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Burning Dual Layered

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by E20, Apr 18, 2005.

  1. E20

    E20 Member

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    Let's say I'm burning a game that is 7 Gigs long. Is there any special things I have to do if I wanna burn the whole thing withouth downsizing it and burning it on a dual layered disc?
     
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    depends on what mod you have.
     
  3. steimy

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    If you have a Matrix Infinity or DMS4 Pro chip with the new flashes they have then no, you can just copy it and play.
    If you are using any other chip or Swap Magic (any version) then yes you will have to rebuild it to fit onto a DVD5.
    Plus of course have a dual layer burner to burn it, but i assume that you do.
     
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  4. RyKnOw

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    I have a V.5 Playstation. With a DMS3 mod chip installed. I also have a dual layer burner. Will my PS2 be able to read a copied dual layered disc? Not a rebuilt one, an exact copy of an original 8.0gig disc to a dual layered blank media. This would be helpful info just so I dont go buying dual layer blank media if my PS2 wont read it.

    Also where is the best place to get this media?
     
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    steimy Active member

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    No, i do not think the DMS3 can do it, I know the DMS4 can due to the new Toxic flash . I don't think they made one for the DMS3.

    You can get media anywhere, just get good media.
    I buy mine at Office Depot.
     

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