Discussion in 'CD-R' started by Volcom915, Jun 6, 2004.
Please help and tell any good methods on answering this queston
no, dvd decryptor will not recongize cd-roms,cdr or cdrw
only dvd discs
Open DVD decrypter go to settings go to ISO write mode and try changing the write mode from auto to CD also you can change how big of a file DVD decrypter can take go to ISO read mode go to file splitting and put none press ok and your dune. DVD decrypter should do what you want then.
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that doesn't work =(
Is there another method?
I just saw the cd I didn't know thought it might work Go where they do the games because the names say it all. You might have to break down and spend some money on a program your posting in the wrong place like I said trying posting your qustion here> PS2 - DVD backup discussion. Not in the DVD-R.
The only stupid questions are the ones you don't ask. If you don't ask you will never know.
Can't do games with DVD Decrypter. Decrypter is made to handle CSS encryption found on factory DVDs.
Most PC games use either SafeDisc or SecuRom which are much harder to defeat than CSS to begin with plus they are constantly updated so they require specialized software to do so such as BlindWrite5 (my favorite) or Alcohol 120%. Another factor is that you need a burner that can write EFM correctly which most DVD burners can't do with the exception of certain Lite On models and the Plextor PX-708A/712A.
Any further questions on backing up games should be posted in our CD-R forum
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nevr tried to make a backup of computer games so I tried with decrypter, of course didn't work but was interested on how this was done so I read up on it and figured It might be a challenging fun to learn how this is done, so now im of to tackle this challeng.
I have heard reports of the flagship ASUS dvd burners also being 2-sheep too but I havnt had time to confirm
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