scratched alot, If i just burn new copies of them using copy CD will that work ok?

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