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Burned 2 different SVCDs and wont play on ps2!!

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  1. swizz

    swizz Member

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    What to do? I need these SVCDs to work on a dvd player at school because we're going to watch this movie Troy in class, i tried it on a computer dvd player and it worked, but i tried it on my friends ps2 and it didnt..
    First i just burned the .cue with Burn-At-Once, then i converted with vcdgear and whatnot and burned with B-A-O again. I havent tried the second cd....
    Any ideas??!?!
     
  2. ehassoy

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    I am trying to make SVCD also. May I learn which ASPI did you use and is your CD writer IDE or SATA? Thanks
     
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    How do I find this informacion? I'm on an HP pavilion 1.6ghz hehe
     
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    Ps2's don't play SVCD unless compiled using PS2 Reality Player
     
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    So the way I stated that i created the svcd should be playable on all dvd players that support svcds?
     
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    oh and with that aspi check it says N/A for all of them
     
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    N/A means you have no ASPI installed :)
     
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    I think that because you have not ASPI, you have problem.
     
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    so that means my burned svcds are useless? where can i dload an aspi for winxp?
     
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    I doubt ASPI, or the lack thereof, is an issue at this point.

    You need to refer to safc_66's advice.
     
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    Ok, so ASPI is not needed to create SVCDs?
     
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    Nope. ASPI is a small driver layer that sits between your system and hardware. Some software apps require ASPI in order to work properly but if you're able to read and burn discs then it's not an issue.
     
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    yay! thanks guys, you all own!
     
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    yay! thanks guys, you all own!
     
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