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how can i backup madden 2004 on a cd-r

Discussion in 'PS2' started by stebo, Oct 6, 2003.

  1. stebo

    stebo Member

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    i have just backed up madden 2004 and want to put it onto 2 cds so i can play it on my ps2 (with messiah chip). I have tried burning both .iso files onto seperate cd-rs but they wont work when i put them in the machine. am i missing something really stupid here (eg ea patch) or is it just not possible to backup games like this
     
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    sly_61019 Senior member

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    you can't split a game onto 2 cds and still play it.
     
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    you can. ive done it with wipeout fusion and that works fine
     
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    EA games are a pain in the rear.

    Your better off buying EA games. And not backing them up, considering thier more fun online, and you can't play them online if they are copied.
     
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    what game was it stebo?
     
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    which game you refering to? wipeout fusion or madden 2004? wipeout worked fine on 2 discs. i also just tried downloading it from the internet, but i dont know how to burn the iso file onto cd with the software ive got (nero and clonecd)
     
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    lol, i thought wipeout fusion was the name of the program you used.
     

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