Hi, I wasn't really sure where to post this but, I have figured it will be most appropriate to post this question in this section of the forum, so please pardon me if you don't find this topic relevant. About a year ago, my brother was working off overseas in south korea in the us army and he came back to the states with a ps two that was modded. He brought couple of burnt games and they all seemed to work. So when he had to leave again, he left this ps2 with me and I haven't been using it much at all till recently. But recently my friend wanted to borrow couple of my ps2 games and in case something happens to the originals, I wanted to create a working back up of my games before I lent him anything. Now, the question I have is if there is any specific process of burning games for different kinds of modchips. I also read that not all games are compatible with the older modchips so I wanted to know what would be the way to get around that. And if there are discrepencies with modchips, how would I be able to identify the modchip and the version of playtstation I have? Oh the reason for the latter question is because I am having problems playing any normal dvd movies on this ps2. I don't usually collect movies, so I haven't been able to notice it until now, but this modded ps2 can play my brother's backed up games that he had bought from korea as well as any original ps2 games, but it can not play original dvd movies (i haven't tested out any burnt dvd movies or foreign dvd titles). Lastly, if older mod chips create problems, would it be wiser to just buy a new modchip and remod the ps2? I know I'm bombarding you guys with alot of questions, but I would greatly appreciate anyone who can answer these questions. I also tried searching but ended up without any clear answers, so pardon me if I have overlooked any of the older posts.