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problem with dvd backups

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by mickeva, Nov 12, 2004.

  1. mickeva

    mickeva Member

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    I cant get a dvd backup to work on my ps2 I got a messiah chip and everytime ive tried to do a backup the burn process turn's out fine, but the game won't start, it just try's to load but nothing happens. I use dvd decrypter to backup. anybody got an idé what the problem could be?
     
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    I can think of a couple of things that might be the problem.

    1)You are using low quality media.
    2)You are using dvd+r discs and you have an early version ps2. If you have an early version ps2, use dvd-r discs.
    3)You are burning at too high of speed. 1X is preferred.
    4)Something is wrong with your chip.
     
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    yes I got a early version ps2, but i think that my dvd burner only can burn + records, or am I just stupid?! =)
     
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    What burner do you have?

    You can check using dvd decrypter. Just select Mode-->ISO-->Write. Look under destination. Just copy the name of the burner and do a google search for it. You should be able to find out if it supports writing to dvd-r media.
     
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    I got a HP dvd writer j it only write's + I gonna have to try to make a backup with a friends computer to see if a -dvd is going to work,

    thanks for the answers!
     

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