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#1 Silpheed2K


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Posted 12 September 2006 - 05:56 PM

Okay I burned games onto Sony DVD-Rs and the discs are verified after burning so no errors.
When I stick them in my xbox they read.. but conker loads extra slow and such. The Splinter Cell Chaos Theory intro skips a little.
When I play Conker the music int he background isnt there.
Tomb Raider Legend loads a little slow.

all this happens but honestly I think that it's because the surface of the DVD-Rs are too dark.
I have a Philips drive that's pot modded in my xbox.
Is their anyway to get my xbox to read these discs better without having to burn them to another brand of DVD-R... the DVDs are perfect... all verified data.
I really wanna know... will i have to pot mod my laser again or something?
I'd really appreciate anybody who responds tot his i need all the responses I can get.
Thanks for taking the time to read this and i really appreciate all who help.

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Posted 12 September 2006 - 06:18 PM

Can you be sure that when you ripped the origional discs that they werent scratched? Becuause I have used dark discs before in my brothers xbox with a phillips drive which I pot modded for him, and they worked fine.
If you have hards drive space, try ripping the origionals to the hard drive and see if they play correctly.

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Posted 13 September 2006 - 05:29 PM

Yes I'm sure the discs werent scratched... have you used Sony DVD-R's before and got them to work?
just curious I'm wondering if I'll have to tweak my laser again and such...
thanks a lot for telling me and I really hope something can help.

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