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This is, with any shadow of a doubt, the easiest way to burn Dreamcast games. 3 years ago You mean to say that you burned it wrong.
I'm a little shocked to hear that anyone would use discjuggler to burn anything, but especially DC games.
The platform comprises both the Maemo operating system and SDK.
Maemo is mostly based on open-source code and has been developed by Maemo Devices within Nokia in collaboration with many open-source projects such as the Linux kernel, Debian, and GNOME.
This release has probably resulted in tens of thousands of high quality discs. I don't know what kind of magic you worked, but the games look EXACTLY the same quality as GD-ROM Dreamcast game on a CD-R! I was having problems with Fur Fighters backup, I would get music playing in the wrong level then the music after awhile would cut off, now using this it plays perfect with no errors so far.Imgburn's slow write rate does that wonders and I'd bet plenty more should PS2 eyes/lasers be not so fragile o.0 Please Log In You must be logged in to your Community Account in order to post a comment Please login using the form located at the top right of this website or Create a Community Account Community Accounts are free and allow you to upload content, posts comments, participate in our forums and more!3226 users online • 59 registered • 3167 guests Registered users: 64man, 6gunn, Admiral Shlong, Apaul27, Asiankilla, Bakkies, Berzerk, blakd3th, blober54, Combustion Melon, dexter2341, ditus, efen3001, emedia, ENunn, erik1977, eugenerobinhood1, Evil Bunny669, Gamerone, gentleheretic, grunt07, Hyperx64, Ironfist1965, JJLuchiano, Joubay, kahowie, kaos_engr, Kornn Bread, madbuzzin, neophantom, nornor1, paul_met, psychoeaga, rawman024, ray150379, raydantheman, Real Golden Bacon, Red Dragon58, rodion, Scooby52, scorp NZ, seznam88888888, superbeanerman, surfboard_, tamsman, The Omikron Nomad Soul, The Tech Doc, turiguiliano, Urkman1, waco13, Xam X, Z-Blaster 44,916 topics • 428,931 posts • 123,219 registered users.The dashboard is accessed via the upper left icon and shows all the running applications, in a manner similar to the Exposé feature in Apple's Mac OS X operating system.From the dashboard, running applications can be brought back to full screen by tapping the preview window, and applications can be closed by tapping an X-symbol located in the top right corner of the preview window, similar to the concept of closing applications in other operating systems.