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Burned PS2 game to DVD-R and hear 3 clicking sounds when loading

Discussion in 'PS2 - Software boot discussion' started by Ebener12, Apr 5, 2005.

  1. Ebener12

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    Hi I burned a Nascar PS2 game onto a Imation DVD-R disc. I believe i have a older ps2. When it trys to load it makes 3 clicking noises and keeps on doing it until it says disc read error. Whats the problem here? Thanks
     
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    sly_61019 Senior member

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    only post your question once. I would try better media, imation sucks.
     
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    I just tried again this time I used a memorex DVD-R. This time it didnt make clicking noises and it sounded like it was loading but it said disc read error. Please help, I use DVD Decrypter and it says it completes succesfully and i do it at 1x or 2x only.
     
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    memorex isn't any better. What mod do you have.
     
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    Where can I get around 25 or so Verbatim DVD-R discs from? Thanks

     
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    id just try and get 1 disc. Then you can decide if its media or not. Make sure its verbatim datalife plus (these are the best). I used to get 3 packs from target.
     
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    memorex uses ritek g05s....
     
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    i have some memorex that use cmc mag.
     

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