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Backing-up Dark Cloud

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by Wockeh, Mar 4, 2005.

  1. Wockeh

    Wockeh Member

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    Hey there. I'm trying to back up my copy of Dark Cloud because I just recently lost one of my PS2 games and I'm afraid I'll lose this one. I want to back it up and make it available for play on my computer.

    Help?
     
  2. JoeN00b

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    If you want to play the game on your computer then you will need a PS2 Emulator. Good luck finding one that works well with commercial games though. :)
     
  3. Wockeh

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    That's my problem. I don't know how to get the information from my game to my computer and then romificate it. I'm not much of a techie.
     
  4. JoeN00b

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    Well, considering there really aren't any PS2 emulators that are working there is no need to try to emulate it. If you are asking about making a back-up DVDr of it, well that's a different story.

    However, you will either need a modchip, Hard Drive w/ HDAdvance/HDLoader, or some other booting method in order to play it on your PS2.

    With DVD Decrypter, pop in your disc, go to Mode>ISO>Read and press the lil' button to rip it. It will rip to your puter.
    to burn it it's Mode>ISO>Write. Select the MDS file that was created from ripping and then press the button to burn it.

    Very easy, and DVD Decrypter is free.
     
  5. Wockeh

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    There are four PS2 emulators at emulator-zone.com :p
     
  6. JoeN00b

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    do any of them work with commercial games though? According to Zophar's website there really aren't any that have high percentages of commercial games that they play.
     
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    Bah...I don't know.

    I read an article in Popular Science on backing up and playing your console games on your computer. It suggested DVD Wizard Pro and an emulator from Emulator-Zone
     

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