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DVD Rip

Discussion in 'PS2' started by soulz9, Apr 17, 2004.

  1. soulz9

    soulz9 Guest

    How can I rip a dvd game into a CD-R? I have the game 007 Everything or Nothing I just made an image file for it and it is 1.5gb and I don't have a DVD Writer, so I am thinking of ripping it on a cd-r or 2 cd-r's. I did alot of search but I couldn't find a way to rip the game. Please can anybody help me
     
  2. Cyprien

    Cyprien Active member

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    well if you got a game that cost 50... why not go more and buy a burner for 120 that can burn dvdr?... a dvd burner is fairly cheap.... plus its really hard to make a rip of 007... btw you will have to remove movies and music form the game.. and that kidna kills it all being a bond game n all...
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  3. soulz9

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    I know but the problem is I have a laptop, which I don't have a dvd burner.. so thats a big problem for me :( . if you know any ways please tell me... Thanks alot. How about a external dvd writer do u know any cheap writers?
     
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    well external cost even mroe then a regular internal... when one cost 100... the external will cost 200-300...
     
  5. TheO17E

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    get a dvd burner,,its well worth it!
     
  6. devilhunt

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    if your laptop supports usb 2.0 then you could use an internal dvd writer with a usb to ide lead as an alternative to an external drive

    e.g.http://www.homestead.co.uk/html/usb015i.htm
     

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