If you are too sensible to this argument just don't bother reading this topic cause I will ask about CDR over a JagCD.
I just received my JagCD from Best Electronics, and separately from 3rd party on Amzn a Mem Track.
So far so good it all works as expected, and the cart slot on the JagCD is almost as temperamental as the one on the Jag, but at least the JagCD itself makes a very good contact with the Jag.
So I went to the DopeABC.XYZ site and DLed the 13 members of the bundle of joy that is CD gaming on Jag.
Separately I DLed also Jagtopia and Kobayashi Maru.
All images are .cdi, that is to say DiscJuggler.
I didn't give it a second thought as I didn't want to use DJ and started "backup-ing" using ImgBurn 2.5.7.
The results are mixed. Jagtopia works, KM works, Baldies works, BattleMorph sometimes gives "too many read errors".
Blue Lightning wouldn't work, tried 3 times, Brain Dead 13 wouldn't work tried once.
I then decided to take the plunge and look for DiscJuggler6 demo as suggested .... and got back into "backup-ing" from Blue Lightning onwards.
I did all the rest of the bunch, and they all work fine when using DJ with a caveat for World Tour Racing, when it boots it goes to the audio player, to actually play it I need to use Jagtopia then it works.
At that point I thought I would re"backup" with DiscJuggler the 4 I did with ImgBurn just to stay on the safe side, so I started with BattleMorph .... no go ... same "too many read errors" and all the times, the ImgBurn version only sometimes, I stopped the process of re"backup" to avoid more coasters.
Now for the questions?
1) Is ImgBurn CDI challenged?
2) How comes BattleMorph has issues while the rest seems just fine? Is it a sort of "backup" protection?
3) Is World Tour Racing unencrypted hence the need for Jagtopia?
I repeat, if your too skittish about the subject of "backups" don't bother reading, no need for a flame.
Edited by phoenixdownita, Fri Jul 4, 2014 12:07 PM.