I always need 5 things in life: Sleep, Food (I'm pretty addicted), Sex (like previous), Time and FINALLY ...
Time to do sex then sleep after a good meal!
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Binhack32 with complete sourcecode: bit.ly/LHnhS8
I said put on a normal CD-ROM/DVD ROM drive and see if the disc is detected. If it is detected, then it's already written. The CD-ROM will be able to see the low density zone just fine. :shrug:
Last edited by l_oliveira; 01-06-2012 at 11:38 AM.
thanks guys for all the info, probably put them up for sale as i am not a dreamcast groupie lol... though it is good to know they are unused as the box suggested, now to find the box of beta games lol...
yeah, i did have one or two given to me but i think they fell into the wrong hands as they did not work on a standard console, i think they were binned anyway, i have stuck the blanks on the assembler..
When the doctor asked me, if I heard voices in my head, the voices said "tell him no!"
The high density area on a burned GD-R looks just like the low density area on a blank so you can easily spot which is burned or blank at first glance due to the shiny low to high ring and a dulled high area. A blank's high density area is shinier because there is no data there.
My blurred pic doesn't help resolve matters (shit camera on my shit 'phone) but that disc looks blank to me, but it doesn't hurt to check them all using the wombat method.
Last edited by LeGIt; 03-29-2012 at 09:48 AM.
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