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Question about High Quality DVDs

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by warcueid, Mar 2, 2007.

  1. warcueid

    warcueid Guest

    Hi guys!!
    I have question about dvd medias...
    A friend of mine plays his games with swap magic 3.6 dvd with very kind of medias... I tried to use "memorex dvd-r" and "Pleomax dvd-r" and shows up 'not a valid ps2 disc' In my friend's ps2 works...

    I have swap magic 3.6 dvd and my ps2 his 'SCPH - 50004'

    HELP PLZ!
     
  2. steimy

    steimy Active member

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    neither of those are very good DVD's
    try some Verbatim 8X DVD-R and burn them at 4X with DVD Decrypter.

    Memorex are just bad for games. use this as a guide.
    http://www.teammodders.com/dvdmedia/
     
  3. LiquidusX

    LiquidusX Regular member

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    you are way behind the times steimy.




    dude use taiyo yudens tyg02 at 8x with imgburn 2.2.0.0
     
  4. warcueid

    warcueid Guest

    Verbatim isn't good????
    I don't know if here in Portugal sell tayo yuden dvds =//
     
  5. GajovelhO

    GajovelhO Member

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    Its hard to find those dvds in portugal.
    Get verbatim/ridisc/sony.
    Besides in a slim ps2 youl hardly notice the diference between taiyo yuden and the other good brands.
     
  6. dazila

    dazila Regular member

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    Any discs that work are good enough but you ae having trouble finding somel here are some that work:
    Daxon Media
    Princo
    Ritek
    Philips
    Verbatim
    Taiyo Yuden
    Sony
    Ive tested all fo them all of them work Princo is said to be crap but I have used them in my V3 ps2 since 2002 and havent needed to change the laser once so Ive come to a point its not the discs its the combination of Discs and burner search your burner see what people say about compatibility buy the nedia that is said to work and it will more then likely work in your Ps2.
    Memorex sucks no matter what so does Imation.
     
  7. GajovelhO

    GajovelhO Member

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    I didnt find the best media for my burner.
    Anyone knows the best for a philips 1648 p1 ?
     
  8. warcueid

    warcueid Guest

    my question is, the PS2 reads kinds of different medias?? several ps2 read some medias that others not??

    My problem is that =(

    Help...

    MEMOREX AND PLEOMAX didn't work!!
     
  9. CLIPS3

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    i also use memorex dvd+r and it works good no skipoing or shuttering at all, i think u need to clean up ur laser lense, that what i did. try to clean up ur laser lens
     
  10. warcueid

    warcueid Guest

    CLIPS3 i think maybe you be right, cause i have my ps2 since year 2002 and never cleaned ps2 from inside..so i don't how to clean it?

    How do i clean?? there's a way to open and clean without break it???


    cumps ;)
     
  11. CLIPS3

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    there's a thread in this forum how to pen it, but i dont bother to read it, so just watch this videos its easy and simple, it show you how to open it and stuff.

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=Jhof6WtePyM
     
  12. warcueid

    warcueid Guest

    Thanks might =D

    One more thing...

    Can I play Melty Blood:Act cadenza on my scph - 50004 pS2??
    I have swap magic discs and slide card!

    I really want play this..someone help me!
     

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