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I'm New.......Please Help!!

Discussion in 'PS2' started by GamersMan, Aug 14, 2003.

  1. GamersMan

    GamersMan Guest

    Ok im New at this and i want to start off by burning/copying this game called star wars racer revenge.

    But in any case is it possiable to use Roxie Easy CD Creator 5??

    If so please someone help me by guiding me through, if not what do i need besides useing an dvd thingy. _X_X_X_X_X_[small]Lil-B thats Me!![/small]
     
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  2. GamersMan

    GamersMan Guest

    ok i've learned how to burn the game onto an cd-r but i dont think im doing it at the right speed. In the d drive i set the speed to 1x and the e drive to 16x, before that i set the d drive for max and the e drive for max but they dont work im using alcohol 120%, but i have Nero and i dont now how to use it! Im using well tryin to use gameshark 2 v2 for the swap but i freezes and doesent work i just want to burn a game and play it someone please help.
     
  3. Wizkid

    Wizkid Active member

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    PS1/PS2 CD backup tutorials


    Using CloneCD (v4.x.xx) for PS1/PS2

    1. Start CloneCD
    2. Select "Copy CD"
    3. Select your Reader, press Next
    4. Select "Game CD", press Next
    5. Select/Deselect your options here (on the fly, cue or delete) then press Next
    6. Select your Writer, press Next
    7. Select your burn speed and "Game CD"
    8. Press "OK" to begin


    Using Alcohol 120% for PS1/PS2

    1. Start Alcohol 120%
    2. Select “Copy Wizard”
    3. Select your Reader & Read Speed
    4. Select or Deselect “Copy current disc on the fly”
    5. For Data type select which console PS1 or PS2, press Next
    6. Select your Image location and Name for it, press Next
    7. Select you Writer, Write Speed and anything else you feel you might need
    8. Make sure the Data type selected is the same you chose above
    9. Press Start to begin


    PS2 DVD backup tutorials


    Using Prassi (RecordNow Max is very similar, so this should be sufficient)

    1. Start Primo
    2. Select "go to full application"
    3. Right Click the drive that has your original in it
    4. Select "build global image" and choose a path for the image (preferably on an NTFS opsys)
    5. After the image is extracted go to next step
    6. Choose the 3rd disc icon from the left *or* click file, new job, Global/Other Image
    7. Then just burn the .gi (global image) of the game


    This next way has one less step which saves some time because once you press record it does everything by itself (if you have a DVD reader and DVD Writer)

    1. Start Primo
    2. Use the "PrimoDVD Starter" (it's easier, and less confusing)
    3. Choose "disc copy"
    4. Select your Reader and Also your Writer
    5. Select "make a temp image on HD..."
    6. Select your burn speed and then record to begin


    Using Nero

    1. Start Nero, Use the Wizard (for easy use)
    2. Select "DVD" then select Next
    3. Select "Copy a DVD" then select Next
    4. Select your source drive
    5. Select or Deselect "copy on the fly" then click next
    6. Select your write speed
    7. Select either "Test", "Test and Burn" or "Burn"
    8. Press "Burn" to begin

    This next way is without the Wizard

    1. Start Nero, and select "File" then "New..."
    2. On upper left side of the window from the drop down menu select "DVD"
    3. Select "DVD Copy" Icon
    4. Select "Copy options" tab
    5. Select or Deselect "copy on the fly"
    6. Select source drive and read speed
    7. If needed Select "Image" tab to choose image directory and select/deselect "delete image..."
    8. Select "Burn" tab and choose your settings
    9. Press "Copy" to begin


    Using Alcohol 120%

    1. Start Alcohol 120%
    2. Select “Copy Wizard”
    3. Select your Reader
    4. For “Separate Image file every:” choose “Never Separate”
    5. Select or Deselect “Copy current disc on the fly”, press Next
    6. Select your Image location and Name for it, press Next
    7. Select your Writer, Write Speed and anything else you feel you might need
    8. Select or Deselect “Delete image file after recording”
    9. Press Start to begin


    Using DVD Decrypter

    1. Start DVD Decrypter
    2. Select Mode, go down to ISO Read
    3. Select your Reader & Destination
    4. “Decrypt” the ISO Image to the Hard Drive
    5. Wait for the ISO Image to be made
    6. Select Mode, go down to ISO Write
    7. Select the ISO Image file you made, click “Open”
    8. Select your Burner, Write speed & Burn the ISO
     
  4. GamersMan

    GamersMan Guest

    ok what speed do i need to burn them for both cd's like the game cd and the blank cd, also after i have burned/copyed them, how do i play it in the PS2, is there any steps or do i just pop it in?
     
  5. Hanedrick

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    You should burn the games at the slowest speed possible. Also after you burn them in order to play them you will have to make some sort of modification to your ps2 like a modchip or a fliptop cover. You should also remove your e-mail address from the first post you maid or else you will start getting a bunch of spam._X_X_X_X_X_[small]You are probably wondering how I came up with the name Hanedrick. Well... the name Hanedrick is a very distorted version of my sisters name and I call her that whenever I want to get on her nerves which is like 24/7.
    Version 5 ps2.
    Fliptop Cover/smd[/small]
     
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  6. GamersMan

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    Do you know any real good reliable web sites where I can purchace both of these items so I can take my pick?_X_X_X_X_X_[small]Lil-B thats Me!![/small]
     
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  8. GamersMan

    GamersMan Guest

    Does anyone know where i can get a flip top cover with the swap disc from a lugit and well werth web site?
     

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