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Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by zknet, Feb 16, 2005.

  1. zknet

    zknet Member

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    Ive wasted 3 DVD-R's and 1 DVD+R's now!!I tried to burn Fifa 2005 onto a DVD+R but then I found out I had an old PS2 that didnt play DVD+R's.So then I tried to burn Fifa 2005 to A "Mirror" DVD-R using DVD Decrypter and an Emprex DVD Dual 8X DVD+R,DVD-R Drive at 1X Speed. However once I played it on my PS2(chipped) it didnt work."Test-Mode" on DVD Decripter was disabled.What am I doing wrong?Also,the DVD+R was actually read by the PS2 until it gets to the part after the EA Sports logo but the DVD-R didnt work at all. the DVD+R was made by Sony and the DVD-R's by Mirror.

    Thanks for your help
     
  2. zknet

    zknet Member

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    anyone?
     
  3. nrk4594

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    Try using TDK or Verbatim DVD-R
     
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    Ok,thanks,Ill try.
     
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    I had no problem with Fifa 2005. Burned to a Phillips 8X DVD-R disc. I always use Phillips for some reason they always work. They cost more but are worth it, althogh i will have to try Verbatim, they are cheaper and a lot of people are using them.
    But i got a buy one get one free sale at Office Depot on a 50 pack of Phillips. it was $50 for 100 discs so it will be a while until i need more.
     

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