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Problems with Infiniti 8x DVD-R

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by andrewrey, Dec 9, 2004.

  1. andrewrey

    andrewrey Member

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    I'm burning ISOs created by myself onto these CDs, but they have a 4-8x limit. Anyway, they work when I use the swipe-card and Swap Magic 3.3 way with my PS2, except they're very jerky, and usually result in frozen frames. Very similar to when you have a PS2 DVD with a scratched surface.

    I'm just wondering whether this is because of my PS2 being unable to read them, the fact that they're being burnt too quickly (meaning I'll just buy 1-4x DVDs), or whether its the DVD make I'm using.

    Hope you can help me, thanks in advance.
     
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    ozzy1 Regular member

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    It might be the that you need 4x speed discs or it could be the game is it a new game made by EA
     
  3. andrewrey

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    It's not just EA games.
    The following games I purchased on NTSC and it does it with (Can't play them on my PAL PS2)
    - Star Ocean 3
    - LOTR: The Third Age (EA)
    - Shadow Hearts 2: Covenant

    Using DVD+-RW LiteOn SOHW-1633S if thats any help too.
     
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    Must be the discs then get a good brand 4x dvd-r eg Ritek or Verbatim.
     
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    Ok thanks alot ozzy1.

    I've ordered 10 4xVerbatim SlimCase DVDs

    Just to check, are these capable of 1x burning? Or do they only do 4x minimum? Thx.
     
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    Are they dvd-r or dvd+r
     
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    Oops, sorry, DVD-R
     
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    ozzy1 Regular member

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    yep they will burn at 1x, 2x and 4x
     
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    Thanks 'very' much ozzy1 :)
     

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