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Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by oni123, Mar 23, 2005.

  1. oni123

    oni123 Regular member

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    i tried to burn metal gear solid and nfl street 2 and i seem to have the same problem wen i try to burn it it says that the file is too big but i use a dvd +r that is 4.7 gb. arent you soppose to burn ps2 games in a 4.7 gb? so can anyone help me plz
     
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    which metal gear game are you trying to burn? If it's MGS 3 it works fine w/o needing to do anything to it. If it's MGS 2 (Substance) then it's DVD9 and some of hte dummy files need to be removed.

    As for NFL Street 2, not sure, do a search for it.
     
  3. oni123

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    i tried to burn metal gear solid 3 and they say the file is too big and same for nfl street 2 i thought all ps2 games that u burn are soppose to fit in a 4.7gb dvd. but are all ps2 games soppose to fit in a dvd thats 4.7 gb. and wat kind of dvd is best to burn ps2 games. i use sony dvd +r thats 4.7 gb is that good
     
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    Those are all dual-layer games. They will not fit on normal 4.7GB blank media.
     
  5. oni123

    oni123 Regular member

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    wats a dual layer?my burner says its a dual layer burner
     
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    Think of dual layer as 2 dvd-r's combined. Last I know of the dual layer dvd-r's were $10 a disk.
     
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    ok but most ps2 games u have to burn in a 4.7 dvd r right. and only some games u have to use a dual layer or most games?
     
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    I burned MGS 3 on a DVD+R 4.37gb.
     
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    for real i tried to burn it in a dvd r 4.7 gb and when i tried to burn it it was a original game i tried to burn it to cd to cd did u download urs or did u burn it to cd to cd?
     
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    I had the image file on my hard drive.
     
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    cytrik if you dont mind can u tell me how u burned the game like exact steps
     
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    NFL Street 2 is NOT dual layer and neither is MGS 3 snake eater. I made exact rips of the originals using TDK+DVDr. Try Dloading them again from somewhere else.
     
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    I used the basic Playstation2 burning option on Alcohol 120%.
     

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