May 30 2007, 01:35 AM
I have made 2 coasters so far so Im trying to figure out what Im doing wrong. The first time I burned the image using Nero, and it didnt work, so I tried using CloneCD to burn it, but it didnt work. So Im guessing the booktype isnt set to DVD-ROM?? Using Nero, CloneCD or XBC, how do I change the booktype so that it works correctly? If it doesnt work this time, Im gonna assume that Im using the wrong media and if thats not the case Im gonna assume that I have to burn specifically for the X360 drive. I have a Pioneer 111 burner. Thanks for any help.
May 30 2007, 01:50 AM
Imgburn and DVDInfo pro i seen you can do it with...i havent seen an option in clonecd or nero to do that....you drive has to support it...dont know if yours does...ive had 5 different drives and none of them would let me change it..using Plextor PX-740A atm and it wont allow me to change it
May 30 2007, 02:38 AM
IIRC, bitsetting doesn't matter with the latest firmware, but if you really need to, try imgburn to make your backups, I've used it with my Q58A (Sony/Lite-On) laptop burner and with my old samsung H552U drive, which although it says everywhere it doesn't support bitsetting, imgburn says it succeded in changing the booktype, you go figure.
May 30 2007, 06:03 AM
Well I was about to use ImgBurn and when I went to change the booktype, the only available option (meaning the only option that I could change without getting a "unknown" thingy) was for Ricoh DVD+RW, not DVD+R DL, so I didnt use it.
Well since Nero and CloneCD wont change it, what apps will?? I have already searched for "clonecd" and "booktype" but I didnt find anything that helped.
May 30 2007, 07:18 AM
Uh folks, he has a Pioneer 111 which sets the booktype to DVD-ROM for you. No need to screw around with the settings. What media are you using?
May 30 2007, 02:35 PM
It says Windata on the disc, but I think its manufactured by Ricoh.
May 30 2007, 06:38 PM
There are a few media types that i have had work with 360 backups, I will name a few:
I'm sure there are a few more that i haven't used or mentioned, but for me the best have been Verbatim...as for Ricoh (the ones your using), I wouldn't know, but your Pioneer burner, is meant to be one of the best burners for 360 backups, but a thing to check, would be to make sure you are using the latest firmware for that Pioneer drive.
May 30 2007, 08:36 PM
There is a reason why so many of us recommend DL Verbatim.
@the original post, do the windata discs say which country they were made in?
May 31 2007, 01:47 AM
I have had the burner for a year and I havent upgraded the firmware, so I guess I should do that.
And no the discs dont say where they are made. The only reason I am using them, and I told my friend that he should give me Verbatim, is cause he says that he has some games on the same discs that work fine.
May 31 2007, 08:00 AM
Read the first link in my sig and tell me if you still think he is correct.
Jun 6 2007, 10:18 AM
all fine on my end,
AONE media = power calibration error, (was killing layer 1 break)
Infiniti 360 media = perfect burn + good price, only 60p a disk
(just about to test
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