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Burning A PS2 ISO PLEAZ HELP!!!!!

Discussion in 'PS2 - CD backup discussion' started by ibad02, Dec 29, 2004.

  1. ibad02

    ibad02 Member

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    Well i was reading these forums the other day and it said to get dvd dycrypter (so i did) and read the iso and stuf and saved the ps2 game iso (need for speed underground 2) on my Hard drive then i went to write ISO, i have a dvd burner, and it finished writing then i put it in my ps2, i have a MOD chip, and it doesnt read it....WHAT"S THE PROBLEM???PLEAZ HELP

     
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    sly_61019 Senior member

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    1. what brand dvd did you use?
    2. + or -r?
    3. what version ps2?
    4. what modchip?

    you get the idea, you can't just say it doesn't work.
     
  3. ibad02

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    I'm using HP DvD+R's and mod chip 2...and what do u mean by what version ps2??
     
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    squizzle Active member

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    Most PS2's don't play DVD+R's, just -R's. Burn a movie onto a +R disc and a -R disc and see which one plays. Then you will know what kind of discs to use. Are you burning the game at 1x? If not, try that. Are you sure your mod chip is installed correctly?
     
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    my mod chip is install perfect cuz aal my other bootlegs are working fine...hmm..what the deal with dvd-r's?
     
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    sly_61019 Senior member

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    like he said, try -r discs.
     
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    DVD+R are just a newer version of DVD-R,ps2 favour the DVD-R,and they are generally a bit cheaper.
     

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