I've got a few questions regarding the cdfreaks.com LTR-52246S review (http://www.cdfreaks.com/document.php3?Doc=99&Page=9)
As described in the text the drive (used as a READER) can't produce a perfect image of WarCraft III:
The backup worked in the burner itself, but it failed in a Pioneer DVD-115! Lowering read speed didn't help. When using a Toshiba SD-M1502 as reader, the backup worked. So the new LiteOn drive is not a good subchannel reader for CloneCD.
It also fails making a working BWA/TwinPeak/CloneCD-Copy of UT 2003:
The created backup runs in the LTR-52246S flawlessly, but fails in a Pioneer DVD-115. But whether a twinpeaked disc works or not on a drive depends mainly on the drive on which you want to play the disc. If a reader which cannot produced good BWA files is used, then the backup will probably run in no drive at all. It is by the way pure chance that writing of WarCraft 3 and Unreal Tournament 2003 took exactly the same time.
Question 1: In the WarCraft III passage it is mentioned that the copy does work with a Toshiba DVD as a reader, but no mention if you can produce a working copy of UT 2003 using the exact same method and again the Toshiba instead of the LiteOn as a reader.. does it work this way?
Question 2: The oh-so-often-asked ASUS-or-LiteOn-question.. would these 2 problems (WarCraft III and UT 2003) also occur with the ASUS 52x as writer (and Toshiba as reader)?
Thanks a lot..