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How to i burn a game (i have modchip already)

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by brpimp85, Jan 20, 2007.

  1. brpimp85

    brpimp85 Member

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    I Just downloaded this game and im trying to put on a dvd to play on my ps2. the game that i download is all on winrar archive. i have the DVD Decrypter already. anybody can help me with that. i aprecciate the help.
     
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    Extract the first file in the sequence. Burn the resulting image file using DVD Decrypter (Mode->ISO->Write).
     
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    So all im goin to burn to the dvd is the single ISO file that i have?
     
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    Yes. When the files have been extracted (uncompressed), a CD/DVD image file will be produced. The CD/DVD 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. Some common disk image formats include: .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.
     
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    Nephilim Moderator Staff Member

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    brpimp85,

    In the future we don't want or need to know that your ISO is downloaded. Just say that you have "such and such" ISO and we're all good to go ;)
     
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