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how do you burn a downloaded ps2 game

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by Rajj, Jul 1, 2007.

  1. Rajj

    Rajj Regular member

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    how can you burn a ps2 game, is it the same way burning a movie?
     
  2. Rajj

    Rajj Regular member

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    what formate can i burn the movie under if i am using nero
     
  3. Rajj

    Rajj Regular member

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    i meant to say "game" instead of movie lol
     
  4. OmriSama

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    It is an ISO file right?

    Install DVD Decrypter
    Open DVD Decrypter
    Press W on your Keyboard
    Choose the ISO
    burn it at 1x to a DVD-R or CD according to the game

    Make sure you use good media!
    And that your PS2 is modded!
     
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    what is the best version of that program
     
  6. Rajj

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    yo omari sama what did you mean by choose the iso??
     
  7. orthogonl

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    Games are typically released in .ISO format. A .ISO image is an exact digital replica of a CD/DVD, whereby all of the data is stored in one file to completely preserve the data structure and integrity of the CD/DVD. The disk image contains a complete bit-for-bit record of the contents of a disk, including any applicable file system structures. Some common disk image formats include: .ISO, .BIN/.CUE, .IMG, .NRG, .MDF/.MDS, .CCD, and .IMG. These disk images can be burned using software such as Nero, Alcohol 120%, DVD Decrypter, and ImgBurn. See the sticky threads at the top of the PS2 DVD Backup forum if you need help in using these programs.

    In other words, games are typically released as an .ISO file (also called disk images) which is essentially all the physical data of the game disc contained within a single file. All you need to do is burn this image to a disc. So when Omrisama says 'Choose the ISO', all he is saying is browse to the location of the ISO file on your hard drive and select it for burning.

    The latest version of DVD Decrypter is v3.5.4.0 (though it is no longer actively developed). The developed has gone on to make a similar piece of software called ImgBurn. Both are available for download for free. Performing a simple Google search will yield places to download it from.

    Burning PS2 DVD Images w/ Nero Burning ROM (http://www.nero.com)

    1) Insert quality DVD media into your drive
    2) Open Nero Burning ROM
    3) Close the New Compilation window
    4) Go to Recorder->Burn Image
    5) Browse to your image file
    6) Make sure Simulation and Determine max speed boxes are unchecked
    7) Check Write and Finalize Disc boxes
    8) Set Write Speed to 4x or lower
    9) Click Burn

    Burning PS2 DVD Images w/ DVD Decrypter (http://www.dvddecrypter.org.uk)
    1. Insert quality blank DVD into drive
    2. Open DVD Decrypter
    3. Mode->ISO->Write
    4. Browse to image file
    5. Set Write Speed to 4x OR half the speed of the disc (16x -> 8x)
    6. Click on Hard Drive->DVD picture to begin burning
     
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  8. Rajj

    Rajj Regular member

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    If i download a game that is a iso would it have everything including such as, the picture and the beginng loading of the game,
    and what steps would i have to go threw burning this game, if i was using dvd decrypter??

    because im a little confused about the picture and where to get it from.
     
  9. Rajj

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    another thing,
    how many steps do i have to go threw if i have a iso file to burn, do i need to burn a pic also or is everything included in the iso file.

    I heard sometimes iso files are compressed automatically and all you have to do is burn it straight to a dvd.
     
  10. Rajj

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    Does an iso file have the entire game becuz itz confusing when it says image file??

    can someone answer my 3 questions i posted up???
     
  11. curiousto

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    I have tried both nero and dvd decrypter and when i put the dvd-r into my PS2 it wont work, it says please insert PS2 CD.
     
  12. Auslander

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    your ps2 probably isn't modded.
     
  13. curiousto

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    how do you know if it is modded or not?
    and how do you mod the PS2, I read so many articles and I dont want to open the system and messe it up
     
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    if your ps2 is still stock, it's unmodded. you need a mod of some form to play backups, either swap discs or a mod chip.


    this has all been explained (no exaggeration) hundreds of times. you really to search and read instead of helping to clog the forums. i do believe there's even threads stickied on ths here in the ps2 forums.
     
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    I did use DVD+R, will that make a differnce if using DVD-R?
     
  16. smirker

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    Hello im a new member and was wondering i someone could give me advice on how to copy a PS2 video game. i succesully copied all files but when i tested the disc my system required a PS2 format disc
     
  17. Auslander

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    curiosto: as long as you're using Verbatim or Taiyo Yuden media, it doesn't matter.

    smirker: i suggest you read what i've already reminded people in this very thread--your ps2 requires some kind of mod to play copied games.
     
  18. curiousto

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    I used GQ DVD+R
     
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    never heard of gq. what's the media code you scanned off it?
     
  20. curiousto

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    i dont know the media code, but the brand is GQ= Great quality dvd+r 4.7GB 16x
     

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