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BURNING PS2 DVD'S ON A MAC... HELP!!!!

Discussion in 'PS2' started by AwesomeAJ, Aug 9, 2003.

  1. AwesomeAJ

    AwesomeAJ Guest

    Hey Hey. I just got a new iMac w/ a Superdrive. I was wondering if n e one knew how to back-up PS2 DVD games on a mac? Thankz
     
  2. robert34

    robert34 Guest

    hmmm some of the best programs are free...lol

    use dvd decrypter... it works for mac and for windows... excellent program. do a search in google for it
     
  3. JesterXL

    JesterXL Guest

    your best bet is to use Toast Titanium. You need to shell out a hundred bucks, but it's worth it.
    To burn with Toast Titanium:
    1. Insert your DVD game
    2. Open Toast
    3. Click and hold on "other" and select "Disk Image"
    4. Go to File > Save as Disk Image
    5. Take out the game and insert your DVD-R
    6. Drop your disk image into the toast window
    7. Burn the image to the DVD-R at 1x (just to make sure)
    8. Enjoy
     
  4. robert34

    robert34 Guest

    Why would you want get something that is like 100 hundred $$ when you can get a better, faster, easy to use program for free?
     
  5. JesterXL

    JesterXL Guest

    I'll try DVD decrypter, but I don't think you can get much easier than two clicks... I needed the program thought for VCDs (MMB and Firestarter don't work with my DVR 104)
     
  6. mfarina

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    When you use toast to copy games, does it require you to have a mod chip in your ps2?
     
  7. JesterXL

    JesterXL Guest

    all copied games require a mod chip/swap method to play. DVD movies do not.
     
  8. Ti-maniac

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    Making an image with rewriting the disk with toast from the image did not work on my PS2 allought the resulting directory structure and various file sizes appeared completely identical. I am new to PS2 backup but quite experienced with DVD backup.

    Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong?
    Do you need a chip? How and where do you get them, and where do you put them?
     
  9. robert34

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  10. Sempai

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    I am trying to get toast to copy a ps2 game by following the instructions that JesterXL provided but when I got to the part where it says:
    Go to File > Save as Disk Image
    it would not let me???? If anyone has any information that would help me please respond.
     

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