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Old 12-30-00, 10:55 PM
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I've tried using Discjuggler 2 and 3, and am having the same problem with them both. It begins the write, then after about 15-20 seconds my machine freezes. I've tried it about 5 times now. I've got a Creative 4224 writer. Any ideas?
Old 12-30-00, 11:21 PM
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Damnit cartman, stop burning those dreamcast games ....

As for discjuggler, it is the snob of all burners ... it only works if it think you hardware is good enough for it Go to www.dccopyworld.com and look for the jinxter driver ... it tricks DJ into working with unsupported burners. If that doesn't work for you, well, you are pretty much screwed. Download one of the apps that can convert dj files into iso or nero.
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quote:<HR>Originally posted by BigPete:
Damnit cartman, stop burning those dreamcast games ....

As for discjuggler, it is the snob of all burners ... it only works if it think you hardware is good enough for it Go to www.dccopyworld.com and look for the jinxter driver ... it tricks DJ into working with unsupported burners. If that doesn't work for you, well, you are pretty much screwed. Download one of the apps that can convert dj files into iso or nero.
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It's not for Dreamcast games!!....... Is the converter to Nero on that site? (I may answer my own question as I'm looking now)
Old 12-30-00, 11:34 PM
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Well, i suppose I should ask what you are burning ... standard *.cdi images?

If so, go to http://cdirip.cjb.net You will find software to convert to nero or iso. But it won't do much good if you are trying to master discs or burn a different format.
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WOO HOO! the cdi to nero worked perfectly. Thanks!

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