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GTA SanAndreas

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by biggoltee, Oct 26, 2004.

  1. biggoltee

    biggoltee Member

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    If someone makes a backup of gTA can you let me know how you did it
     
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    c2sellit1 Regular member

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    I burned copies using nero/dvd decrypter/alcohol/burnfree and all of them burned fine except the games loading time is atrocious and takes forever...

    If you have the game at your house just make a copy from that, But if you own it and want to make a backup and you get it from a site...Good Luck all of the backups floating around are crap now...


    Everyone is having trouble with loading time when backed up, I dont know if it is from the downloaded versions or the retail ones being backed up.


    Im thinking about going the route w/ hdloader but seems to much of a hassle and costly especially since I dont have a network adaptor.
     
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    hey to get a perfect copy i have a swap magic set and i used alcohol 120 i arranged the settings and burnt on a packard bell dvd-rw works superb and i think loads faster than the original believe it or not trust me try this method you will have succes
     
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    wong_c_fu Regular member

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    I burnt it on using DVD Decryptor on a Benq branded DVD-R disc at 2.4x speed and it's a perfect copy! No problems
     
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    we first burnt it on decrytor using 1x with ritek go4 and got all the read errors and crap most of our other games work ok with decryptor and ritek, so I tryied this way http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/121556 and used an old rw cause i didnt want to waste another ritek and got a perfect copy !
     
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    I used Stomp Recordnow Max 4.5, and I burned the game with DVD Decrypter at 2.4x. I finally got a perfect copy. I used 3 types of media (Maxell DVD-R, and a noname DVD+R) and neither one worked worth a shit. I finally bought a three pack of Maxell DVD+R, and I am now the proud owner of a working copy of GTA San Andreas.
     

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