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How to get a edited ps1 game to work??

Discussion in 'PS2 - CD backup discussion' started by hardstyle, Aug 30, 2004.

  1. hardstyle

    hardstyle Member

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    Well, this is my problem. I've bought the Final fantasy 9 ntsc version. It all play's perfectly on my ps2.
    But i'm From europe and have a PAL ps2. Now the game play's well but only the movies are also in ntsc format. And when my ps2 play's the movies the sound is really bad. So I've also downloaden a final fantasy 9 pal german version and with this version the movies play's perfectly.

    But i don't understand german :(

    So i want to copy the .STR files of my pal german version to my ntsc english version. And after that use a ntsc to pal utility to make the game fully pal. (info: the ntsc to pal utility's dont make the STR files pal. That's why i need to copy them from my pal german version)

    So now my problem. I use the program ultraISO. When i edit my ff9 image file, and after that save it again the image lost some boot data i think and when i burn it, it won't boot in my ps2. Even if I just open my ff9 image and don't touch anything at all and after that save it again and burn again it will still don't boot.

    So is there any way to edit my ff9 image and after that make it booteble in my ps2?????

    Thanks allready
     
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    There is no such thing as a "PAL PS2." It's your TV that can only interpret PAL signals. The best solution to me would be to get a cheap TV that can handle PAL and NTSC input.
     
  3. hardstyle

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    Your sure of that???
    I've tested every tv in the house. It's about 5 tv's
    It al don't work.

    But please understand right. I don't need to patch my ntsc version or enything else to let it play correctly in my ps2. So doesn't that means that my tv CAN handle ntsc also. It's only the movies that has a bad sound.

    I don't wan't to buy a new TV. That's really out of the question because I know there's a possibility to edit ps1 games. And i also don't know where to find one.

    Can you or somebody else please help me??
     

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