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Thread: How to clone Game DVDS?

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    Daryll99
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    Frage How to clone Game DVDS?

    I have DAEMON Tools Pro Advanced 5.0.0316 with SPTD v1.80 installed, my os is Windows 7 Ultimate x64 with SP1. I have a GTA San Andreas v1.0 dvd, when I make an iso of it and mount it and I try to run the game it say unauthenticated disc please insert the original disc. So how do I clone game dvds?

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    Please have a look here: Creating an image | DAEMON Pro Help
    GTA San is protected by SecuROM 7.
    You have to select the MDS or MDX output format and choose the New SecuROM profile.
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    I get this errorClick image for larger version

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    Please try different DPM read speeds.
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    I did try different speed.

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    Which optical drive model do you have ?
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    LG GH22NP20

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    Unfortunately LG drives with Panasonic chipset (in contrast to Renesas chipset) are not good when it comes to
    Data Position measurement. If you haven't succeeded with different DPM settings you can try the attached
    MDS file which holds good DPM data. In that case you of course have to create a MDS/MDF image, not MDX.
    GTA_SAN_ANDREAS.zip
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terramex View Post
    Unfortunately LG drives with Panasonic chipset (in contrast to Renesas chipset) are not good when it comes to
    Data Position measurement. If you haven't succeeded with different DPM settings you can try the attached
    MDS file which holds good DPM data. In that case you of course have to create a MDS/MDF image, not MDX.
    GTA_SAN_ANDREAS.zip
    Sir I don't think its Panasonic chipset.

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