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Problems with burning an ISO.

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by cyakiudon, Jun 10, 2007.

  1. cyakiudon

    cyakiudon Member

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    Hello everyone.

    I have with me a modded PS2, and I am trying to burn Guitarfreaks and Drummania V2 onto a DVD to play it.

    1. I have a modded PS2.
    2. I am using DVD Decrypter to burn it (writing an ISO)
    3. I have the ISO file
    4. I am using DVDs.

    The problem here is whenever I burn it, everything goes well, and then I pop it into the PS2, and it doesn't load. I have tried this with several CDs, such as Verbatim, and Sony. Note that these were DVD-RWs. Both do not work and it just says it can't read the disc.

    Help please?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. OmriSama

    OmriSama Regular member

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    Never use DVD-RWs for burning games. They just screw up your lens as i heard. Use DVD-R.
    And make sure you use quallity media. And what chip do you have?
     
  3. cyakiudon

    cyakiudon Member

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    I actually have no idea :( cause I didn't actually get it modded myself.

    I'm sure it's modded though, because Guitarfreaks V runs perfectly on it, and the disc is just plain white with the title, which clearly shows it isn't a real game.
     
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    Get a program like DVD Decrypter and it can tell you what kind of disc it is.
     
  5. schweet

    schweet Guest

    Yeah DVD-RW rarely works, even if you've got other games to work with them it doesn't mean all games will work with them (I hit that snag when too when I first started out).

    Get yourself some DVD-R and see if that works.
     

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