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cant burn backups at 1X speed, please help.

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by Burre123, Mar 28, 2005.

  1. Burre123

    Burre123 Member

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    I have found that the only disk type that works for PS2 games with me is DVD+R, have tried both sony and memorex. The problem is, I can't seem to get the option to burn at 1X speed with my disks! the lowest I can choose is 2.4X and that makes the games kind of buggy. I have nero and DVD-decrypter. Is there a workaround for this?

    Oh, I am using swapmagic...
     
  2. L84skewl

    L84skewl Guest

    What version PS2 & what version Swap Magic

    I burn anywhere from 2-4x and have a ps2 v1 with swap 3.3 and have no problems. ever.
     
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    danbooke Regular member

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    Burre, these discs that you are buying what is the MAX speed that they can burn at?
     
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    for +r disks, 2.4x is the lowest speed you can burn at
     
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    the disks I use say 1X-4X...
     
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    And you are using DVD Decrypter to burn these? That is weird, cause usually the faster the disc, the higher the lowest burn speed possible. Like if you have a 12x disc, usually the slowest it will let you burn is 4x. But you are using 1x-4x, and they should be letting you burn at 1x, 2x, 2.4x, and 4x. Try downloading a program called DVD Identifier. This program actually identifies who actually make the discs (they're a lot of rip offs out there) and you can also review online stats on howcompatible your DVD is with movies, games and such. The program is simply wonderful.
     

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