QUOTE(zenstrom @ May 4 2006, 03:00 AM)
It has to do with PCSXbox not being able to read discs in ISO9660 format, which is what most burning software is set to burn by default. I think if you burn in UDF mode you'll be ok, but here's how I solve the problem:
1.) Make a new folder.
2.) Take all of my ISOs and put them in that folder.
3.) Download Qwix, and there's a big button to the left to create an XBOX-compatible ISO.
4.) Click on that and go to the option that lets you create an ISO from a folder, pick the one you made earlier.
5.) Once it's finished, you have a nice .ISO file that you can burn in Nero as an image (NOT as a data DVD)
The one problem with this method is that, since they're in an XBOX format you can just put them in your PC drive and pull the ISOs off if you need to for some reason. Of course you can rip the ISOs off the disc using FTP or something similar.
Xport is updating PCSXbox so maybe you should request ISO9660 support be added.
I've now been through 5 DVD's with no luck. I've read every FAQ and "Read this first" I can find on PSCXbox and I still can't get the thing to read the contents of the DVDs.
I'm using Nero 7 as my burning util. I've tried:
1. DVD ISO9660+Joliet w/the .img/.bin files in the root
2. DVD UDF w/XBox Compatibility - files in root
3. DVD ISO9660 v1 (no Joliet or extras) - files in root
4. DVD ISO/UDF w/XBox Compatibility - files in root
5. Method described above
Neither the S or R drives will acknowledge the presence of a DVD. I just downloaded PSCXbox 1.9 (though the app shows as 1.5 in EvoX) from XBins and it works fine with images that have been FTP'd to the HD. I'm running EvoX 3935.
Does anyone have any other suggestions?