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Best Media for burning ISO's?

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by Solidus78, Apr 12, 2005.

  1. Solidus78

    Solidus78 Member

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    Can someone suggest me what is the best media for burning ISO's? And i have done a search that has proved inconclusive.

     
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    I use dvd+ r's and they work fine for me.

    Their just cheap ones (Mr DVD) 8x, but I know some people have problems with cheap media.

    Or if you mean "media" as in software I use DVD Decrypter.

    Hope this helps
     
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  3. Solidus78

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    Im sorry i should have been more specfic i did mean Software. I just bought 3 DVD-R 25 packs each for about 7 Dollars (A sale) they are TDK, ESA, and NEXXTECH brands.
     
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    DVD Decrypter is the one I use. Works well and its free.

    Type it in to the search box and someone will provide you with a link.

    Good Luck!
     
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    I use verbatim(mcc) and fujifilm(yuden).
    See the pic below
    I use +r whenever possible.
    Cheap media doesnt work well with ps2,
    Tdk may be OK, But they others wont work
    or will give you video problems during the cutscenes.

    Just as important as the media is to:
    Burn at 2x speed (MAX).

    I use DVD Decrypter for the read and the burn also.

     
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    Thanks, I did some research on the dvd brands on circuit city and ESA was actually well rated and has a pretty well sucess-rate I've read around the forums that i should vary my brands before choosing one thats what im trying to do, hopefully the will work.
     

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