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Discussion in 'PS2' started by mconly, Nov 20, 2003.

  1. mconly

    mconly Member

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    1. can i burn a ps2 game that has a blue/purple bottom on a DVD-R? i know most people would use a CD-R because it's cheaper, but i don't have the swap magic CD 2.0....is this possible?

    2. if my game loads up using swap disks/slide card and has a green border for a second, and then turns blue and proceeds to load, should i assume that this game is always going to work?

    3. if i get the latest and greatest CD loader, can i use that on every game that needs a CD loader, or do i need a different version for different games?

    4. is there anyway to burn a CD loader onto a DVD instead of a CD-R?


    THANKS!!!!
     
  2. billz

    billz Active member

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    1.You should get cd swap disk it will save you a lot of time a frustion.dvd need a certain toc to be reconized as a dvd game so unless you do a multigame on a dvd no you can't

    2.presumebly yes

    3.depends what version ps2 you have the one for v1-v6 seems to work with everything you throw at it V7+ you'll have to update occasionaly

    4.See 1
     
  3. G-4CE

    G-4CE Regular member

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    personally i dont thinks its worth the hassle copying a dvd-rom based game onto a cd-r _X_X_X_X_X_[small]ricoh mp5125a
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  4. mconly

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    awesome....i'm waiting for a CD swap disk right now, it's fine to just save the images on my CPU and then burn them later, right?
     

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