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Discussion in 'PS2' started by joek71, Jan 18, 2003.

  1. joek71

    joek71 Guest

    Hello Guys,

    I am new to this place, Please help, I am trying to back up one of my PS2 games 'Gran Theft Auto' it has a Over Burn, how do I copy using ClonCd, what are the setting that I use in CloneCD? It uses a DVD Rom format that what it says in the back of the game.

    Please Help out,Thanks in advance.
    Joe
     
  2. bluebus

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    Are you trying to copy it to a cd? I don't think you can copy dvd's with clonecd. You will need different software and of course a dvd burner. There are ways of ripping it to cd but that's a whole different subject.
     
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    Bluebus is correct, CloneCD cannot do DVD's (yet). You would have to ripp it.
     
  4. joek71

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    what if it is not a DVD format, and it has a OverBurn then how do I copy it? and how can I rip it if it is a DVD?

    Thanks in advance
     
  5. Oner

    Oner Moderator Staff Member

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    What is the size of the CD-R that you are using. If you use 80 minute, 700 meg discs you should have no problems.
     
  6. joek71

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    What if there is a over burn on a CD-R cd? How do I go around it. What I am saying is there a site where it shows how to over come any lock that there is out there?

    Thanks,
    Joe
     
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    If a CD-R is overburned you can just burn it to another CD-R of the same size. Example:

    1) put the CD-R in your PC
    2) open up "My Computer" (if you use Windowz)
    3) right click the drive with the CD-R
    4) select properties
    5) look for the capacity of the disc

    Once you have that then you will know what size CD-R you will have to buy in order to make it fit (unless its overburned on a 650 meg disc, then you can use another 650 meg or higher capacity disc). Before I go on, do what I said above, then I can tell you exactly what is wrong and how to fix it. Or just buy a 99 minute CD-R and then copy it (if your hardware supports Overburning **very imprtant**)
     

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