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iso burning problem?

Posted: Sun Nov 13, 2005 1:20 am
by Swierk
i have image: CDI - CDI450 Tutorial Disc (PAL).cdi

when i run it using emulator evrything its ok, but when i burn it to cd and try to run on my cdi210 it start intro movie with errors (looks like a scrach on the disc, but never had problems with cdi's cdrom drive and i also tried burn this image on 3 difrent cds...) audio is playing goes to main menu [errors on the screen] and after select sth freezes...

i was burning this image using alcohol120% at 1x speed and in DAO was the only .cdi image that i was burning using alcohol120%...maybe forgot sth? plz help...

Posted: Sun Nov 13, 2005 1:24 am
by Devin
I've always used Fireburner for doing my CD-i Discs and haven't had any problems with it yet. This is a really old program but damned good, not sure if it's still net active to be honest but worth doing a search for!!

Posted: Sun Nov 13, 2005 6:21 pm
by Swierk
but any other sugestions ? is it posible that its incompatible with cdi210 ? [coz its cdi450 tutorial disc] ???

Posted: Sun Nov 13, 2005 7:28 pm
by Devin
I doubt a compatibility issue would be this severe. Maybe the original ISO is corrupt?

Posted: Sun Nov 13, 2005 10:09 pm
by Swierk
iso runs well on emulator

Posted: Wed May 03, 2006 9:48 am
by stefh
Try this progam called BootDreams, works great and no difficult settings.
BootDreams is VERY easy to use and it's for free:

Download: ... ms_061.exe

1. Download BootDreams and install it to e.g. C:/BootDreams/
2. Start BootDreams and choose "CDI Burner". Now click on "Browse" and point BootDreams to the CDI image you would like to burn.
3. Click on "Burn CDI Image". That's it.

If BootDreams doesn't recognize your CD drive, download WNASPI32.ZIP and unzip it in your C:/BootDreams/Tools/ folder: ...

Posted: Wed May 03, 2006 10:25 am
by WindowsKiller
Swierk wrote:iso runs well on emulator
Really? My original CD-i 450 Tutorial Disc does not run on cdiemu. The intro works, but as soon as you select something, the picture begins to roll vertically after a few seconds.

Anyway, it should work with all CD-i players.