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Defjam Fight for NY

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by vi3t, Sep 23, 2004.

  1. vi3t

    vi3t Member

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    Can someone show me how to back up Defjam fight for NY using Dvd Decrypter please? Im new at this so i dont know what to do.
     
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    to backup a ps2 game with dvd decrypter place the game in your dvd drive, load up dvd decrypter, go accross the top menu's and select mode iso read, click the decrypt button(pic of disc to hard drive) when that has completed place a blank dvdr disc in your writer go to mode iso write browse to were dvd decrypter saved your iso/mds file select the mds file click open click the write button(pic of hard disc to disc)
     
  3. vi3t

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    Thanks for the help. The size for the mds file is like 4697 kb, would it fit on the dvd or i need to comprress it? if so how?
     
  4. vi3t

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    Can some one tell me please.
     
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    YOu have to have a modded ps2 also. Just open dvd decrypter. set the mode to read and hit the button from cd to HD to create the iso. Then set the mode to write and open the iso and burn it w/ dvd burner.
     
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    I used DVD Decrypter for Def Jam and it wouldnt burn it the whole way. got to about 40% and stayed there. same for NHL 2005. can anyone offer some help for this problem??
     
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    So would the mds file fit in a dvdr if it is 4796 kb ?
     
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    hey vi3it and whoever else has def jam ffny where in the internet did you guys get it
    please answer me
    thankyou
     
  9. vi3t

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    I got my game from a local Best Buy store
     
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    no dude i used to live in the usa now i liv in brazil it sucks here theres no bestbuy so if you Know any website that has free ps2 games to download just tell me please...thanks anyways
     
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    I am trying to backup def jam and when I am ripping it gets to about 57% then starts getting errors and retrying but wont go past 57%. Any ideas on how to fix this?
     
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    I burnt this game and i wasted $30 on these Ritek DVD-R G04, my PS2 v4 wont read em, im using DVD Decrypter and yes im am doing it right, also using SMD 2.0, neither madden or this work and DVD loader, all sho the red border around the insert disc screen, this sucks!
     
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