Hi, you don't mind if I make questions do you?
Warcraft 3 - Reign Of Chaos (English) SecuRom - 4.68.00.4608
- All of them installed and played it besides the older Diamond Data burner which failed to run it.
That is because you WILL need an ATIP hider when playing from a burner.
2.Is there anything I could have done (or could do) better or different?
Making files made by a program with different programs doesn't always turn up with a great result. MY advice would be to download a trial of CloneCD gasp, so you can get a proper image.
After that, download the Warcraft 3 BWA. With that, patch the image with twinpeaks. Then burn the image with CloneCD.
You will always need Alcohol's Ignore Media Type, or CloneCD's Hide CDR if playing from a writer. You cannot change that.
Of course an alternate way to copying is to make a SecuROM image with Alcohol, and then patch it with TwinCreator, found in A-Ray Scanner or Alcoholer
3.I'd also like to know about the "RMPS emulation" feature, it gave me an error when you get to the configuration screen (where you can select write method etc). The error was "No RMPS info in the source, you are not able to make a copy using this datatype!". Does this mean anything to me? If I understand correctly enabling this option will mean I need some kind of emulation installed, which isn't what I want correct?
RMPS emulation allows SecuROM copies to play with emulation. Your error means that it cannot find a SecuROM disc. RMPS emulation is a real pain in the @$$, and you shouldn't really use it unless you don't mind having Alcohol on while playing.
4.Also about the backup not working with the Diamond Data burner (it installed fine but asked for the CD when attempting to play), could this be that the drive is just to old and crappy to read it? The Diamond Data was in a different PC, I thought maybe the only reason it worked on the comp i burnt it with was because of some kind of emulation but i tried it on a DVD-ROM on the computer with the Diamond Data and it worked fine. I then went further and tried it on a different computer with a different DVD-ROM and it worked fine.
No, that wouldn't be it. Read qu.1.
Hope this helps!