Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by flyersman, Nov 1, 2004.
i downloaded a game off a site how do i burn it to a disk so i can play it
search for a basic question like this
could someone please tell me
use win rar to exrtract the image file then use the burning software of your choice to write it to disc
I have win rar but how do you extract the image file
how can i play a copied game.....i copied it with a dvd copier but my ps2 wont read it.... please help pls
petemistr u have to modify your playstation or use swap magic disc's to play a copy
so how do you extrct a image
Flyersman try this neat little program extractnow you just drag the file into the window and it does its stuff... http://www.extractnow.com/
In order to accomplish what you wish you will find yourself performing this task with virtually every game you get. This is the most basic of tasks and I would strongly suggest that you read the documentation that comes with WinRAR and learn that program inside-out. When you open a file with WinRAR there are icons at the top for performing these basic tasks.
I'm new at backing up ps2 games. What is the correct read speed when using dvd decrypter for backing up ps2 games ?
I think you mean the write speed, set the write speed to 1x if your using dvd-r or I think 2.4 if your using dvd+r basically set the write speed as slow as possible
why do you have to burn a dvd r at 1% i am just wondering
when i drag it in to extract now or put it in winrar how do i get the iso image file...
so can someone help
press extract all
i did that now fow do i no which one iso
since idont no how to do this can isend someone the file and the send me back the iso
Flyersman -- "since idont no how to do this can isend someone the file and the send me back the iso".
A .iso file of a PS2 DVD can be as high as ~4.5GB... I doubt anyone is going to want to transfer that much data simply because you can't extract an archive on your own.
If you have a .rar archive that contains a compressed .iso file, all you have to do is extract the archive using WinRAR. If the archive does indeed contain a .iso file, extracting the archive will give you that .iso file and perhaps a few .txt files. Hence it should be easy to recognize what file is the .iso file.
If you are having problems with WinRAR, I recommend using an online FAQ.
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