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Burn BIN/CUE to DVD-r

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by Sandaime, Feb 2, 2005.

  1. Sandaime

    Sandaime Member

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    Hi.
    Need help. I just downloaded a playstation 2 game. Excrakted it to an iso file. Now i converted it to a bin and cue file. How do i burn them into a DVD-r Disc?

     
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    If you originally got the .iso file, i would suggest just burning the .iso file with 'Dvd Decrypter'. You can get it free on this site.
     
  3. Sandaime

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    I've already done that. But the Console says Please insert Format disc
     
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    What mod are you using? (Modchip, SwapMagic, hdd)
     
  5. Sandaime

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    I am using DMS3. But still. It wont work. I've tryed like what. A hundred times. I've dig my own playstation 2 obtobsy:p. Cleanded it. And it STILL doesn't work.
     
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    Was the original disk a DVD based game?
     
  7. Sandaime

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    Yes it was.
    The name of the file is "TLF-CONSOLE-10.21.03.Naruto_Narutimett_Hero_Jap_Ps2_Dvd-ORGASM"


    Is there another way to make it work?
     

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