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July 16th, 2001, 03:42
1)I tried using this program to make a copy of spiderman, but i got some error at 100% of the recording phase. When i checked the cd, it was a 64-min audio cd. What's the deal? Would this program 'detect' that spiderman is 'too big' to be copied to a cd? What could be the problem?
2) So far, Easy CD-Creator has been included in two of our computer purchases, and i wonder, is it actually a decent burning program?
3) I know psx cd's have those purposely place error sectors in them. Is there a way to copy a psx cd in its entirety (a perfect copy) so that it could even be run on an ordinary playstation console?
July 16th, 2001, 03:49
4)Is there a way to "recover" a badly burned cd?
July 16th, 2001, 04:05
AFAIK there is no way to run a burned copy on a PSX without a modchip or something like that.
As for ECDC4,I'd advise you to use nero,it's by far the best burning software out there(simple and full of options,there is even a virtual cd like thing).
July 16th, 2001, 07:04
Easy CD Creator is known to have some trouble copying playstation CDs. It's a popular program but certainly not the best. For copying PSX CDs use a program that uses RAW data mode like CDRWIN or CloneCD. They can make exact replicates of PSX CDs(although you'll need a mod-chip to play them in a PSX) and most other CDs. Nero is another very good compiler program that can copy PSX CDs.
July 16th, 2001, 08:29
You may want to uninstall Easy CD 4 before installing other CD burn software. I've read that E CD 4 can cause conflicts, but other softwares should work fine together.
July 16th, 2001, 13:08
Yeah,Adair's right ECDC4 creates conflicts.
Just destroy it:D
July 16th, 2001, 13:32
>Just destroy it
I'd have to agree with Raziel on this one, in many ways the program is nothing short of terrible. It has its merits, granted, but for just about anything other than data CD creation it falls flat. You'd want to take extra care before installing it on a Win2k system as it tends to conflict with juch about everything. I'd just stick with Nero and CDRWin, myself.
July 16th, 2001, 20:17
thanks for the replies guys.
July 16th, 2001, 21:15
I have both Easy CD Creator 4 and Nero 5 installed and they don't seem to cause any problems. And all my other CD-R software works fine as well. I know EZCDC's been known to cause conflicts with Nero but strangely it doesn't happen anymore. Both work fine(in both my OSes) as if the other wasn't there.
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