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prince or persia 2 running very slow

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by lodwales, Mar 21, 2005.

  1. lodwales

    lodwales Member

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    hey people i was just after some help on a back up of prince of persia 2, it takes about 15-20 minutes to load up and play the video scene, any ideas , i have tried using cogloadswag with my magic swap 3.3 but makes no difference, please any help or ideas


     
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    need more info to help you.
    what version (V7 ect...) PS2 is it?
    What type of media (brand name, -R or +R, what speed)
    I have a backup of that game that i made on
    Phillips DVD-R 8X disc and it works just fine.
    What program did you use to burn it and at what speed did you burn it.
    Most common slow gameplay and bad audio and that sort of thing is usually because of burning it at too high a speed, bad media, or using +R when your PS2 reads -R better and the opposite.
     
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    ps2 scph-50003 version 9 i think


    media is tuff disk
    grade a
    8x


     
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    ps2 scph-50003 version 9 i think


    media is tuff disk
    grade a
    8x dvd-r


     
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    well everything there sounds good, i have never heard of Tuff Disc's though. But the 8X and -R should be what you need. Use DVD Decrypter and try to do another back up. They have a new version out now 3.5.4.0 at the DVD Decrypter home page. May even want to try some other media like Ritec, Phillips, or TDK
     

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