Converting .CCD to .ISO w/ .SUB included?

I’m trying to burn a backup of one of my old PlayStation games. It’s in CCD/IMG/SUB format, but for some reason (this is a two topic thread now…) CloneCD is no longer “Compatible” with my DVD burner even though it used to work just fine.

Anyway, I know UltraISO can convert to CCD/IMG/SUB, but can it convert from them to another format, i.e. ISO or BIN/CUE and still retain the sub-channel data? If so, which of the three files do I select to be converted in UltraISO, the CCD or the IMG? The SUB doesn’t appear to be a valid choice.

Also, here is the logs from both CloneCD version and respectively. I have been on Slysoft’s forum for a few days and nobody has an answer as to why CloneCD is giving these errors… If anybody has any knowledge on fixing this issue please let me know. THANKS!

I 3:37:07 AM CloneCD Version started!
I 3:37:07 AM ElbyCDIO Driver
I 3:37:07 AM ElbyCDIO.dll
I 3:37:07 AM CCDDriver.dll
I 3:37:07 AM ElbyECC.dll
I 3:37:07 AM WriteDVD.dll
I 3:37:07 AM Registered to: ***************
I 3:37:07 AM Searching for SCSI/ATAPI devices…
W 3:37:07 AM CD-Writer SONY DVD RW DRU-810A is not compatible with CloneCD!
I 3:37:07 AM Device Scan found 2 CD-ROMs and 1 CD-Writers!

I 12:21:54 PM CloneCD Version started!
I 12:21:54 PM ElbyCDIO Driver
I 12:21:54 PM ElbyCDIO.dll
I 12:21:54 PM CCDDriver.dll
I 12:21:54 PM ElbyECC.dll
I 12:21:54 PM WriteDVD.dll
W 12:22:19 PM Registered to: UNREGISTERED
W 12:22:19 PM 20 of 21 Trial Days remaining!
I 12:22:19 PM Searching for SCSI/ATAPI devices…
W 12:22:19 PM CD-Writer SONY DVD RW DRU-810A is not compatible with CloneCD!
I 12:22:19 PM Device Scan found 2 CD-ROMs and 1 CD-Writers!

Is the original disc libcrypt protected? (Most aren’t.) If not, you can copy the disc with most burning apps; even nero.

If it is, and ccd isn’t working on your rig, then try another app that can burn ccd format images (i.e. alcohol).

I didn’t even realize that alcohol can burn CCD… does it burn the SUB along with the CCD?

It would be much more easier to make a new backup first…

I lost the originals a long time ago, just had it backed up on a hard drive for safe keeping.

Hey thanks for the tip, Alcohol did the job, now just for some fine tuning to find what my PSone and PS2 like as far as burning speeds are concerned. Thanks a lot!