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problem playing backed up game on messiah chipped ps2

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by aereal, Nov 11, 2004.

  1. aereal

    aereal Member

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    hi, i have a problem i desperatly would like to see fixed. i have a messiah chipped ps2. i downloaded some games from the internet (games i already had of course) and copied them on a DVD+R but they wont play on my ps2. i am using nero6 with no special settings. the game file downloaded contains all the info from a normal game (it looks like as if i put the original game in my pc, with all the files, etc). i tryed looking up my problem on the forums but with no real succes. if anyone could help me with this it would be greatly appreciated.
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    It could be that you are using bad media, burned at too high of speed, or have an early version of ps2. Only PS2 versions 4 or higher will read dvd+r.

    If you already own the game, wouldn't it be easier and less time consuming just to Mode-->ISO-->Read, Mode-->ISO-->Write using DVD Decrypter?
     
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    well i am using a 4x speed philips dvd+r and my playstation is quite recent so i think it should work (it plays fake games i've tryed it before). and i dont think i have bad media cause i got it from a reliable source so i dont think that is it either. but usually do u need to do any special things, maybe some special settings with nero or whatever.
    thanx
     
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    i ve tryed the dvd decrypter, but no deuce. so if anyone knows anything or can lead me in the right direction it would be great, thanx.
     

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