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  1. Member
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    I have an aging game (NFS4) that I'd like to archive. ImgBurn is coming up with read errors during ISO creation, but I just tested and the game installs and plays with no issues. Any suggestions?
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  2. Alcohol 120% can backup PC games DVDs, you have trial 15 days
    Some times if game don't play, after install from backup ISO or DVD
    you need download fix file from http://www.gamecopyworld.com/
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  3. Originally Posted by bqi View Post
    I have an aging game (NFS4) that I'd like to archive. ImgBurn is coming up with read errors during ISO creation, but I just tested and the game installs and plays with no issues. Any suggestions?
    If it's an original game, then it is copy protected.
    There are different software that could be used to circumvent this.
    Either Alcohol 120% or Daemon tools can usually copy most games.
    This may be considered illegal in some countries.
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    DTLite seems to have hit a similar problem "Read operation hit a bad (unrecoverable) block (816)"

    Strange I was able to install the game and play with no issues, but I cannot create an ISO for safe keeping.
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  5. So try with Alcohol 120% be sure that Skip error reading selected
    don't worry about trial, you can use image after trial ends
    in freeware Alcohol 52%
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  6. Yeah backing up the disc can be dicey. Sometimes you need to download a hacked .exe to load it from the virtual drive... Try using a good brand name of disc tho'. Like Verbatim's for some reason are better for playing 'backups'.
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