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How to burn downloaded ps2 games?

Discussion in 'PS2 - Hardware boot discussion' started by rizza55, Jul 7, 2007.

  1. rizza55

    rizza55 Member

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    First off i would like to say that i am sorry if their has been a post such as this one before, but i searched and couldn't find one. They all talk about burning an original ps2 dvd. Let me try to explain this the best way possible. You see, when i download a ps2 game through azureus i get a whole bunch of rar files so i extract them to form an iso. So i burn the iso with nero. After it is done i use magic swap in an attempt to load the iso but it says that it is an invalid ps2 disc. What i am doing wrong?

    PS; Again i am sorry if there has been a post like already.
     
  2. OmriSama

    OmriSama Regular member

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    Are you swapping the discs? are you using the correct Swap Magic disc (DVD or CD) are you using good media? did you burn a PS2 game (NOT A PS1 GAME?) did you burn it to the correct media? (not burn a CD game to a DVD?)
     
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    I'm using magic swap 3.3 disc, fujifilm dvd-r(may be bad media), and dvd ps2 game i suppose; call of duty 3
     
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    sly_61019 Senior member

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    Are you able to load other backup discs?
     
    Last edited: Jul 12, 2007
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    rdn98 Regular member

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    more importantly, did you burn it as dvd-rom in nero with that specific booktype?
     

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