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Posted: Tue Aug 15, 2006 2:48 pm
by Mozgus
All these threads about mod chip problems...I guess I am lucky.

Posted: Tue Aug 15, 2006 7:03 pm
by racketboy
grittykitty wrote:probably the edges, that was the same problem i had. racket, i think the guide should be changed to put more emphasis on the filing the edges down, since it's such a common thing. you should also include a nail file in the list of 'what you need' to help make it clearer. it's hard to focus on small details when you're in a state of panic and the saturn's not working

I just added a couple lines to that effect.
Hopefully that will help reduce the amount of trouble :)
Thanks for the idea!

Posted: Wed Aug 16, 2006 9:23 pm
by Tin Tin Deo
Just wanted to say I had the same problem; Searched the boards, grabbed my nail filer, and shaved just a hair off of both sides and it worked like a charm (Well, it read the disc, but it had a hard time handling it, I'm thinking it's because I accidentally burned it at the default 48x).

First time I think I've used that nail filer bit on my clippers, too. :D

Posted: Wed Aug 16, 2006 10:39 pm
by marurun
Some time ago I paid someone to put in my mod. I don't regret it. Nobody died during the installation process, which can only be considered a good thing.

I don't understand the whole "burn at low speeds" thing, however. I have never had problems burning stuff at max speeds. Did I just buy the right kind of burner or something?

Posted: Wed Aug 16, 2006 11:44 pm
by Tin Tin Deo
:? I guess, it seems any FMV on burned discs gives my Saturn trouble. It's not the modchip installation (I loaded Skeleton Warriors which has a pretty heavy FMV intro and it worked just fine), thankfully.. or not. I am using Burnatonce instead of something more slick, maybe that's an issue? Eheh.. maybe this is better suited to another topic. ;p