Duplicating Original Games (No Emulating/CD cracks)

Hey Guys

I’ve been looking around for a burner and a software, both combined, to allow me to make original copies of latest games (Emulation, no-cd crack free etc).

So when i put in my copied version of the game into the drive, it plays as if it is brand new out of the box.

If anyone knows or can recommend burners, software that can help me achieve that. I would be grateful for your help/advice.

Here is an example of games I want to copy:

-COD5

-Dead Space

-Battlefield 2142

-Battlefield 2

Any help will be appreciated. :smiley:

Regards,

@ xtrm_trade,

Welcome to the Forum.

With a modern quality DVD Burner and using known proven modern high quality error free Media you should not have difficulty in making backup copies of your games.

Most problems in making game back up copies are not a problem with the Brand/Model of the DVD Burner used. Modern quality DVD Burner are up to the task. The vast majority of problems with making game back up copies are caused by the use of poor quality problematic Media.

Only use known proven high quality error free Media such as Taiyo Yuden or Verbatim Media which has an excellent proven track history of consistently producing quality error free results and you will not experience any Media related problems with your game back up copies.

An excellent software Burning program to use to make your game back up copies is the ImgBurn (http://www.imgburn.com) software Burning program that is a known proven quality stable software Burning program and fortunately is a ‘FreeWare’ software program.

Regards,
bjkg

[QUOTE=xtrm_trade;2212308]Hey Guys

I’ve been looking around for a burner and a software, both combined, to allow me to make original copies of latest games (Emulation, no-cd crack free etc).

So when i put in my copied version of the game into the drive, it plays as if it is brand new out of the box.

If anyone knows or can recommend burners, software that can help me achieve that. I would be grateful for your help/advice.

Here is an example of games I want to copy:

-COD5

-Dead Space

-Battlefield 2142

-Battlefield 2

Any help will be appreciated. :smiley:

Regards,[/QUOTE]

A 1:1 copy that is recognized as original by the game is not possible with any of these.

You either have to use Images of your discs or bypass the copy protection via cracks.

Ok thanks for the help guys. Is there anyway of making an image, then burning it, so Safedisc or Securom doesnt get in the way? Would that work maybe?

Regads,

@ xtrm_trade,

Suggest re-reading my above #2 posting and note my comments concerning the ImgBurn (http://www.imgburn.com) software program.

The ImgBurn (Image Burn) software program is an Excellent software program for creating Images.

Concerning Safedisc /Securom -> The CloneCD software program is an Excellent software program concerning dealing with Safedisc/Securom Copy Protections and making perfect 1:1 copies of game back ups ->

http://www.slysoft.com/en/clonecd.html

Also when visiting the SlySoft Web Site checking out the CloneCD software program suggest checking out the Game Jackal software program ->

http://www.slysoft.com/en/gamejackal.html

Also perhaps it would beneficial in you visited the CD Freaks dedicated Copy Protection Forum (http://club.cdfreaks.com/f80/), the CD Freaks dedicated CloneCD Forum (http://club.cdfreaks.com/f18/), and the CD Freaks dedicated ImgBurn Forum (http://club.cdfreaks.com/f153/).

Regards,
bjkg

[QUOTE=xtrm_trade;2212790]Ok thanks for the help guys. Is there anyway of making an image, then burning it, so Safedisc or Securom doesnt get in the way? Would that work maybe?

Regads,[/QUOTE]

You can burn the image file to DVD (as Data CD/DVD), but as stated above, 1:1 copies are not possible.

@ Womi/xtrm_trade,

I am just repeating SlySoft’s advertising statement concerning CloneCD’s ability in making 1:1 copies ->

http://www.slysoft.com/en/clonecd.html

I am technically unaware of how CloneCD actually ‘duplicates’ games but I have personally used CloneCD to make numerous copies of my games and all the game back up copies work flawlessly.

Regards,
bjkg