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Fliptop Question

Discussion in 'PS2 - Software boot discussion' started by MetalEd, Aug 26, 2004.

  1. MetalEd

    MetalEd Guest

    Hey are there any games, whether imported or domestic, that don't work with the fliptop? Because I have this game called Guilty Gear Isuka and there are times that it loads and times it doesn't. Do you think there is something wrong with my system or the game?
     
  2. zxspeky

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    have you tried using cd/dvdloader and a toc refresh?
     
  3. MetalEd

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    I haven't heard of these programs. I use swap magic DVD 2.0 to play my imports. Most of them I own work, yet Guilty Gear Isuka is a pain in the ass. Sometimes it works othertimes it doesn't or it loads slowly like an old DOS computer. I also try cleaning the lens on the PS2 but it seems that my PS2 is ok.
     
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    it sounds like you need to use cdloader or dvdloader, you can get them at my site, follow the link in my sig', there are instructions on burning and using them there too, if your ps2 reads the smcd ok then try the cdloader, then if it doesn't work you've only wasted a cd-r as dvdloader needs to be burned to dvd, I'm supprised you haven't had to use cd/dvdloader before though, there are quite a few games that need them
     
  5. MetalEd

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    I was able to burn DVD Loader. Are there any directions on how to use it?
     
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    I forgot to add them, but this is what you do,

    load sm dvd, at insert disc screen swap for dvdloader, when dvdloader boots up, press eject and re-insert sm dvd, wait a couple of seconds and it will say ps2 dvd in the bottom left corner, and you will get the message "change disc and press x", don't change the disc just press x, the screen will turn red, with a kind of spacey pattern, then after a second or two it will say change disc by ea method (or something like that), then you can swap for your burned disc using your flip top.

    I don't want to add to your confusion, but if you use this for a while and get fed up of all the swapping of discs, you might want to use sm3dvd, this will cut out the need for the toc swap.
     

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