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Backing up ps2 games

Discussion in 'PS2' started by mvil, Apr 4, 2005.

  1. mvil

    mvil Member

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    Can you make a back up of a ps2 game and play it without a modified ps2?
     
  2. beefone

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    this question is asked alot. The answer is still. no. you need a modded ps2 to play backups.
     
  3. mvil

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    thanks 4 replying

    ok,so if i get my ps2 modified is it easy to make a backup of it.And also can i use nero
     
  4. dragulaAC

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    Yes it is easy. Yes you can use Nero.

    Check the stickies for detailed tutorials on these methods.
     
  5. IIRR

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    no, use alcohol 120% always works just copy with it simple

    u need to use ure dvdrw to read and write the ps2 games
     
  6. dragulaAC

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    It doesn't really matter what program to use: dvd decrypter, alcohol, nero, etc. They all work.
     
  7. malcdogg

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    Yeah, what dragulaAC said.
     
  8. mvil

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    cool.....so if you use nero you can just select copy and it will work or if it is a dvd game do you have to decrypt it first
     
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    Whatever program you decide to use, i still sugest reading the disc onto your hdd first as an image file, rather than burning a straight 1:1 copy. It's a much better way of burning it.
     

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