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Discussion in 'PS2 - Software boot discussion' started by bigmac102, Feb 14, 2005.

  1. bigmac102

    bigmac102 Member

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    i downloaded nba street vol.3 and it was in a .rar file so i opened it and then it said nbastreetv3.iso..i opened that then it game me a bumch of files like system.cnf, XLDSCRN.bin, DNAS280.IMG, DEV9.IRX and a bunch of folders and other files...how would i burn this to a dvd?!?!
     
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    Leave it in the .iso file format and burn it with Dvd Decrypter.
     
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    ok ill try that...i burnt it with nero b4 i saw this msg..and it doesnt work, it goes to the loading screen and freezes, should i try burning it with DVD decrypter?
     
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    gulliver Regular member

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    please refrain from talking about downloading games as it is against the rules of the forum.
     
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    All he asked was how to unrar a file that he has and what type of format it needs to be in to properly burn a backup game. There's nothing wrong with that.
     
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    actually, no he didn't. He stated that he downloaded it...that's where the problem is.
     
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    If you think his question is against forum rules then take it up with a mod. I have no problem helping him with his question. Perhaps if he had asked us where he could d/l this game or posted the direct link to where he got it, it may go against rules, but i take this thread under this:

    Case: Discussion about pirated content and piracy, such as converting (downloaded) video and/or audio files to DVD/AudioCD/whatever format. PERMITTED

    (as stated in the forum rules)
     
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    I personally don't have a problem with it. It's just that from what I understood from the rules that it is against them. If he would've just started out with "I have a .rar file..." Instead of "I downloaded..." then I wouldn't have said anything. Perhaps we could just leave out the "I downloaded" part. Anyways, no big deal.
     
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    I agree with you there, that it is unnecessary to tell us where they get them from, that is their own business.
     

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