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Dvd+r copies.........

Discussion in 'PS2' started by Asscer, Jul 16, 2003.

  1. Asscer

    Asscer Member

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    Hey everybody,I've just finish making a Dvd movie copy. and when I try to play it on my Ps2 it doesn't work, but it work fine on my computer and my dvd player. Can someone tell me what the problem is or is there any thing that can boot a dvd. Thank you very much
     
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    c7015 Regular member

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    what version of ps2 do you have
     
  3. Asscer

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    I've version 4. And I forgot to mention that I've made some copy of dvd movies before and it work fine.
     
  4. jay33

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    I have a ver.4 ps2 and use dvd shrink and nero to burn. My dvd+r's always play in my ps2, so perhaps you should go that route.
     
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    Are dvd+r's compatible with my ps2? How do i know? I have an early version i assume cause i bought it when ps2 first came out

    also if i have dvd shrink can i copy dvd's to dvd+r using roxio? is this all i need??
     
  6. Revolve22

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    Are dvd+r's compatible with my ps2? How do i know? I have an early version i assume cause i bought it when ps2 first came out

    also if i have dvd shrink can i copy dvd's to dvd+r using roxio? is this all i need??
     
  7. Revolve22

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    Are dvd+r's compatible with my ps2? How do i know? I have an early version i assume cause i bought it when ps2 first came out

    also if i have dvd shrink can i copy dvd's to dvd+r using roxio? is this all i need??
     
  8. darthnip

    darthnip Moderator Staff Member

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    woah, triple post, getting dizzy, room spinning....
     
  9. Revolve22

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    sorry im new at this
    not sure how i did that
    anywayz can anyone help?
     
  10. CLiPsEmX

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    Do u have a chip in ur ps2?
     
  11. Revolve22

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    no chip
    didnt know where i can get one put in anyway cause i dont know how to solder
     
  12. berger

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    my bet is that the reason the dvd+r's are not working in your dvd player is because dvd+r's are a newer type of dvd, you should try dvd-r's because they always play in older dvd players but the dvd+r's are notorius for not working in old dvd players
     
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    your ver4 PS2 will not play +R media...
    Is your dvd player newish ? This would explain why its playing your backups and not your PS2
     
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    That could be the case but some version 4's do play +r and some don't, it's either hit or miss.
     

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