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Rebiuld?

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by thor2257, Apr 27, 2005.

  1. thor2257

    thor2257 Member

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    How do you rebiuld an ISO, i tried that Nero trick and they put them in another order. It saids somewhere in this fourm that it doesnt matter it will burn in the order you copythem in to nero, but nothing happened when i put the disc in my PS2.
     
  2. steimy

    steimy Active member

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    Step 1.
    Decrypt the ps2 game to your hard drive using dvd decryptor.

    Step 2.
    Open up Isobuster and load in the image file.

    Step 3.
    Hold shift and highlight all the game files and put them in a folder.

    Step 4.
    Open up Nero burning rom and create a new UDF/ISO dvd (It's the last one in the list). DRAG & DROP all the game files into Nero in the same order as it is listed in Isobuster ONE BY ONE. Just keep Isobuster open as a reference when you do this. Nero will change the order of the files graphically, however they burn in the order that you dropped them in.

    Step 5.
    Name the image and burn it at 4x.

    Step 6.
    Presto, you've rebuilt and burned a PS2 game. Play it.
     
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  3. berty642

    berty642 Regular member

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    HI
    I have rebuilt an iso of Shadow of Rome using the method stated on these forums, but instead of ripping the image to hard drive with dvd decryptor i used isobuster to do this, does this matter? the game plays fine, also to save on coasters which i got the first time i copied the game and tried to play with Swap Magic 3 can i make the dummie file smaller on all games (that have them) or will this affect the way the game plays?
    Any advice greatly appreciated
     
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    hursty Active member

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    if the image has dummy files,replace it,it contains nothing that will affect the game
     
  5. steimy

    steimy Active member

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    yes replace the dummy file.
    open up notepad and press the space bar once.
    Then do a "save as" browse and click on the dummy file in the game folder
    when it asks if you want to replace the current file answer yes.
    now create a new ISO and burn it.
     

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