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[NGC] How to burn Gamecube games

Cha0s Em3rald May 22, 2016

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    How to burn Gamecube games

    Credit to TrudleR for writing this guide
    Needed: iso file (rename *.gcm to *.iso) - IMPORTANT: It has to be 1,35 GB when it’s unpacked, it can be a lot smaller when it’s packed in a zip- file!
    Program: CDBurnerXP (Freeware) - CDBurnerXP: Downloads

    Mini DVD-R type: "Platnium mini DVD-R" or similar products (attention: Not all mini DVD's work)
    If you want to take normal-size DVDs you have to let your case open or buy a "Full-Size Case".


    Options & speed like below (stay at 2x burning speed!):

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    Experience
    1. 2x or 3-4x burning speed is a big difference! I've tweaked the optical laser of the drive many times, result: 2x-speed burned disc's could be read with higher OHM's than 3-4x burned, so use 2x-speed.
    2. If you tweak your laser, and nothing would help: Don't go under 120 OHM. You can go further down for better results, but remember that the laser's lifetime can shrink the more you pull it down. If it won't work, do under these 120 and look if it's getting better. If yes you have to stop there if no put it back. It could be an error of the disk.


     
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