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How to use swap discs

Discussion in 'PS2 - Software boot discussion' started by will2k92, Jan 3, 2005.

  1. will2k92

    will2k92 Member

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    Hi everyone, i know im a noob but i bought a magic swap disc and slide card and today in the mail i received the slide card and should be receiving the disc very shortly.

    Now my question is how exactly do you use the swap disc and slide card? Where does the slide card go exactly?

    Ive already backed up all my games using decrypter and am just excited to receive the swap disc so i may try it out.

    Thankyou
     
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    You remove the faceplate on the disc drive then you hook the white gear that opens and closes the disc drive. First you put in the swap disc then when it says to insert disc you pull the drive out with the slide card. You may want to buy a filp top they are easyer to use. hope this helps :)
     
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    Hi I just got a pioneer burner and I want to burn PS2 games but I don't know how to burn them please help me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  4. will2k92

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    Thanks for that and yes you did help.

    I should receive instructions when my swap disc arrives but wanted to know just incase :)

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    To burn games spike808 you need DVD Decrypter, its posted all over this forum and can easily be searched for and downloaded for free.

    You put the cd in the drive, select ISO Read then once thats complete, eject the original cd, place some sort of media in your burner i.e DVD-R and click ISO write and your done.

    I always burn at the highest speed but apparently that can cause errors so its recommended you burn at the slowest speed, perhaps do a verify after write also.

     
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