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best media for gow2 on dvd dual layer

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by nicz888, Mar 14, 2007.

  1. nicz888

    nicz888 Regular member

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    i never burn a dual layer before.
    i always use verbatim 8x dvd -r for my ps2 backups.

    so what kind of media is best for this game.
    also do i need a different dvd burner for dual layer or is my current one ok. how do i figure that out if my current burner support dual layer dvd buring.

    thanks.

    i also have mgs2 substance sitting in my hard drive for six month maybe now is the time to burn it to a dual layer dvd too. thanks for the help.
     
  2. EliteTMP

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    If u are having good burns with Verbatim then use Verbatim DL and about the burner im not sure but i think all Burners can burn DL Disc
     
  3. ferrytran

    ferrytran Guest

    ^no u need a dual layer burner. and im not sure if you can just burn god of war 2 a regular way espically when its dual layer. dual layers are complicated to burn and there is a special way to burn them. it might be risking to waste dual layer disc if you try.
     
  4. Kafluke

    Kafluke Active member

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    DL discs are not complicated at all to burn. If its over a certain size then nero or whatever program you're using knows where the layer break is. If its an image that was created with clonecd there will be a .dvd file that has the layer break info. It's pretty simple really
     
  5. nicz888

    nicz888 Regular member

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    should i try it with dvd-r dual layer or dvd+r dual layer.
     

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