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My burned PSX game takes up only 3/4 of the screen. Please Help

Discussion in 'PS2' started by psxfff123, May 31, 2007.

  1. psxfff123

    psxfff123 Member

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    I downloaded a game last night, .bin and .cue, and I burned it with alcohol 120%. I did this successfully on metal slug x. But this game plays fine and everything, just the screen seems to be shifted down about 1/4 and I'm missing the bottom of the game. What caused this and is there any way I can fix it? Thanks
     
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    how are you loading them? If it is Swap Magic i doubt you can fix it unless you are possibly loading a NTSC game in PAL mode or the reverse. Some better modchips have special settings for PSX games to fix the color and screen like the DMS4 Pro for example.
     
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    I just pop in a regular psx game (black disc) load it in the browser menu. then slide the tray open with the slide tool. Switch cd's and load the playstation game. This works for 3 games I have, but I got Breath of fire 4 and burned it the same way I did the others, and it plays fine, just the screen position is shifted down. The bottom is cut off and has a black space at the top where the screen should be.
     
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    yea this is natural 2 ps2 games i have loads like it but after u play it for a while it doesnt seem 2 bother you but apparently they is awys round it but u have 2 rebuild the file u got back 2 a iso like a rebuild offcourse :) hope this helps
     

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