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Burning a PS2 CDR game onto a DVD-R

Discussion in 'PS2 - CD backup discussion' started by Acme8790, Dec 2, 2004.

  1. Acme8790

    Acme8790 Member

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    Not sure if this should be posted in the cdr discussion or the DVD-r discusiion group, so I appoliguze if I picked the wrong one. I am looking for any info on how I can burn a CDR game onto a DVD-R. I searched and came up short. If anyone has any info, feed back would be great!!!

    Thanks in advanced
     
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    not really sure myself, but i was just wondering why you would want to?
     
  3. Acme8790

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    I want to because dvd-r's are just as cheap as CDR's now and I have 200 DVD-R's and no CDR's and dont feel like purchasing more CDR's because I really dont use them like I do DVD-R's. Plus I am trying to burn a copy of World Championship Poker for the PS2 and its on a CDR and I only have DVD-r's. Hope that made sense to ya..... :)
     
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    It's an extremely technical procedure that requires advanced programming knowledge with regards to the PS2. I'd also be curious to know where you are getting DVD-R's as cheap as CD-R's. I pay about $.15 for CD-R's as of now.
     
  5. Acme8790

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    I am getting DVD-r's for $.25 per disk. Not exactly $.15 but is still dirt cheap and for me its not worth buying a 50 pack of CDR's just to burn one game. Anyway....I did end up getting a CDR from a freind but am still curious about the CDR to DVD process. To me all knowledge is good knowledge and you never know in the future I may need to burn a CDR to a DVD...let me rephrase...not need to, but want to.
     
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    dud0r~~~ thanks for the info.....thats the info I have been looking for. I am gonna try it this weekend and see how i make out.....once again thanks alot!!!!
     

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