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Hi,

I was wondering if you guys could assist me on an issue in regards to burning my duel layer iso files on my new mac book pro.

I have a Matsh ita DVD-R UJ-868 according to my hardware list - it also goes on to say: DVD-Write: -R, -R DL, -RW, +R, +R DL, +RW

I've tried right clicking on my working .iso file and selecting "burning "image.iso" to disk…" and I've also downloaded a program called X360_iso_hacker and both start burning data to the disk but each time i attempt a burn i get this error at some point along the process. Im not really sure where to go from here...

"Problems burning to disk
The Image cant be burned because communication between the computer and the disc drive failed (error code 0x80020022)."

Many thanks

(im not sure if this is in the wrong place, sorry if it is)
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Unfortunately, as it appears you are attempting to burn a copy of an XBox game (the use of x360 iso hacker) you won't find much help here overall on the topic as that is illegal activity here in the US and that violates forum policies.

Best I could suggest is look the error up on google. Beyond that, I'll bet the thread will be locked soon.

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I was under the impression making backups of your own games was legal? Just against Microsoft user agreement?

And who cares what Microsoft says.

I have googled the error but honestly couldnt see a problem that was like mine. I do hope someone here can shed some light on the problem.
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Well, it goes against DMCA - and although I, and many others here, believe in Fair Use (ie: being able to make backups of your own stuff), it violates US law , so it's against the rules here..

And that error brings up a ton of possibilities of issues on google - you need to look beyond the software as it's probably not a software related issue.

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Breaking the disc encryption is the issue here, as it's in violation of the US DMCA. And since we follow US Law here, this thread is now closed.

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