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burning ps2 games on to dvd9 - help

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by showan, Feb 20, 2005.

  1. showan

    showan Regular member

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    hey everyone.

    Recenty there have been a couple of games come out for ps2 that I wanted to backup (ie. Xenosaga 2, GT4, etc) and I heard they are on DVD9s which doesn't surprise me. Until now I have only ever backed games up using dvd5s. I haven't tried a dvd9. If I were backing up Xenosaga 2 for example, can I just use dvddecrypter to do the ISO read, have it make the ISO, then Write it to a dvd9 as I would normally do with any other ps2 game? Or is there some "trick" to writing onto a dvd9?

    Also, I was looking for places to buy DVD9s. on the web I found this site http://www.blankmedia.ca/prodsubcats.asp?id=30 and I was thinking about the DVD+R DL RITEK RIDATA 2.4X 5 PC RETAIL PACK. For all of you experienced guys out there, are these good dvds to buy?
     
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    sly_61019 Senior member

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    it all depends on what mod you have.
     
  3. danbooke

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    Xenosaga 2 is not a DVD9 game. It is just 2 DVD's, Xenosaga 1 is though.
     
  4. showan

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    i dont have a modchip in my ps2. i use the swap magic disks 3.3 and slide card.

    and if xenosaga 2 is not on a dvd9 thats very good to know. thanks for the info!
     
  5. danbooke

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    Glad I could help.
     

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