Burners that have successfully burned 360 backups?

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  1. Louse76
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    I have a Pioneer 112 drive in the mail, but I tried and was unsuccessful with burning backups on my Matsushita laptop drive (which burns Wii backups great at low speeds) and an NEC 3540A on Verbatim DVD+R DL.

    Neither worked [​IMG].

    What other burners have you guys tried with success?
     
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    Pioneer 112, just like you are ordering. Only made one coaster when my anti virus updated itself while burning. As long as you use good media and burn at 2.4x you wont have any probles.
     
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    I use my Laptop's TSS(Samsung) and a Toshiba SD-R5372 burner. They work and I have not had a coaster yet. I use clone cd to burn all my Wii and 360 backups.
     
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    Do you guys know any good external drives that are compatible with macs that work?
     
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    FYI, my two burns that I mentioned in the first post actually worked!

    I am a tool and forgot to plug the SATA cable back into the drive! [​IMG]
     
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    Pioneers tend to burn coasters only when it is user error.

    However I heard the 110 was a bad drive. 111 is good and 112 should be as well. There's also a SATA version of the 112 out.

    I own two pioneer drives, one only burns at 4x and one burns at up to 16x, I burn at 4x with both and have no problems. I'm sure games would work on wii with mine, so I don't even think about it.
     

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