OK, here’s the blasted deal. I have about a dozen coasters (enough to glue together and make a hockey puck) of attempts to burn Warcraft III. I have a HL-DT-ST GCE-8160B using Rev 2.01, using CloneCD 4…10.
I’ve tried the settings found in various places in this forum (subs on, regenerate on, or maybe off…) in various combinations, and nothing seems to work. I get the “insert CD message” or the “Corrupt data message”. And I am using “Hide CDR media” on CloneCd.
This is the first CD I couldn’t copy. Warcraft can’t have the same protection as Diablo II, because I burned Diablo II without breaking a sweat.
Now, I created disk images with both clone cd and fantom CD. Using Daemon Tools, I can run the game from the images without the CD and without any problems. So, some questions:
Does the fact that I can use DT to play against the disc image mean that it is a write problem rather than a read probelm? Or does DT ignore subchannel data?
Could it be the media I’m using. I’m using free-after-rebate media (“Spin-X”). It’s the reason I’m not upset about a dozen coasters, but could this be the problem?
What’s different in protection between Diablo II and Warcraft?
Has anybody managed to burn Warcraft 3 on an 8160B using version 4 of CloneCD (“Antons” has apparently done it with version 3.)
General question: What the heck am I doing wrong? Has Clone CD and my reader reached their Waterloo?
Wichita, KS, USA