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Swap magic homemade.

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#1
i got the swapmagic iso off the internet. and i put it on a cd-r as an iso using alcohol 120.
my ps2 doesnt read the swap disc.
should i just buy the real one.

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#2
i'm no expert but ur ps2 wont play the swap disk because its a burnt copy, the reson u need the swap disk in the first place is to play burnt disks so in other words u have to buy one

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#3
you are correct lisamw. if you could download a burn stuff that would load on the ps2, then there would be no reason why you couldn't just do it with games.




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#4
well than i wonder what they use cuz an iso is just a image that the ps2 can read. and the iso i got has the files ps2 recognizes to boot on not like a game.
but i prob will go out and buy one.

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#5
original ps2 games have bad sectors that only the ps2 can read. you cannot duplicate these sectors, so when you put in a burned disc, the ps2 knows its not an original.




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#6
ooooo. so magic swap has the speacial thing to make ps2 skip the bad sectors

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#7
Swap Magic is a pressed cd/dvd

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#8
swap magic HAS the bad sectors. the swap magic people just pressed the swap magic program over an original ps2 game.




V9 PS2, flip top, SMD, DVDLoader
Pioneer 107, ritek g05
DVD Shrink, DVD Decrypter, Nero
#9
sneaky people.
supposed ill just have to spend the 30. not to bad.
thanks alot guys

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