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Help! Matrix Infinity Problems

Discussion in 'PS2 - Hardware boot discussion' started by JDog3, Dec 15, 2004.

  1. JDog3

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    I am a newbie and i have just installed my matrix infinity on my v4 playstation 2. My backups load up, but the problem is it loads up so slow, also when I play my backups the game freezes and can't play five seconds with out it freezing. When I listen to the game loading it sounds like it is having a hard time reading dvd backup copies...it sounds like its trying hard. I just got a brand new laser so I know its not that. If anyone can help this lost newbie it would be greatly appreciated! Thanks
     
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    What speed are you burning your DVD's at, you need to burn them at the slowest speed possible for best performance. Also, what DVD's are you using? Try a different brand.
     
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    I am burning them at 4x with Ritek Media is that ok?
     
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    Try burning at 1x, if still no luck try different media.
     
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    at 2.4x doesn't even read
     
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    Just noticed you said you have a brand new laser. Did your backups work okay before then? Also, is your new laser adjusted properly?
     
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    My laser was repaired by sony a week ago. So they adjusted it.
     
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    Fair enough. Try different DVD's.
     
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    Which media would be the best to use?
     
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    I don't really know what discs are best recomended. But what I do know is that I use DataWrite Classic 4x DVD+R on my V9, and i haven't had a single disc fail yet.
     

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