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God of war 2 DVD9 backup

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by Redx508, Jul 12, 2007.

  1. Redx508

    Redx508 Member

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    can any one tell me how to make a dvd9 backup and all that all the layers work iam useing a CC2.0 and v13 !!
     
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    Use IMGburn and make a copy onto a good quality DVD+R DL, same as you would with a single layer. The only special thing you will need to do is patch the ISO before you burn it with a program called Toxic DL Patcher, because only a DMS4 Pro chip can play a dual layer back up without having to patch it.
    it can be found at the bottom of this page
    http://www.teamtoxic.com.cn/
     
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    ok it works !!!!!
     
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    Would everything work out if you burn it to a DVD-R DL and swap magic it in the PS2?
     
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    swap magic cannot play DVD-DL good Modchips can like the CC2.0 or DMS4
     
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    right please dont shoot me, ive read alot of pages but still havnt answeared my quest fully..

    i have backed up plenty of games, the same way

    dcd dycrypter and rebuild etc if needs be...

    simple yes or nos if u can help

    can i back up god of war in the same way as usual!?


    dvd decrypter stops a min in, sonix does the same
     

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