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Burning an ISO to play on a PS2

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by mdbukow, Aug 11, 2004.

  1. mdbukow

    mdbukow Member

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    Okay, a question. I'm attempting to play NES games on my PS2 through an emulator. The emulator (It Might Be NES) creates an ISO... is there any way I can burn that ISO to a DVD+R (instead of a CDr) that my PS2 will play? (my PS2 is not modded, and so I can't play CD-Rs, but I CAN play video DVD+Rs just fine)

    I've tried using Nero... DVD-ROM didn't work (do you need a modchip for this, also? Maybe that's the problem...), and DVD-Video seems like the wrong format to burn to obviously. Maybe something with Alcohol 120%, burning the DVDr in a Playstation 2 format?

    I've also tried DVD Decrypter, but it says that the ISO doesn't appear to be a valid DVD file, etc. Is there any way to convert the ISO to a format that'll burn to a DVD-r successfully?

    I don't think there's a way to do this, but I thought I'd ask just in case.
     
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  2. StryderZ

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    The PS2 can play BOTH CDs and DVDs but you will need some type of mod (mod chip, swap magic, etc.) to play CD-Rs and DVD-Rs. Video DVD-R (ie. movies) can play in any machine without mods. You won't be able to play DVD-Rs in the PS2 without a mod anyways.

    You can't use DVD decrypter since it's not a DVD ISO you are burning.. it's a CD ISO.
     

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