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Booting .CUE and .BIN files

Discussion in 'PS2 - Software boot discussion' started by Hack_Zero, Apr 20, 2007.

  1. Hack_Zero

    Hack_Zero Regular member

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    I know how to burn them, and I've tried multipul times, even tried using both DVD Decrypter and Alcohol. I've checked the tutorials, and everything.. So i know i'm burning the disk right. When I attempt to boot it with the CD Swap magic (3.2? one of the 3.something versions), it says "Invalid PS2 Disk".

    Solution? x_x
     
  2. xaznboitx

    xaznboitx Regular member

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    what brand dvd disk did you burn it with?
     
  3. janrocks

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    Have you made a successful ps2 burn before?

    When you pop the disk in the pc drive does it look like a ps2 game disk? (not all things you download work) It may be a plan to try just copying it in playstation compatibility mode in alcohol, or it may be made faulty before you got your hands on the bin/cue pair.

    Don't attempt to burn them too fast... 4x is quite fast enough..

    It could of course be one of the 20% or so of games that don't work with swapmagic.
     
  4. Hack_Zero

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    Yea, i've made many successful PS2 burns. This is a CD-R, not a DVD. The programs made for a CD-R, and will not burn onto a DVD anyways. I burned it three times on 1x, and once on 4x. It hasnt worked yet =\. I've used this brand CD or all my other CD files, and i know the CUE file is properly configured. This is a program made by PARADOX, so i'm pretty sure it's gonna work with swap magic.. I just cant freaking figure out why >_<
     
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    Nevermind, sorry lol I found out the problem. I was burning it on PS2 mode instead of "Normal CD" mode.
     

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