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Sega CD Burning issues

by chemdream Sat Mar 05, 2016 9:07 pm

Hi all.

I'm having a problem burning some of my Bin/Cue Sega CD files.

Some work absolutely perfect. But some have static for music, but the sound fx seem to be working. So far, After Burner 3 and Earthworm Jim?

I thought it might be an MP3 vs Wav issues. But these are already Bin/Cue files, so the should already be Wav files, right?

Thanks so much!
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Re: Sega CD Burning issues

by Ziggy587 Sat Mar 05, 2016 9:21 pm

chemdream wrote:I thought it might be an MP3 vs Wav issues. But these are already Bin/Cue files, so the should already be Wav files, right?


Not necessarily. Unless you created the images yourself, you have no way of knowing what's going on. Your BIN/CUE images could have once been in the ISO+mp3 format that someone converted to BIN/CUE, but the damage was already done.

For the images you are having issues with, try testing them in an emulator to verify them. Mount the image in either a virtual drive or the emulator itself. This will rule out bad burns and the console being the issue. If you get the same issues with the image in an emulator, you have a bad image.
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Re: Sega CD Burning issues

by KalessinDB Sat Mar 05, 2016 9:28 pm

Also try using different burning software. I had that issue a long time ago with some Saturn dumps from a known good dumping group, switched to their recommended burning software and hey presto everything works perfect.
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